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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 911 is a Joke Reserves First Nations Indian Country 52 Week 47

Indian Country 52 #47 – 911 is a Joke

Articles "A judge examining the deaths of three children and a grandfather in house fires on remote northern Manitoba reserves says all First Nations communities should have 911 service. In her final report released Wednesday, Judge Tracey Lord recommended the emergency dispatch service be established on all...

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David Bernie Native Lives Matter Indian Country 52 Week 46

Indian Country 52 #46 – Native Lives Matter

Article "All the victims were Native Americans, and they’re just a small sample of a systemic problem. American Indians are more likely than any other racial group to be killed by the police, according to the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice, which studied police killings...

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David-Bernie Manifest Destiny Ayn Rand Country 52 Week 45

Indian Country 52 #45 – Manifest Destiny

Article "Rand then blamed Native Americans for breaking the agreements they made with the Euro-American colonialists. The historical reality, though, was exactly the contrary: white settlers constantly broke the treaties they made with the indigenous, and regularly attacked them. “Let’s suppose they were all beautifully innocent savages,...

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David Bernie Abolish Columbus Day Country 52 Week 44

Indian Country 52 #44 – Abolish Columbus

Article "It was an orgy of looting and butchery, faithfully recorded by eyewitnesses. The accounts are too graphic to quote, but they detail the widespread massacres, including of children, dashing out their brains, and even feeding them to the armoured attack dogs. This senseless savagery was...

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David Bernie Water Quality First Nations Indian Country 52 Week 43

Indian Country 52 #43 – Water Quality

Article "Two-thirds of all First Nation communities in Canada have been under at least one drinking water advisory at some time in the last decade, a CBC News investigation has revealed. The numbers show that 400 out of 618 First Nations in the country had some...

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David Bernie Every Child Matters First Nations Indian Country 52 Week 42

Indian Country 52 #42 – Every Child Matters

Article "Wearing orange T-shirts that read "All children matter" some 200 aboriginal people and their allies walked from City Hall to Pope John Paul II Senior Elementary School in Thunder Bay, Ont. on Wednesday to raise awareness about the legacy of residential schools. The elementary school was...

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David Bernie Sex Trafficking North Dakota Indian Country 52 Week 41

Indian Country 52 #41 – Sex Trafficking

Article "Six years ago, teenage girls on Fort Berthold, a Native American reservation in North Dakota, started showing up at school with unusual things: manicured nails, fancy makeup, iPods, brand-new cell phones. In a place where the poverty rate is often more than three times the...

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David Bernie Discrimination Abuse Indian Country 52 Week 40

Indian Country 52 #40 – Discrimination and Abuse

Article "Five years ago, psychiatrist R. Dale Walker was invited to a small Northern Plains reservation that had suffered 17 suicides in eight months. It was there, listening in a group therapy meeting, that he first heard the phrase "grieved out." Walker, who specializes in American Indian...

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David Bernie Decolonize Serra Indian Country 52 Week 39

Indian Country 52 #39 – Decanonize

Article "Lopez’s tribe wasn’t the only one to write letters to the pope opposing the canonization. In fact, according to NCR, a total of 55 tribes have written him letters, and an online petition has gathered more than 10,000 signatures. The letters and petition detailed the...

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David Bernie Hate the Game Shkreli World News 21

World News #21 – Hate the Game

Articles "On Sunday, the New York Times reported on the growing practice in the pharmaceutical industry of companies gobbling up the rights to old, but still vital drugs that treat life-threatening diseases and jacking up the price overnight. The staggering price hikes are then justified as...

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David Bernie Sixties Scoop First Nations Indian Country 52 Week 38

Indian Country 52 #38 – Sixties Scoop never ended

Article "Manitoba is seizing a record number of newborns – as many as 40 in one month from one downtown Winnipeg hospital – rather than supporting parents, Morgan said. Numbers tabled in the legislature in May show that, between 2008 and 2014, Manitoba has consistently apprehended between...

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David Bernie Chronic traumatic Encephalopathy NFL World News 20

World News #20 – CTE (NFL)

Article "Eighty-seven of 91 former NFL players who donated their brains to science after death tested positive for a brain disease that is believed to be linked with repeated head trauma and concussions, researchers said. The former players were found to have had chronic traumatic encephalopathy, known...

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David Bernie She had some Horses Indian Country 52 Week 37

Indian Country 52 #37 – She had some Horses

Article "Poet Joy Harjo, known for wedding social consciousness to her Muskogee Creek heritage and the south-west American landscape, has won a $100,000 prize for lifetime achievement. Harjo, 64, received the Wallace Stevens award for “proven mastery”, the Academy of American Poets announced on Thursday. The academy...

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David Bernie Assimilate Indian Country 52 Week 35

Indian Country 52 #36 – Assimilate

Article ""I think assimilation is an amazing thing," Paul told Ingraham. "A good example of how, even in our country, assimilation didn't happen — and it has been a disaster for the people — has been the Native American population on the reservations. "If they were...

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Indian Country 52 #35 – Billy Frank Jr Street

Articles "Indian Street will likely be renamed Billy Frank Jr. Street, after the Bellingham City Council asked staff to make the change. Council member Terry Bornemann requested the change, which was supported by the full council at its Monday, June 15, meeting. Council member Roxanne Murphy, a member...

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David Bernie No Natives Please Indian Country 52 Week 34

Indian Country 52 #34 – No Natives Please

Articles "A Kijiji ad to rent a three-bedroom home in Prince Albert, Sask., has been pulled after complaints of racism. The title of the ad read, "3 bedroom east flat house, no natives please." The text of the ad said newcomers to Canada were welcome, "but aboriginals will...

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