A Houma Indian’s Heroic Act that Saved Multiple Soldiers During the Vietnam War

Houma, LA – Roy A. Duthu is a Veteran, a big brother, a role model, and a hero. During the Vietnam War from 1955-75, at 21 years old, Roy Duthu was drafted. Although this was unexpected, Roy loved this country and risked his life to save his fellow soldiers with a selfless act. To this … Read more A Houma Indian’s Heroic Act that Saved Multiple Soldiers During the Vietnam War

A Family’s Fight for Legacy During and After World War II

Houma, LA – A Houma Indian named Antoine Francis fought for our country in World War II alongside many other Native veterans who were proud to serve. His story certainly did not end there. His sister Corine Francis Paulk still continues to give recognition to her brother by sharing the many stories that her mother … Read more A Family’s Fight for Legacy During and After World War II

Investing in Tribal Artists Apprenticeship

  Are you looking to learn more from the tribe’s culture bearers? Are you interested in learning how to create works of art that contribute to our heritage? The United Houma Nation is pleased to announce our participation in the National Performance Network’s first cohort of Southern Artists for Social Change. This project focuses on … Read more Investing in Tribal Artists Apprenticeship

The United Houma Nation’s “Investing in Tribal Artist” Project

Houma, LA – The United Houma Nation is pleased to announce our participation in the National Performance Network’s first cohort of Southern Artists for Social Change. This project focuses on artists and culture bearers of color engaging in social change in Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Part of the Surdna Foundation’s Radical Imagination for Racial Justice … Read more The United Houma Nation’s “Investing in Tribal Artist” Project

United Houma Nation Partners up with Nicholl’s Senior-Run Magazine Garde Voir Ci

Houma, LA– The United Houma Nation has partnered up with the Nicholls State University’s Mass Communication Department senior-run magazine Garde Voir Ci for their “Lost Bayou Series.” The term Garde Voir Ci is a Cajun phrase that means “look at this.” This project is helping collect, digitize, and tell the stories of the tribal citizens … Read more United Houma Nation Partners up with Nicholl’s Senior-Run Magazine Garde Voir Ci