Father and son resting between dances at the Soboba Powwow

Father and son resting between dances at the Soboba Powwow BEST viewed at ORIGINAL size plus, Native American tribes come together to celebrate their traditions and share their wisdom with all of us. It's a heartwarming experience!

Huichol man making a yarn painting. The image being created came from a vision given in a ceremony

Huichol Indian artisan at the Mexico Fest 2012 celebrations on Sept. 2012 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. These celebrations commemorated 202 years of Mexican Independence.

Inuit Artist Kenojuak Ashevak

Kenojuak Ashevak, renowned Inuit artist believed to be the last living link to the birth of Inuit printmaking, at her home in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, at the age of Her work gained worldwide recognition as iconic of the Canadian Arctic

Tlingit dancer and storyteller Gene Tagaban in Raven dance regalia

An internationally renowned Tlingit Native American performance artist, musician and global educator, Gene Tagaban has traveled extensively exhibiting his prowess as The Raven Dancer, enchanting storyteller and master flutist. I am Tlingit!

Women's fancy shawl dancer: impressive dancer. Photo taken at Maniwaki Powwow

Sure beats the floats like a butterfly quote from years ago. Shawl dancers imitate butterflys in flight.

Shepard Fairey's print to raise awareness of- and money to fight against- the sale of sacred Lakota land for mining.

Native American support poster, protesting against the government taking the Black Hills of Dakota from the Native Americans, land where the government built Mount Rushmore

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