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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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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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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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Indian Country 52 #24 – Female Homocides

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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Indian Country 52 # 23 – Systemic Racism

Articles "Two sisters from Vancouver Island say their First Nations heritage led to them feeling alienated in the B.C. school system, unsupported by both teachers and students throughout their high school experience. Selena and Valeen Jules, 17 and 20 respectively, are members of the Nuu'chah'nulth First Nation....

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David Bernie Open to all Genocide$ Walker Arts Center Indian Country 52 22

Indian Country 52 #22 – Open to all Genocide$

Articles "The sculpture prompted calls for its removal before its official unveiling in June. Reviews poured in on Facebook. And crowds gathered at the Walker's Minneapolis Sculpture Garden on Saturday to protest, holding signs that read "Take it down" and "Execution is not art." "I could feel...

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David Bernie Reject Kinder Morgan Indian Country 52 21

Indian Country 52 #21 – Reject Kinder Morgan

Articles "Along the proposed route of the pipeline expansion, which stretches almost 1,000 kilometres from northern Alberta to Burnaby and will triple existing capacity, grassroots activists, First Nations and environmental groups are girding for a fight. First Nations and environmental groups are girding for a fight. Despite...

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David Bernie Cultural Disconnect Indian Country 52 20

Indian Country 52 #20 – Cultural Disconnect

Articles "An Indigenous woman who grew up in foster care unaware of her rich cultural background is worried the same fate will befall her own three children, who have been in the care of the Windsor-Essex Children's Aid Society since 2013. CBC Windsor cannot name the...

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David Bernie PTSD Epidemic Indian Country 52 19

Indian Country 52 #19 – PTSD Epidemic

Articles "In 2008, Good Feather founded the Lakota Way Healing Center to combat PTSD, addiction, and depression through Lakota methods. Informed by traditional medicine’s more holistic view of body and mind, it incorporates drumming, singing, storytelling, dancing, and ritual in sacred spaces into its treatment. And it...

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David Bernie State of Emergency Opioids Indian Country 52 18

Indian Country 52 #18 – State of Emergency

Articles "First Nations leaders in British Columbia say they suspect fentanyl is having a disproportionate impact on their communities, but they can't get the numbers to prove it. Grand Chief Edward John of the First Nations Summit said he's been asking the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA)...

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David Bernie Killing in the Name of Osage Oil MMIW Indian Country 52 16

Indian Country 52 #16 – Killing in the Name of…

Articles "Generations ago, the American Indian Osage tribe was compelled to move. Not for the first time, white settlers pushed them off their land in the 1800s. They made their new home in a rocky, infertile area in northeast Oklahoma in hopes that settlers would finally...

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David Bernie Tokenized Standing Rock Indian Country 52 15

Indian Country 52 #15 – Tokenized

Articles "American Indian tribes protesting oil and gas pipelines are worried environmentalists are co-opting them in an overarching fight against climate change. Tribes are aligning with climate activists on very specific issues such as mutual opposition to oil pipelines that cut too close to Indians’ water supply,...

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David Bernie Do not open Ajax Mine Kamloops Indian Country 52 14

Indian Country 52 #14 – Do not open Ajax

Articles "Thirty-one organizations from within Kamloops and outside the city and province signed a declaration of support during a Saturday ceremony at Thompson Rivers University, in effect backing two area First Nations in their opposition to the proposed Ajax copper and gold mine. On March 4, following...

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David Bernie The Red Dresses MMIW Indian Country 52 13

Indian Country 52 #13 – The Red Dresses (MMIW)

Articles "Red dresses blowing in the spring wind at the University of Toronto this week are a reminder of the estimated 1,200 missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada. The REDress Project was started by Winnipeg-based Métis artist Jaime Black in 2010 and this is its first...

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David Bernie Poison the Indians Indian Country 52 12

Indian Country 52 #12 – Poison the Indians

Articles "The compound, known as Silvex, was deployed as part of a little-known test effort from 1961 to 1972 to wipe out water-hungry vegetation on the San Carlos Apache Reservation, part of a larger effort by the federal government to protect scarce groundwater in the newly...

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David Bernie Rename Squaw Peak Indian Country 52 11

Indian Country 52 #11 – Rename Squaw Peak

Articles "Every year, half a million hikers scale 2,600-foot Piestewa Peak, one of the highest crests in Phoenix and recently renamed as a memorial to Army Spc. Lori Piestewa, the first Native American woman to die in combat on foreign soil. But to reach the hiking...

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