Sičáŋǧu Lakota artist Dyani White Hawk’s screen prints honor the strength, leadership and care-taking roles of Native women and veterans.
Indigenous photographer Dugan Aguilar created rare images of Native communities in California that celebrate their traditions, resilience and contemporary lives.
Attu’s Lost Village: Descendants of Aleut Community Relocated During World War II are Reclaiming their Legacy
During World War II, Japanese troops overtook Attu Island and took its Aleut inhabitants to Japan. The descendants of those prisoners are reuniting and reclaiming their culture.
Lasting Impressions: Jennie Ross Cobb, First Female American Indian Photographer, Framed Cherokee Life in Indian Territory
Jennie Ross Cobb, the first known Native American female photographer, captured some of the earliest images of life in a Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory.
Rescuing the Day of the Dead’s famous xolo dog.
Photographer Dugan Aguilar (Mountain Maidu/Pit River/Walker River Paiute) made many portraits of Northern California tribal members, including this 2000 image of U.S. Marine Corps veteran Franklin Mullen (Maidu).
In the background is the National Native American Veterans Memorial at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.