The Red Road Project is a fresh and candid collection of stories + photographs that explore the relationship between Native American people and their identity today. Our partnership as a photographer and writer duo makes for a multi-dimensional and engaging collaboration. Carlotta’s photographs capture the vivid story of the people we meet, while Danielle’s direct connection to Indian country offer an insider perspective.
Segregated at the bottom of society, Indigenous people in America have fought against stereotypes and the on-going attempts to see their cultural traditions, practices and language vanish. Dismal life expectancy, drug & alcohol addiction, sexual abuse, poverty, crime and the highest suicide rates in the country are just some of the issues American Indians face generation after generation. Time after time, these seem to be the only topics highlighted about these people in main stream media. However, it’s quite incredible just how resilient Native American people are and the inspiring stories we continue to capture through The Red Road Project prove just how hard the current generation is working to make a positive difference for their people. Our mission is to educate and pass on these stories to anyone that is willing to listen.
See the Red Road Project Website Here
Thursday, Nov. 17
Session times: 9 am, 10 am, 11 am, 1pm & 2 pm
Each Session last approx. 40min
Adults and Seniors: $3.00 per person
Children: $2.00 per person
Adults: $8.00 per person
Seniors: $7.00 per person
Children: $6.00 per person
*This price is for admission into the Native American Festival, which inicludes preformances by the Many Moccisans Dance Troup, Jerome Kills Small, and more. Details Here