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burymyart:

Demian Diné Yazhi’ (Diné) & Thomas Greyeyes (Diné),Untitled (Wheatpaste Collaboration), 2013(Dimensions: approx. 48” x 72”)In conjunction with the exhibition BURY MY ART AT WOUNDED KNEE: Blood & Guts in the Art School Industrial Complex, 2013-2014.For more information on BURY MY ART AT WOUNDED KNEE & R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment:http://burymyart.tumblr.comhttp://facebook.com/RISEindigenous______________________________________.


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burymyart:

Demian Diné Yazhi’ (Diné) & Thomas Greyeyes (Diné),
Untitled (Wheatpaste Collaboration), 2013

(Dimensions: approx. 48” x 72”)



In conjunction with the exhibition BURY MY ART AT WOUNDED KNEE: Blood & Guts in the Art School Industrial Complex, 2013-2014.

For more information on BURY MY ART AT WOUNDED KNEE & R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment:

http://burymyart.tumblr.com
http://facebook.com/RISEindigenous
______________________________________.

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princessnijireiki:

In this Native-directed, -produced, and -starring movie, three contemporary, urban, indigenous sisters, Vickie (Valerie Red-Horse), Karen (Kimberly Norris Guerrero), and Tanya (Irene Bedard), face an uphill battle when they open their own business selling homegrown cosmetics under the name “Naturally Native,” encountering racist, patronizing attitudes along the way. Functioning as (director, writer, and actor) Red-Horse’s commentary on her fight with the movie industry to get Native-centered films, including her own, made, Naturally Native is the first film by, about, and fully financed by Native Americans, with all production monies being supplied by the Mashantucket Pequot Nation.