My great grandmother TK. Hadn't seen her in a long time since she died. I dig my black heritage.Im learning to be proud of my native American heritage. As I find out more of my native family history. I wonder about a Influenced Native song. Don't know how that would turn out for a black native producer? #nativeamerican#producer#protools#greatgrandmother#rip#family
I’ll admit I poached this photo from Dad as we have been having such a good time today that I forgot to take any pictures.
My favourite part of the day apart from meeting lots of lovely people was seeing my favourite family from last years Into The Wild Festival again 😁
The girls playing had improved incredibly in this past year and they were also kind enough to have got Louise and I a gift 😊
I’m also feeling very happy to have had so many positive comments about my own playing today. I’m quite modest and always seeking to improve by learning from others I consider to be much better than I am, however it’s still nice to hear 🙂
Hopefully I’ll remember to take some photographs and video to share with you all tomorrow of this wonderful festival!
Shop our collection of Rare, Lander Blue Turquoise today! As seen on Western Trading Post TV on the Cowboy Channel!
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Join us at the @denverartmuseum September 7th for our 30th annual Friendship Powwow and American Indian Cultural Celebration.
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Our Executive Chef, Fran, says that Sharing meals together at the Club creates strong bonds in our community. That by sharing food we are connecting back to our roots and remembering the ways of our Ancestors.
Fran and our dedicated kitchen staff prepare 2 meals a day, everyday of the week for our members. We are proud to provide not only an opportunity for healthy meals but a space to share those meals and a cup of coffee together as a community.
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#FlashbackFriday Pictured here, are buffalo from Picuris Pueblo, which was included in a 2013 Herd Development Grant submitted to ITBC. Picuris Pueblo, has been a member of ITBC for more than 20 years. The buffalo herd has grown from 15 to 70 head and the habitat area in central New Mexico has increased from 15 to 700 acres over time. The buffalo have provided a healthy and local food item for the community. Meat is often donated to the Special Diabetes Program, where cooking classes are held. We thank Picuris Pueblo for all of their efforts in buffalo restoration and traditional foods! #Pueblo#nativeamerican#buffalo#bison#newMexico#culture#traditionalfood
Travel tradition: who’s land am on this trip?
Hanging out north of Wichita today and tomorrow.
Looks like Wichita, Kaw (Kansa), Osage, and Očeti Šakówin (Sioux) tribes once held these lands.
Highly recommend downloading the #nativelandapp
Native Land by Victor Gerard Temprano https://apps.apple.com/us/app/native-land/id1194356597
#Maya painted dish, Late Classic period, painted on the exterior in reddish-brown, black and shades of orange, with a frieze of stylized #storks .