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Photographs can be so much more than Instagram snapshots and Facebook posts. They tell stories, document our lives and preserve our memories. How is photography important to individuals, communities and tribes? When everyone with a cell phone can be a photographer, what makes good photography stand out? Why is it relevant in Native America? What stories are we telling through the camera lens?
Sam Minkler (Diné) — photographer and professor at Northern Arizona University
Eugene Tapahe (Navajo) — owner of Tapahe Photography and Tapahe Inventive Designs
Matika Wilbur (Swinomish/Tulalip) — photographer
Break Music: Little Earthlings (song) The Jir Project Band (artist) Sun Child (album)