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I aspire to create through the inspirations that surround me – from thoughts to visuals. I capture images with cameras, document thoughts with a pen & paper, create visuals with colors and textures, and illustrate my life through the medium of art. I am an indigenous (Yankton Sioux – Ihanktonwan Dakota) contemporary artist. I am David Bernie.
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David Bernie Indian Country 52 38 Do Not Lose Hope

Indian Country 52 #38 – Do not lose Hope

Articles "Since 2005, when deaths began to be coded by ethnicity – close to 500 completed suicides have been recorded by First Nations people. Approximately 62 percent of all suicides were by a person under the age of 30. Other startling statistics in the report included: the rate...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 37 Urban Indians

Indian Country 52 #37 – Urban Indians

Article "Indigenous people are not supposed to have money. We were never meant to. My tribes occupied our homelands consistently for 13,000 years without it, and we were rich beyond our wildest dreams. We had advanced seasonal permaculture, hunting and fishing patterns, and vast amounts of...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 37 Rescind Your White Privilege Lynn Beyak

Indian Country 42 #37 – Rescind Your White Privilege

Articles "After vowing to take the summer months to meet with Indigenous people after a series of controversial remarks, Conservative Sen. Lynn Beyak says she now believes First Nations should give up their Indigenous rights and integrate into Canadian society. "Trade your status card for a Canadian...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 36 Honoring Mutilators

Indian Country 52 #36 – Honoring Mutilators

Articles "Public statues and tributes to early Spanish conquerors are facing mounting criticism tied to the brutal treatment of American Indians centuries ago by Spanish soldiers and missionaries, with activists drawing ethical parallels to the national controversy over Confederate monuments. From California to Florida, historical markers and...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 35 Broken Society Bands Aid

Indian Country 42 #35 – Broken Society (Bands Aid)

Article "This cycle of abuse, combined with deplorable living conditions, often made Amber contemplate suicide herself. She says she first attempted suicide at the age of 12: “It’s just a reality we live with. It’s easier to end [your life] than to get help in most...

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Indian Country 52 #34 – Native Scholars

Articles "The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota is one of the poorest areas in the United States. People who live in the community, many of whom are Lakota, face a lack of economic opportunity and grim healthcare statistics. The otherwise neglected corner of the country...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 33 Hunger Strikes Residential Schools

Indian Country 42 #33 – Hunger Strikes

Articles “According to a study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, a long-standing federal government policy that required First Nations children to attend residential schools away from their families has contributed to the diabetes epidemic seen on Canadian reserves today. “There’s quite a bit of evidence...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 32 Arapaho Children Carlisle Indian School

Indian Country 52 #32 – Arapaho Children

Articles "Three children, who were members of the Northern Arapaho tribe, are among the 200-plus American Indian children buried at the Carlisle Barracks, which was once home to the Carlisle Indian Industrial School. Officials from the Army National Military Cemeteries, as well as anthropologists and archaeologists,...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 31 Sterilization Native Indigenous Women Genocide

Indian Country 42 #31 – Sterilization is Genocide

Articles “The Saskatoon Health Region has apologized to Indigenous women who felt coerced into surgery that prevented them from bearing more children. The agency commissioned an independent report earlier this year after women complained they were pressured by medical staff and social workers to have a tubal...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 30 Pushed Out Native American Students Education

Indian Country 52 #30 – Pushed Out (Education)

Articles “In her new piece for The Nation, “How America is Failing Native American Students,” writer Rebecca Clarren dives into the reasons why Native American children are falling behind academically in public schools. Clarren writes that punitive discipline has a special way of pushing out these students,...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 29 Hard Reset MMIW Inquiry

Indian Country 52 #29 – Hard Reset (MMIW)

Articles "“We have lost confidence in the national inquiry,” Hilda Anderson-Pryz, whose sister Dawn died under mysterious circumstances in 2011, told reporters. “We’re being left out and not being heard by the national inquiry. We all agree that we cannot dishonour our loved ones and ourselves...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 28 Counterfeit Native American Art

Indian Country 52 #28 – Counterfeit Art

Articles "Native American artists are requesting the federal government strengthen a 1990 law that prohibits the sale of counterfeit tribal art, in an attempt to stop the flood of fakes that jeopardize their livelihood. In a hearing on Friday, New Mexico Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 27 Canada 150

Indian Country 52 #27 – 150 (Canada)

Articles "The milestone is being commemorated across the country this year. But as maple leaf-adorned paraphernalia flies off store shelves and the capital city of Ottawa prepares for thousands of tourists to attend Canada Day celebrations on 1 July, some Canadians have been questioning what, exactly,...

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David Bernie Jimmie Durham Cherokee Walker Art Center Indian Country 52 26

Indian Country 52 #26 – Jimmie Durham

Articles "Right after local Native tribes protested at the Walker Art Center over Sam Durant’s controversial sculpture, a new retrospective currently at the museum is being called into question as well. Artist Jimmie Durham’s new retrospective Jimmie Durham: At the Center of the World, which was organized...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 25 State of Emergency Suicides

Indian Country 52 #25 – State of Emergency

Articles "A remote First Nation community in northwestern Ontario has been devastated following the deaths of at least four young people ages 12-16 who have taken their own lives so far this month. Deputy Grand Chief Anna Achneepineskum of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) said that two...

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David Bernie Indian Country 52 24 Female Native Indigenous Homicides

Indian Country 52 #24 – Female Homicides

Articles "The homicide rate for Indigenous females between 2001 and 2015 was nearly six times higher than that for non-Indigenous females, according to a new study by Statistics Canada. The difference in rates was most notable in the territories and in Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, according to...

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