She shines ✨ across the prairies! I released 10 pairs of these beautiful earrings with antique steel cuts beads from 1880-1920’s a few weeks ago & they were all scooped up.
... I originally planned to release 5 more pairs on my website launch, but I undercounted my beads 😅 and I will now have 7 pairs available on my online store * launch date cross my fingers at the end of the month. Some will be incorporated with 24K plated gold beads & sterling silver beads 💓
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#Regram#RG @UNFoundation: Kayapo, Brazil @CristinaMittermeier / “A young Kayapo woman carries her baby in the forest. The people of the village of Kubenkrajke are raised to believe that that if they are good to the forest and the river, they will be provided with everything they need to sustain themselves. The Kayapo people live across 46 villages in the southeastern Amazon region of Brazil. Despite threats from deforestation, they have protected over 10 million hectares of rainforests and savannahs. Stopping deforestation is vital for sustaining livelihoods, protecting biodiversity and mitigating climate change. And indigenous people have an essential role to play. @UN’s REDD+ programme aims to safeguard forests globally, by helping developing countries reduce emissions from forested lands and invest in sustainable development. The programme is working to ensure that indigenous voices are heard in this decision-making.”. This photo was shared by National Geographic photographer & @Sea_Legacy founder @CristinaMittermeier, as part of our #EyeOnClimate challenge - a campaign dedicated to raising the profile of climate change solutions in the lead up to the Global Climate Action Summit, #GCAS2018 .. How is your #EyeOnClimate ? Inspire action by sharing the climate solutions you see. unfoundation....#climateaction#climatechange#SDGs#GlobalGoals#SDG13#GlobalGoal13#Brazil#indigenouswomen#deforestation#indigenouspeople#rainforest#kayapo#amazonrainforest
Omg so just realised that the first vid I posted wasn't even the full vid 🤣🤦🏽♀️ must be that app I used to edit it 🤦🏽♀️🤦🏽♀️ I'll keep it up just for lols 🤪 any who! this is a full close up mugshot without the edits but it is the whole story so ... enjoy 🤗 ''Kia ora!
I created this video to share on my personal page on fb but I thought actually hold up let me just share it here too because I really believe it may add value to some of you gram fam 💋'' #artist#art#localartist#gisborne#nz#aotearoa#tattooartist#painter#fitmom#healthandfitness#mamasez
Who says there’s no water in the desert? Photo of @nativesoutdoors Ambassador @llcooljennings by @desertsirena
From their website: NativesOutdoors is an outdoor products company whose products serve to support indigenous people.
NativesOutdoors began as a social media project in March 2017 by @lennecefer (Diné) to highlight the stories and photos of Native people in outdoor recreation to address the lack of representation of indigenous people in the outdoor industry.
The organization has expanded to providing advisory and consulting services to the outdoor industry on topics within the intersection of tribes, public lands, and outdoor recreation.
NativesOutdoors is working directly with tribal governments, community organizations, and individuals on increasing access to outdoor recreation and connecting resources and opportunities within the outdoor industry.
Further to our previous introduction of Lola Greeno, she is the first Indigenous artist to receive the National Living Treasure; Master of Australian Craft Award for 30 years of experience in the craft industry. In addition to her artisitic practice, she works with school groups promoting cultural knowledge showing images of the processes of making shell necklaces.