I suspect the concept for my project started when I was camera-less (and clueless) about forty-some years ago. I was ten years old, on a family road trip from Chicago to the Navajo and Hopi reservations in the Desert Southwest. My father was a collector of Native American art, and I went along for the ride. *** My project is devoted to the welfare, beauty, and uniqueness of a Native American culture. Specifically, I wish to bring attention to the value and elegance of the Navajo people. With the growing popularity of the Internet and Social Media, and as a...
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