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Native American actor Jay Tavare - Of White Mountain Apache (Dzil Łigai Si'án Ndee - “People of the White Mountains”) and Navajo ancestry,[citation needed] he has used his public position to aid his peoples.

No wonder: Jay Tavarese lives his movie roles. His mother is a White-Mountain-Apache, he is deeply rooted in the traditions of his ancestors. The actor has fought for many years for the rights of the Native Americans, he supports the movement “Adopt an elder” that wants to improve the situation of elder people in the reservations. He is also fighting a desperate fight for the life of young Native Americans: many young people in the reservations commit suicide – and nobody really knows, why.

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Beautiful Native American Women

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Francois (Dead Horse), on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana. Date c. 1905.

Native American woman Cecilia Bearchum, a tribal elder of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in northeastern Oregon | © Greg Vaghan.