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Richard Mayhew is an Afro-Native American landscape painter and arts educator. His brightly colored landscapes, informed by his experiences as an African American, Native American and his love of jazz are not a familiar type of protest, but in observing the symbolism of Indigenous color, you get a sense of his Afro-Native history within the layered colors of the landscapes. #colorschemes #africanamericanart #indigenousart
Dominique Drakeford, "Quite frankly I'm tired of seeing white women take up all of the space in a movement that was inherently black and indigenous"
Native New Style
This is a collection of various audio & video segments with Bobbi Jean Three Legs.., who was one of the youngest leaders of the 2016 protest in Standing Rock, Dakota... "WATER IS LIFE"
"The people who are currently facing the harshest impacts of climate change are people of color."
"We believe this message of unity and equality must be told, and that all voices of the LGBTQ+ community deserve to be heard. Grounded in the brand values of inclusivity and being open to everyone" -Vans
A group of young feminists in New York holding their own in the male-dominated skateparks spread through the city.