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"The Mushuanu Innu of Labrador".

Labrador, Canada
The Mushuau Innu of Labrador were one of the last indigenous peoples to be forced to settle by the Canadian government in 1967. … 40 more words
PHOTOGRAPHY

"Nomads".

By Jenny Zhang.
Barefoot nomads roaming the desert; tribe members laughing together, their faces covered in paint; youths on horseback galloping across Tibetan plains—these are the subjects of Still Points in a Turning World, a fascinating series by photographer Terri Gold that documents the few indigenous tribal cultures left in the world. 193 more words
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"We Can Be Heroes."

Tony Albert, We Can Be Heroes, Pigment print on paper
An artwork based on a police shooting in Sydney has become the first photographic work to win the first prize in the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award. 144 more words
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"Moments in Time".

Photographer: Dave Laslett · · From Snapped: Your Top 3 in 2014
Uncle Bob welcomed us into his home to chat.
With a towering backdrop of Uluru Bob played us some of his songs including Brown Skin Baby They Take Him Away with accompaniment by Jennifer Cooley on the harmonica. 35 more words
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Te Ata, Chickasaw storyteller.

A traditional Native storyteller, Te Ata, also known as Mary Frances Thompson Fisher, was born in Emet, Chickasaw Nation, near Tishomingo, on December 3, 1895. Her parents were members of the Chickasaw Nation. 348 more words
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"Aboriginal Art aims for Sky".

Emu in the Sky by Kyle Pickett (Australia). “When the Yallabirri (emu) appears in the sky in preparation for the laying of the eggs.” Image Credit: Kyle Pickett/Shared Sky… 278 more words
ART

"Undiscovered."

The Australian National Maritime Museum acknowledges all traditional custodians of the lands and waters throughout Australia and pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present. 98 more words
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