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Still Native Land: Understanding the Movement at Standing Rock

The land being protected at Standing Rock Sioux holds the resting bones of the Sioux, Hidatsa, Mandan, Lakota, Nakota and Dakota people. Wherever our

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We Are Not Protestors, We Are Protectors: Peace, Prayer, Love and War at Standing Rock Sioux

Last week Project 562 arrived at the ancestral territory of the Hunkpapa Oceti, also known as the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota.

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Miss Indian Nations Eloquently Helps Us to Understand the Meaning of the Dance

Miss Indian Nations 20, Shannon Hooper, Paiute Shoshone from Fallon, Nevada speaks with eloquence and beauty when she explains the significance of the fancy shawl dance for pow wow.

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See What Happens When We Ask Young Native Americans If Racism Affects Them in America

“What I want to do, I actually want to see an actual racist-free America . . .” Lavin ReedProject 562 recently attended the Bear Dance at

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Finding Light & Hope in Paiute Country

A few weeks ago, Project 562 journeyed to The Great Basin Desert to learn a few major lessons from the Numu people.

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Project 562 is a multi-year national photography project dedicated to photographing over 562 federally recognized tribes in The United States in an effort to create an unprecedented repository of imagery and oral histories that accurately portrays contemporary Native Americans.

This creative, conscious shifting work will be widely distributed through updated national curricula, artistic publications, exhibitions and online.

This blog is all about our journey.

 

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