Tag: project 562
The Magnificent One - An extensive interview with Magnificent Seven and Wind River actor, Martin Sensmeier
With Project 562, photographer Matika Wilbur aims to document every federally recognized tribe in the United States.
An estimated 200 youths from across Indian country attended the 42nd Annual Northwest Indian Youth Conference on ancestral Methow lands in Washington.
Part V of ICTMN’s 50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 features Wes Studi, Dave Archambault II, Tanaya Beatty, and others.
Photographer Matika Wilbur's video of the water protectors' encounter with pepper spray and guard dogs at the hands of Dakota Access pipeline security
The 'As We See It' Photography exhibit shows the works of seven great Native artists
Tanya H. Lee
Matika Wilbur brought passion, commitment, endurance and women’s stories to her "Seeds of Culture" exhibit on display Harvard through May 28.
“I don’t want to tell people how to remember me. I want people to remember me as they remember me," John Trudell said before walking on December 8.
Photographer Matika Wilbur had 100 New Yorkers guess the heritage of indigenous people standing in Columbus Circle for this sweet video.
Continuing with the ICTMN series, some elders, culture bearers and educators share 10 Things You Should Know About the Swinomish Tribe.
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