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YES! Magazine: An 'awakening' emerges from Standing Rock
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YES! Magazine: An 'awakening' emerges from Standing Rock (March 28, 2018)

Photographer Josué Rivas spent seven months living at Standing Rock, documenting the gathering force of Native Americans and their allies.

Matika Wilbur: A modern world doesn't erase indigenous intelligence
Opinion

Matika Wilbur: A modern world doesn't erase indigenous intelligence (February 20, 2018)

In over 80 nations, oppressive domination has been dismantled.

Mary Annette Pember: I saw what resilience looks like in Native communities
National

Mary Annette Pember: I saw what resilience looks like in Native communities (January 8, 2018)

On their reservations and in their wider communities, I saw how Native people protected and nurtured each other.

YES! Magazine: Water protectors return to Standing Rock for healing ceremony
Arts & Entertainment | Environment | National

YES! Magazine: Water protectors return to Standing Rock for healing ceremony (October 2, 2017)

The camps are gone now, but the awakening to protect the water, land, and tribal sovereignty continues.

Jacqueline Keeler: Connecting the Dakota Access Pipeline to history
Arts & Entertainment | Environment | National

Jacqueline Keeler: Connecting the Dakota Access Pipeline to history (June 15, 2017)

Using an early photographic process, Shane Balkowitsch hopes to connect what happened to the Dakota people 155 years ago with a $3.7 billion crude oil pipeline today.

Desiree Kane: Photos from seven months of living at Standing Rock
Environment | National

Desiree Kane: Photos from seven months of living at Standing Rock (January 2, 2017)

The life that we have built here has taught many how to live a large-scale sustainable, decolonized, anticapitalist lifestyle

'The Red Road Project' depicts modern-day life in Indian Country
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'The Red Road Project' depicts modern-day life in Indian Country (August 31, 2016)

A Native writer and an Italian photographer are planning to hit the road again later this year.

Charles Wohlforth: Native artist embarks on Shapeshifters project
Arts & Entertainment | Opinion

Charles Wohlforth: Native artist embarks on Shapeshifters project (April 25, 2016)

Jenny Irene Miller’s photography project will tell the world about LGBT Alaska Natives — shapeshifters, she says — including herself.

Matika Wilbur continues unique journey through Indian Country
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Matika Wilbur continues unique journey through Indian Country (March 30, 2016)

Since hitting the road in 2013, the Tulalip / Swinomish photographer has visited 262 tribes across the nation.

Photos: Edward Curtis documented Indian life at turn of century
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Photos: Edward Curtis documented Indian life at turn of century (December 9, 2015)

Princess Angeline, who was the eldest daughter of Chief Sealth, was the the subject of first Curtis photo in 1896.

Michael Santiago: Learning from the stories of Black Natives
Arts & Entertainment | Opinion

Michael Santiago: Learning from the stories of Black Natives (November 12, 2015)

'Afro Native Narratives' aims to bring the discussion of Black Native identity to the forefront and bring forward the faces of Black Natives who continue to embrace the traditions of their ancestors.

Exhibit features photos of tribal leaders and Abraham Lincoln
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Exhibit features photos of tribal leaders and Abraham Lincoln (September 18, 2015)

Tribal leaders, military generals and ordinary civilians sat for portraits in the Washington, D.C., studio of Alexander Gardner.

Matika Wilbur almost done with photo journey of Indian Country
Arts & Entertainment | National | Federal Recognition

Matika Wilbur almost done with photo journey of Indian Country (September 8, 2015)

The 31-year-old photographer has traveled more than 250,000 miles and taken thousands of pictures of tribal members across the nation.

Lakota Country Times: Youth come to Pine Ridge for 'Exposures'
Arts & Entertainment | Education | National

Lakota Country Times: Youth come to Pine Ridge for 'Exposures' (July 29, 2015)

Students from across the country came to Pine Ridge to share, to learn and to work together for the 14th annual program.

Travel: Tracing the path of Edward Curtis through Indian Country
National

Travel: Tracing the path of Edward Curtis through Indian Country (June 5, 2015)

Edward S. Curtis thought he was capturing a 'vanishing race' when he set off for a mission to the American West.

German photographer earns trust on Fort Belknap Reservation
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German photographer earns trust on Fort Belknap Reservation (March 31, 2015)

Felix von der Osten secured permission from the tribal council before embarking on his journey.

Q&A with Chemehuevi artist Cara Romero on 'Last Indian Market'
Arts & Entertainment

Q&A with Chemehuevi artist Cara Romero on 'Last Indian Market' (January 22, 2015)

It’s a whimsical, Hollywood, celebrity style, editorial portrait of Buffalo Man and an amazing group of contemporary Indian artists.

Review: Horace Poolaw exhibit captures 'love' of Indian people
Arts & Entertainment

Review: Horace Poolaw exhibit captures 'love' of Indian people (January 9, 2015)

It’s an instant candidate for the long-term memory bank.

Native Sun News: Photographer documented Bighorn's survivors
National

Native Sun News: Photographer documented Bighorn's survivors (September 8, 2014)

Sixty-six years has passed since a photograph was taken of the last eight survivors of the 1876 Battle of the Little Bighorn.

Matika Wilbur continues photo trip throughout Indian Country
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Matika Wilbur continues photo trip throughout Indian Country (July 31, 2014)

Matika Wilbur hopes Project 562 helps dispel stereotypes about Native people.

Crosscut: Matika Wilbur on photo road trip thru Indian Country
Arts & Entertainment

Crosscut: Matika Wilbur on photo road trip thru Indian Country (May 14, 2014)

Photographer Matika Wilbur continues her effort to document nearly every federally recognized tribe through her Project 562.

Lens Blog: An Indian from India meets Indians from the US
Arts & Entertainment

Lens Blog: An Indian from India meets Indians from the US (April 21, 2014)

Annu Palakunnathu Matthew explains her series in which she mimics poses from historical photos of Indian people.

Blog: Matika Wilbur continues photo journey through Indian Country
Arts & Entertainment | National

Blog: Matika Wilbur continues photo journey through Indian Country (April 9, 2014)

Matika Wilbur (Tulalip / Swinomish) continues her effort to capture members of nearly every federally recognized tribe in the United States through her Project 562.

Blog: Combating misrepresentation of Native people with photos
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Blog: Combating misrepresentation of Native people with photos (March 3, 2014)

Photographer Matika Wilbur hopes to dispel misrepresentations of Native people through her efforts to capture members of nearly every federally recognized tribe:

Lens: Matika Wilbur photographs 'real' Indians for major project
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Lens: Matika Wilbur photographs 'real' Indians for major project (February 19, 2014)

The Lens Blog of The New York Times talks to Matika Wilbur (Tulalip / Swinomish) about her efforts to capture members of nearly every federally recognized tribe in the United States.

Blog: Photographer Matika Wilbur set to document all tribes
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Blog: Photographer Matika Wilbur set to document all tribes (February 3, 2014)

Photographer Matika Wilbur (Tulalip / Swinomish) has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund her efforts to capture members of nearly every federally recognized tribe in the United States:

Interview with Pamela Peters, Navajo, about photography
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Interview with Pamela Peters, Navajo, about photography (January 6, 2014)

Indian Country Today interviews photographer Pamela J. Peters about her exhibit on urban Indians in Los Angeles, California.

Lens Blog:  First Nations threatened by tar sands development
Arts & Entertainment | Canada

Lens Blog: First Nations threatened by tar sands development (July 30, 2013)

The Lens blog of The New York Times interviews photographer Ian Willms about his work on the effects of tar sands development on First Nations in Alberta.

NYT:  Photos of Tlingit country in Alaska  at turn of the century
Arts & Entertainment

NYT: Photos of Tlingit country in Alaska at turn of the century (July 17, 2013)

The Lens blog of The New York Times explores a new book, A Russian American Photographer in Tlingit Country.

LAT: Remembering Wounded Knee 1973 through photography
National

LAT: Remembering Wounded Knee 1973 through photography (February 28, 2013)

Photographer Jim Hubbard, who covered Wounded 1973 for United Press International, shares his observations: During the cold of winter in late February 1973, UPI dispatched me to the village...

NPR:  Photographer shares  experience at  Wounded Knee 1973
National

NPR: Photographer shares experience at Wounded Knee 1973 (February 28, 2013)

Photographer Owen Luck discusses his experience at Wounded Knee 1973 with National Public Radio: Forty years ago, a caravan of more than 50 cars full of demonstrators pulled into...

Review: A glowing portrait of Edward Curtis  and his   'Epic Life'
Arts & Entertainment

Review: A glowing portrait of Edward Curtis and his 'Epic Life' (October 30, 2012)

"Edward Curtis deserves to be remembered as the American artist who racked up the most miles. Traveling by rail, wagon and foot, he undertook a project that struck observers...

Photos: Jesuit priest documents decades of life in Indian Country
Arts & Entertainment

Photos: Jesuit priest documents decades of life in Indian Country (October 22, 2012)

"When the Rev. Don Doll arrived on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in South Dakota in 1962, he was an earnest 24-year-old Jesuit who had joined the order straight out...

NPR Photos:  The light and   dark on the Pine Ridge Reservation
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NPR Photos: The light and dark on the Pine Ridge Reservation (August 14, 2012)

"In 2005, photographer Aaron Huey set out to do a project on poverty in America. "I literally found Pine Ridge because it was just another poverty statistic," he recently...

Interview with Chaske Spencer from 'Twilight' on photography
Arts & Entertainment

Interview with Chaske Spencer from 'Twilight' on photography (July 12, 2012)

"Let’s get the elephant-in-the-room question out of the way... I know you as a friend, a brunch and Bingo buddy (soon), but to a great many people you are the...

NYT Blog: Shinnecock woman captures personalities of icebergs
Arts & Entertainment | Environment

NYT Blog: Shinnecock woman captures personalities of icebergs (July 11, 2012)

"One might think these majestic images of massive icebergs were the work of a master landscape photographer. They are not. They’re the work of an insightful portraitist who is able...

Smithsonian: Edward Curtis and epic Indian Country photos
Arts & Entertainment

Smithsonian: Edward Curtis and epic Indian Country photos (March 21, 2012)

"Year after year, he packed his camera and supplies—everything he’d need for months—and traveled by foot and by horse deep into the Indian territories. At the beginning of the 20th...

PhotoBlog: Shots of America's past, including Indian Country
National

PhotoBlog: Shots of America's past, including Indian Country (January 17, 2012)

"Photojournalist Andrew Lichtenstein is documenting sites important to America's past, with the idea that what he finds there reflects on what's important to people in the present. Bear Butte,...

New Mexico museum showcases   'New' Native photography
Arts & Entertainment

New Mexico museum showcases 'New' Native photography (August 31, 2011)

The New Mexico Museum of Art recently opened an exhibit featuring the works of Native photographers. “New Native Photography, 2011" showcases 25 photos from 19 Native artists. Participants include Vicki...

Blog: Photographer at home among Inupiat  people in Alaska
National

Blog: Photographer at home among Inupiat people in Alaska (June 10, 2011)

"To many Americans, Wasilla, Alaska, seems like a very distant corner of the national map. For the photographer Bill Hess, 60, it is just the starting point. He has spent...

Photographer aims to stir change on Pine Ridge Reservation
National

Photographer aims to stir change on Pine Ridge Reservation (May 3, 2011)

Photographer Aaron Huey has spent the last six years documenting life on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota and now he wants to raise awareness of conditions in Indian...