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Images from Standing Rock

Images from Standing Rock

George Alexander (Muscogee Creek), paints with a youth at the Sacred Stone Camp | Images by Jaida Grey Eagle Lakota photographer Jaida Grey Eagle shares her experience with art and activism from the protector camps near Standing Rock. The Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, where Grey Eagle i...
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PHOTOS: 2014 PEOPLE’S CLIMATE CHANGE MARCH IN NEW YORK

PHOTOS: 2014 PEOPLE’S CLIMATE CHANGE MARCH IN NEW YORK

Photo: ©2014 Ryan RedCorn/GCG Media Team In the last week, New York City has seen a flurry of Indigenous climate activism for the United Nations Climate Summit, and for the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples. The Summit began with the People’s Climate March on September 21, 2014 where hundreds of th...
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RAGE AND DISTURBING IMAGES

RAGE AND DISTURBING IMAGES

Non-Indigenous history is an invention of dominant society, written to exclude Indigenous values and view while claiming to be an objective and accurate portrayal of the chronology of events, when in reality it is a tool of domination. But what a strange phenomenon that the very strange phenomenon of th...
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LEE MARACLE ON HER EXCHANGE WITH THE CHHARA

LEE MARACLE ON HER EXCHANGE WITH THE CHHARA

The trip Lee writes about in the following journal was an International cultural exchange funded through the Canada Council for the Arts that took place in December 2012. The Canadian Indigenous participants came together for this project through common interests in developing international Indigenous a...
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WHAT WE ARE MADE OF

WHAT WE ARE MADE OF

My son and I were working on a stop-motion animation that involved drawings etched in flour.  We took a closer look, to really consider the items that we are so quick to put in our bodies on our bodies. My son and I were working on a stop-motion animation that involved drawings etched in flour. ...
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NO MORE SILENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA

NO MORE SILENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA

Glimpses into Neoliberal Apartheid in the Cape. Thanks to the work of Shirley Walters of the University of the Western Cape (UWC), Carol Lynne D’Arcangelis and I were invited to participate in a UWC colloquium on feminist popular education in Cape Town, South Africa on Oct 8th, 2012. We presented on the...
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