Category Archive for: Culture

The Black Snakes Of New Orleans Oil Lease Auction Protest

Obama recently opened 43 million acres in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas drilling at a lease sale in New Orleans. As an Indigenous Movement Artist, I was given the opportunity to work with directly impacted People of color from the Gulf in the lead-up to an oil and gas lease auction. This particular target…

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Lessons in Lateral Oppression At COP 21

Based on previous work making Lozen Shields for the Apache Stronghold in Washington D.C., I was asked by native nonprofits to create a shield to represent Indigenous People globally for COP21 in Paris. This was the second global mass mobilization art campaign I’ve worked on. The first was The People’s Climate March in New York…

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The Apache Stronghold’s Caravan To The Capitol

Making their way across the country, the Apache Stronghold left the San Carlos Reservation of Arizona and headed to Washington DC to protest at the nation’s Capitol. The Apache share our same enemies which are Arizona’s state representatives and the extractive industries that influence them, nonprofit or otherwise. Judging from past experience, the caravan probably…

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Organizing The Oppression Of The People’s Climate March

The People’s Climate March of 2014 was in New York City. All of the artwork for this global mass mobilization for the climate was to be completed at Mayday Art Space which was a brand new three-story building in Bushwick Brooklyn. This was the first-ever large-scale march that was designed to be broken into sections…

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