First Nations artist Dana Claxton had a great-grandmother who walked alongside Sitting Bull, and as a creator, curator and educator she’s made great strides addressing such overlooked histories. Find out more in this winter-issue feature by Lynne Bell.
Every August, Buffalo Boy returns to Burning Man, an annual festival held in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. During this week-long festival, the inhospitable desert is transformed into a temporary city in which difference and hybridity are embraced and connections among subjugated peoples are forged.
Storytelling for social change with Lori Blondeau