Leaving was the beginning, but eventually I came to understand that it wasn’t enough. I needed to go back to school. This may seem obvious, but to me it wasn’t. Higher education was never a value instilled in me—my parents only told me to find a job and not depend on others.
Natives Americans in Los Angeles, CA
As a Navajo living in the city, I want our history to be remembered and acknowledge. We are part of Los Angeles History too!
1650 Gallery & Studio Photography
These two images were part of the of Girls Girls Girls photo exhibit in Los Angeles, California. #1650GalleryStudio #Photography #LAWomen
Children Books with Native American themes
Here is list of 12 Native American books for children. Enjoy reading them to your children and continue to share them!
Native Narratives in Film & Books
Here are a list of 8 Contemporary Native Films to watch, and 8 Native books to read. Support Indigenous / Native American narratives.
UCR “Indigenous Perspectives: Identity and Representation Through Media” May 14th, 2016
Join Kimberly Guerrero, Klee Benally, Pamela J. Peters, Steven P. Judd, Myrton Running Wolf, and Jim Ruel at UCR on Sat. May 14th - "Indigenous Perspectives: Identity and Representation Through Media." Several workshops will discuss Indigenous portrayal through film, social justice, art, and photography along with Keynote speakers speaking about native people in the film industry today.
Photo Session with Noah Watts
I had a photo session with the very talented actor, musician artist - Noah Watts. His music is amazing...Check out his music on #itunes HERE: https://itunes.apple.com/…/howling-in-the-night/id1092092615
ICYMI-Native Angelenos: Filmmaker Pamela J. Peters Deconstructs Stereotypes
I want to bring awareness of our presence and cultural contribution to "Los Angeles; we, too, have a story woven into the history of Southern California." #LANatives
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