an Anishinabe NDN from Roseau River First Nation and live in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada.
I would say that I'm an artist. I take photos, bead, whittle. Always creating things and have ideas on various subjects.
I don't drink, don't do drugs, don't smoke... never have.
I only use “Native American” as reference to the indigenous tribes of people that inhabit North America. Here are my thoughts on the matter that I use as a guide.
So my friend, colleague and fellow photographer buddy Bert Crowfoot came across an AD in Sunday’s Calgary Sun about Glenbow Museum Auctioning off Native American
Artifacts on Tuesday September 27 2011. This has come to a shock to many of my Facebook friends and acquaintances that a Canadian museum would be selling off Indian Artifacts, a few here on the social media scene claiming that its illegal to sell eagle feathers and sacred items under Canadian law. The Museum claimed they have worked with the province and tried to contact many other museums and tribes to take some of the artifacts and after practising due diligence and unable to find a new home for these items have decided to sell them off to the highest bidder.