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Surviving Disappearance, Re-Imagining & Humanizing Native Peoples: Matika Wilbur at TEDxSeattle
Project 562 visits with Joanne Shannendoah: a singer, composer and acoustic guitarist the Oneida Nation, part of the Haudenosaunee.
Project 562 visits with Santa Ana Pueblo artist Warren Montoya.
Ever heard of Pueblo bread? It's delicious...
This film is a recent road journal that follows an anti-suicide voyage through Alaska documented by Deidre Peaches in collaboration Project 562.
Recap of the Project 562 inaugural exhibition at The Tacoma Art Museum on May 17, 2014.
Project 562 Road Stories allow the viewer unique access, and insight into the daily doing's of Project 562 road life.
Project 562 visits the N'kwusm Salish Emersion School in Arlee, Montana.
Project 562 heads home for some family bonding with the Gobin Family Weavers.
Bethany Yellowtail- fashion designer from the Crow and Northern Cheyenne Tribe has created three, limited edition couture pieces for Project 562.
Gina breaks it down for Project 562 in B.Yellowtail designs.
Project 562 visited the beautiful island of Kauai where we talked story with traditional Kalo farmer John Aana and activist, Josh Mori.
Can we change this experience?
In Eureka's streets, we join hands with Indigenous women from Karuk, Hupa, Yurok, Wiyot, and Tolowa-Diné.
Native American's discuss gender identity at the largest Two Spirit pow wow in the nation.
These runners and walkers will cross twelve states, eighteen mountain ranges and touch down in 54 tribal communities.
DAPL security officers unleash viscious dogs and pepper spray on unarmed women, children, elderly and men.
Native American students at Gonzaga respond to Donald Trump's election