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Still Here, in the Big City: Meet the Legacy of the Indian Relocation Act
A 1961 documentary entitled The Exiles , by director Kent Mackenzie provided the first accurate portrayal of urban Natives; in 2013, Navajo filmmaker Pamela Peters picked up where ...
'Exiled NDNz' Photos Tell Story of Rez-Raised Natives Living in L.A.
Photographer Pamela J. Peters is exhibiting her work today (January 5) at 118 Winston Art Gallery in downtown Los Angeles...