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We Are Still Here

We Are Still Here

Dec 8, 2018-- Many indigenous cultures that once existed are now part of past history. However, many of those cultures are indeed alive; examples of resilience and strength. Camille Seaman, an award-winning photographer and Native American, was troubled by her childhood experiences hearing her culture and her people described in the past tense. As she says, "we are still here". With her camera and her purpose, she documents the beauty and self-identity of indigenous people through portraiture. Use her essay as a gateway of discovery into the fascinating ways people the world over are "telling our own stories". (3608 reads)


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Take ActionReflect on what you "know" about the culture and people indigenous to where you live and who you learned it from. Spend some time today broadening your "understanding" with information from the voices of the place and people themselves.



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