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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 Wounded Knee Massacre Indian Country 52 Week 52

Indian Country 52 #52 – Wounded Knee Massacre

Articles "So, as we Native people mourn and reflect upon these painful events in our history, we do so very much apart from the rest of this country. There is no national 24-hour news coverage of the Dakota 38 riders. No one is following their journey...

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David Bernie No to Enbridge Indian Country 52 Week 51

Indian Country 52 #51 – No to Enbridge

Articles "The B.C. government has officially expressed its opposition to a proposal for the Northern Gateway pipeline project, saying it fails to address the province’s environmental concerns. The province made the announcement in its final written submission to the Northern Gateway Pipeline Joint Review Panel. “British Columbia thoroughly...

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David Bernie Chronic Racism Indian Country 52 Week 50

Indian Country 52 #50 – Chronic Racism

Articles "This morning a Sonic Drive-In Restaurant in Belton, Missouri displayed a street sign emblazoned with the following phrase: “KC CHIEFS” WILL SCALP THE REDSKINS FEED THEM WHISKEY SEND – 2 – RESERVATION. Within a few minutes of the sign being displayed, social media erupted against...

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David Bernie Hopi Masks Indian Country 52 Week 49

Indian Country 52 #49 – Hopi Masks

Articles "The US embassy had asked for the suspension of the sale of colourful ceremonial masks and head-dresses after the failure Friday of a legal challenge by advocacy group Survival International on behalf of Arizona's Hopi tribe." - Yahoo News, Tribal masks fetch 550,000 euros in...

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David Bernie Wounded Historic Trauma Indian Country 52 Week 48

Indian Country 52 #48 – Wounded Youth

Articles "The rates for PTSD for Native American young people who are exposed to violence exceed the PTSD rates for combat vets returning from Afghanistan and Iraq. There’s a whole generation of young people who are experiencing just unimaginable violence." - Aspen Public Radio, More Native...

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David Bernie Bigoted Indian Country 52 Week 47

Indian Country 52 #47 – Bigoted

Articles "Closed captioning services for all major congressional events are provided by a private company that has no affiliation with the House or Senate. Unfortunately, the individual transcribing today’s event apparently mis-heard the word “Choctaw.” The transcription company was given a list of the tribes before...

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David Bernie Equality Two Spirited Indian Country 52 Week 46

Indian Country 52 #46 – Equality

Articles "The Little Traverse Bay Bands (LTBB) of Odawa Indians in Harbor Springs, Michigan made history March 3 when their council voted 5–4 to recognize same-sex marriages on their reservation."  - Indian Country Today, Same-Sex Marriage Is A-OK With Little Traverse Bay Bands   "Although Oklahoma prohibits same-sex marriages,...

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David Bernie Dakota 38 Indian Country 52 Week 44

Indian Country 52 #44 – Dakota 38

Articles "December 26, 1862: thirty-eight Dakota Indians were hanged in Mankato, Minnesota, in the largest mass execution in US history–on orders of President Abraham Lincoln. The execution took place on a giant square scaffold in the center of town, in front of an audience of hundreds of...

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David Bernie OIL North Dakota Indian Country 52 Week 44

Indian Country 52 #43 – OIL (North Dakota)

Articles "North Dakota, the nation's No. 2 oil producer behind Texas, recorded nearly 300 oil pipeline spills in less than two years, state documents show. None was reported to the public, officials said." - Huffington Post, Nearly 300 Pipeline Spills In North Dakota Have Gone Unreported...

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David Bernie 600 MMIW Indian Country 52 Week 42

Indian Country 52 #42 – 600 (MMIW)

Articles "Anaya says a national inquiry would ensure a co-ordinated response to the problem and allow the families of victims to be heard. He says such an inquiry would also demonstrate a responsiveness to aboriginal concerns. It is estimated there are close to 600 cases of missing and...

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David Bernie Unlearn Columbus Indian Country 52 Week 41

Indian Country 52 #41 – Unlearn

"Secondly, this co-opt of discovery is truly just coded language for playing the racial superiority game. It is deeply rooted in the idea that whomever discovers first gets to claim, and whoever can claim more is obviously superior. This is a heavily colonized attitude wherein...

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David Bernie Plight Indian Country 52 Week 40

Indian Country 52 #40 – Plight

Articles "The Oglala Sioux Tribe is laying off 118 people after running out of money due to the federal government shutdown, Tribal President Bryan Brewer said Tuesday. Brewer said the temporary layoffs on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation will hurt programs that provide meals to older people,...

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David Bernie Eviction Leif South Dakota Indian Country 52 Week 39

Indian Country 52 #39 – Eviction

Articles "The Southern Poverty Law Center and The Bismarck Tribune revealed that the man, Paul Craig Cobb, 61, has been buying up property in this town of 24 people in an effort to transform it into a colony for white supremacists. In the past two years, Mr....

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David Bernie Reconciliation Indian Country 52 Week 38

Indian Country 52 #38 – Reconciliation

Articles "In the 19th century, the Canadian government believed it was responsible for educating and caring for aboriginal people in Canada. It thought their best chance for success was to learn English and adopt Christianity and Canadian customs. Ideally, they would pass their adopted lifestyle on...

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David Bernie Poverty Reservations Indian Country 52 Week 37

Indian Country 52 #37 – Poverty

Articles "Estimating the economic well-being of American Indians is a complex task. In general, American Indians tend to have higher poverty rates, higher unemployment rates, and lower educational achievements that other Americans. However, the picture is complicated by the fact that some Indians live on reservations...

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