National Geographic

Photo by @dzalcman | I'm back on the road to continue work on @signsofyouridentity, an ongoing project on the legacy of coercive assimilation education in indigenous communities. This is Lisa Schrader, a Lakota woman who attended St. Joseph’s Indian School and Red Cloud Indian School. “Healing requires acknowledgement,” Lisa said. “And when we were taken away from our homes and we lost our language, and we lost our culture, and we lost our identity, no one ever told us, Welcome home. I’m glad you made it back.” #signsofyouridentity




Amazing I like the 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽


Picture skeleton




@sabah_gazi واي خداااا


Why is this so funny I’m back to watch it again 😂😂😂


@susybusse That’s not “we.” And wow, kinda sounds like the creation of every country on the planet in history.


@greaterebi the first immigrants to America who - with the government's assistance - forced the Indians off their land and put them on reservations.. or just killed them.


@johnsnownot oo nga!! Tita! Sikat ka na!!


Kahawig ni mudra ko ahahahhah @missasiathorne




My white guilt is really beating me down today




جهت افزایش فالورهای پیج اینستاگرامتون در سایت زیر عضو شده و با انتخاب پکیج مناسب به سرعت کاربران پیج خودتون رو افزایش دهید


This is both super important and beautiful. Thanks for this 🙏🏻🔥🏆


Art college


Tú eres bien venido a la hora que tú quieras pero que aceptes estar ahí sete espera y con los brazos abiertos




@ilariaqualcosa doppia esposizione?


Anyone wants to join a group for chatting send me .


@noamkipnis is that you ??


@davidhkm Thx bro 🍻 😊


Remind me of you bro @9_destiny


Pure art🔥




Powerful, thank you for sharing.

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