February 4th, 2017 Annual #BAAITS Two-Spirit Powwow in San Francisco
These runners and walkers will cross twelve states, eighteen mountain ranges and touch down in 54 tribal communities to end toxicity.
Indigenous women from Karuk, Hupa, Yurok, Wiyot, and Tolowa-Diné, march in solidarity with all people from every corner of the earth.
As water defenders stood peaceful protection, contracted DAPL security officers unleashed viscous dogs and pepper spray on unarmed human beings.
We love this crazy, tragic, sometimes almost magic, beautiful life as captured yesterday while traveling through Mara (Joshua tree).
Filmmaker Deidre Peaches and Matika Wilbur travel to Alaska to paddle to Celebration, 2014.
Nothwest canoes paddle the Missouri River in solidarity with Standing Rock.
Students respond to Trump's Election and the palpable tension on Gonzaga's campus.
Project 562 heads home for some family bonding with the Gobin Family Weavers.
Stop coal exports at Cherry Point- a sacred site known as “xwe’chi’eXen” to the Lummi Nation.
Miss Indian Nations 20, Shannon Hooper, Paiute Shoshone from Fallon, Nevada explains the significance of the fancy shawl dance for pow wow...
Project 562 asks group of teenagers at Northern Ute Bear Dance if stereotypes and racism affect their lives.
Project 562 has a conversation with the last living Northern Lovelock Paiute dialect speaker.
Lovelock Paiute kids sing hand game songs for Project 562.
Autumn Harry (Pyramid Lake Paiute) discusses the importance of protecting the water.
We asked New Yorkers to identify the “origin” of our Native models to understand where contemporary Native lives exist in popular consciousness.
A conversation with Regis Cook.
Project 562 had the wonderful opportunity to visit with Joanne Shannendoah: a singer, composer and acoustic guitarist the Oneida Nation.
A conversation with the incredible artist Warren Montoya from Santa Ana Pueblo.
Our favorite Auntie discusses traditional Pueblo bread.
Project 562 features World Champion Apache/Arikara/Mandan/Hidatsa hoop dancing family.