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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 Race Meet the Master Alaska Airlines Indian Country 52 Week 6

Indian Country 52 #6 – Meet the Master

Articles "After an outcry from members of the Alaska Native community, Alaska Airlines has removed the line “Meet our Eskimo” and replaced it with “Meet the Eskimo” on its website, alongside the airline’s updated branding it unveiled earlier this week. The phrase referenced a slight redesign of...

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David Bernie Manitoba First Nations Housing Indian Country 52 Week 5

Indian Country 52 #5 – First Nations Housing

Articles "Internal government documents say Manitoba First Nations residents live in some of the most dilapidated homes in the country and it will cost $2 billion to eliminate mould and chronic overcrowding in the province alone. That's 13 times more than the $150 million the federal government...

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David Bernie Race Drunk Alcoholism Stereotypes Indian Country 52 Week 4

Indian Country 52 #4 – Drunk Whites

Articles "Native Americans are often represented in the media as drinking far more excessively than other racial and ethnic groups in the United States — but new research shatters that damaging stereotype. Native Americans' binge-drinking habits are on par with those of white people, according to a...

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David Bernie World News 26 Smooth Criminal Flint Water Rick Snyder Public Act 4

World News #26 – Smooth Criminal

Article "Many national media reports would have you believe that the crisis began in April 2014, when the city started drawing its water from the Flint River. They'd also have you believe that the crisis was the fault of the locally elected officials who made a...

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David Bernie Yvonne Chouteau Ballerina Five Moons Indian Country 52 Week 3

Indian Country 52 #3 – Prima Ballerina

Articles "A dancer of great radiance and lyricism, Ms. Chouteau was one of five prominent Native American dancers who were raised in Oklahoma. The others were Rosella Hightower, Moscelyne Larkin, Maria Tallchief and her sister Marjorie Tallchief, now the last survivor. The women were sometimes called the...

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David Bernie World News 25 Porter Ranch Methane Leak

World News #25 – Porter Ranch

Articles "The escape of tons of natural gas from storage under a Los Angeles neighborhood is not likely to be fixed for at least another two months due to the specific dynamics of the leak, according to officials. The leak at Porter Ranch, already several months old,...

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David Bernie KXL Pipeline TransCanada Oil Indian Country 52 Week 2

Indian Country 52 #2 – The KXL Pipeline

Articles "On Jan. 6, TransCanada went to court to claim that the Obama administration’s failure to approve the Keystone XL pipeline violates U.S. obligations under the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA. The company is asking for $15 billion in compensation from U.S. taxpayers. This mixes...

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David Bernie Golden Globes Leonardo DiCaprio Hollywood Indian Country 52 Week 1

Indian Country 52 #1 – It’s Time

Articles "Actor Leonardo DiCaprio got political in his Golden Globe acceptance speech on Sunday night. DiCaprio, who won the Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama award for his role in "The Revenant," thanked indigenous peoples around the world and asked for them to receive more...

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David Bernie Paiute Tribal Land Oregon Indian Country 52 Week 52

Indian Country 52 #52 – On Tribal Land

Articles "The leaders of the Burns Paiute tribe have a message for the men and women who have taken over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge outside Burns, Oregon: "Go home. We don't want you here." The message came from several tribe members whose ancestors fought and died...

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David Bernie Never Forgotten MMIW Indian Country 52 Week 51

Indian Country 52 #51 – Never Forgotten (MMIW)

Articles "Not much in politics produces agreement anymore. The reaction to the national inquiry into murdered and missing indigenous women was an exception. What had become a divisive issue under the previous Conservative government is now one of unanimity on Parliament Hill. Both opposition party leaders expressed support....

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World News #24 – Toxic Soup

Article "The doctor who discovered that the children of Flint, Michigan, were at risk of irreparable brain damage from lead poisoning in the city’s water supply has warned that the problem of “toxic soup” coming out of their household taps may have affected many more than...

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David Bernie Save Tribal Sovereignty Indian Country 52 Week 50

Indian Country 52 #50 – Save Tribal Sovereignty

Articles "Dollar General has argued that Native American tribes do not have civil jurisdiction over an outside corporation doing business on tribal land. Basically, this means that if the Supreme Court rules in favor of Dollar General, outside businesses may be able to commit other crimes...

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David Bernie Status Quo Chicago Police Mayor World News 23

World News #23 – Status Quo

Articles "Protestors want accountability for investigators whose inexplicable slowness allowed Van Dyke to remain on desk detail and to collect a paycheck from taxpayers. And the civic derelictions of duty run even deeper. They implicate Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, the city council, Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy,...

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David Bernie Violence Advisory Indian Country 52 Week 49

Indian Country 52 #49 – Violence Advisory

Articles "Almost a quarter of homicide victims in Canada last year were aboriginal, even though the country’s indigenous people account for just 5% of the population, newly released federal statistics show. Twenty-three percent of the country’s 516 homicide victims in 2014 were aboriginal, making them almost six...

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David Bernie Rethink Native American Heritage Indian Country 52 Week 48

Indian Country 52 #48 – REthink

Article "Black Friday. It's a de facto commercial holiday when millions of Americans stand in line for hours on end outside chain stores, often in bone-chilling temperatures, in the hopes of getting the latest and shiniest whatever at discounted prices. But November 27 is not just Black...

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