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Rezilience 2017 Preview Party

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Bowen Creative’s own, Vanessa Bowen, will be attending the 2nd Annual REZILIENCE by live painting on March 31, 2017 at Duel Brewing ABQ. The completed painting will be auctioned off at the FUN-Raiser to benefit REZILIENCE. Join us for an evening of live music, art, silk screening, poetry, and a film screening.

RSVP at the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/591649307697417/

Mni Wiconi

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“Creating a second Flint does not make America great again.”

– Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s Response to Trump’s Executive Order regarding Dakota Access.


As a proponent of #NoDAPL and an advocate to Make America Native Again, we denounce the executive order that Trump has signed today to advance the Dakota Access and Keystone Pipeline.

Such actions are an attack on Indigenous rights and land, a perpetuation of colonialism and genocide on the Native peoples of America.

We urge our supporters to divest in any bank with ties to the DAPL and KXL. Furthermore, please make your voices heard through organizing and calling your local government.

It is time to repair ties with Indigenous groups and to protect our country for the next generations. Let’s make America great by making it Native again.

 

USA Today: Riley Keough rocks anti-Trump hat

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PARK CITY, Utah — While many celebrities bemoaned the presidential inauguration on Twitter, Riley Keough turned her frustration into a bold style statement.

The actress walked the red carpet at the Sundance Film Festival Friday evening rocking a fire-engine red baseball cap, reading, “Make America Native Again.” The phrase — a play on President Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again” — was coined by Navajo artist Vanessa Bowen, who created the hats to help raise awareness for marginalized indigenous people.

“When Donald Trump says, ‘Make America Great Again,’ what time period is he talking about?” Bowen told ABC News last summer. “A lot of people overlook that America’s history has been built upon injustice against other racial groups, including Native American people.”


http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/entertainthis/2017/01/21/riley-keough-trump-sundance-the-discovery/96875980/