Here is another custom order that I made for @krzcreations !!! This was shipped out already. It's a Pueblo doll wearing a Manta! Under the Manta is a totally cute outfit that I should have taken a photo of. Darn it! I had so much fun making this. If you'd like a custom order, they're $90 and I accept PayPal or debit/credit. You can send me a photo of what inspires you -- just like @krzcreations did! He sent me a photo of his daughter and this is what I came up with. Or if you'd like to request a previously made doll that isn't listed on my website, then the custom doll option is for you too. My prices are very clear and I am happy to make sure that you are satisfied with your order. If this is a custom order, I will share part of the doll making process with you, just to make sure that I'm getting it just right for you. I love sewing and I love making you exactly what you want. To place an order, you may PayPal me or click the link in my bio. #indigedoll#pueblo#nmpride#manta but oh my gosh -- isn't she beautiful???! She looks so regal and high class!!!!! I wish I had taken a photo of the other one I made. My next big wish list item is a camera!!! I took this photo at the post office. One of these days I'll get it together.
water protectors everywhere! It was such a nice surprise to see friends from camp up here in Michigan! Im grateful to have gotten to visit for the water walkers reception, it was men who had done a journey but they told me about these older women who walk around the great lakes in prayer and blessing the water! There are so many ways to make a difference. Keep an eye on Michigan for actions in the future because Line 5 could burst at any moment and infect the largest fresh water source on the continent!
Flashback to the action a week ago in Chicago that shut down Bank of America and encouraged people to divest! shout out to the Pilsen alliance and Chi resists for setting this up and for the strong voices of the Mexica women informing their community about the importance of divesting.
Wakpa meets goats at Little Creek camp in Iowa! I had such a wonderful visit, many familiar faces sharing memories from oceti. it felt good to be part of the team working together to help one another out. there have been some challenges but they have been handled by the leadership in the best way that they can for now. The camp has the intention of becoming energy sustainable. there's also continued political action against DAPL! They are collaborating with many organizations in the state to defend the land and water.
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This map is called America Septentrionalis, created by Jan Jansson around 1642, and is hanging up in my home office. It has a number of flaws, including the Rio Grande flowing southwest from an unknown lake, but the most glaring is depicting California as an island. In fact, from 1622 to around 1705, this was the way California was depicted by European and Asian cartographers. But why? Since 1500, California was known as a mythical island, 'blessed with an abundance of gold and populated by black, Amazon-like women, whose trained griffins dined on surplus males.' The story of the maps, however, goes that the Dutch had raided a Spanish ship and found a map, which were closely guarded secrets in that time, that depicted the California island, brought it back to Amsterdam, and the idea circulated from there. It wasn't until Eusebio Kino, a jesuit priest, led an expedition in 1705 over the Sea of Cortez that doubt started to be cast about the island notion. It took an official decree by King Ferdinand VI of Spain to declare, once and for all, that California was not an island. Seems a little extra when they could have just asked an Indigenous person for directions. In my office, this map serves as a reminder that a mistake and laziness could cause a world of misunderstanding. But I also can't help but ponder the idea of California as an island today, separated from the volatility in which this country has found itself.
FOLLOW--- @lizer_synapse and #RENISHACLARA !!! 9yrs old, Ashihí clan born for Naneeshte'zhí Ta'chii'níí !! Doing cartwheels with her hello kitty socks!!! GET OUT OF HERE!!! SHE IS SOOOO CUTE!!!! She has a message for all!!! #Repost@lizer_synapse
Renisha Clara! 4th greater
Between Mother's Day and graduation!!! I just want to congratulate all of our little graduates!!! From kindergarten to college!!! You all are so beautiful and smart in your traditional wear!!! Congratulations !! PC: @char_b_yazz & @syazzie10
Hoy en las conferencias se unieron los estudiantes a la campaña, por la justicia de los líderes amazónicos que están perseguidos en Ecuador! Respaldamos con el pueblo Shuar y los criminalizados.
Saludos desde Suecia, FUERZA!
Experienced a little slice of euphoria this morning basking in front of Horace Poolaw's large format photos! One of my favorite photographers and a breath taking exhibit at NMAI. Thank you Melissa for the conversation, coffee, and letting us steal you for a few hours. And to Martin for the informative tour! Thrilled to meet you both! #yourwaybacktome#documentary#smithsonian#nativenationsrise
it has been so great to connect and reconnect with water protectors here in New Mexico! I continue to be excited by the passion and kindness exhibited by our community. I was so grateful to get to visit Pueblo on their spring feast day and witness the dances.
Panel discussions may be one of the most essential aspects of doing these screenings. Many questions revolve around this film, and I love hearing people's thoughts and enthusiasm for "Your Way Back To Me" #documentary#nativenationsrise#nativepride
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