Black Hills, Dark History: A Photo Essay

In this presentation at TEDxDU at University of Denver, non-Aboriginal photographer Aaron Huey discusses his series of images taken over 5 years on the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota Sioux reservation, a place Huey describes as “ground zero for Native issues in the U.S.” Juxtaposing historical milestones in the US/Lakota relationship with contemporary photographs, Huey showcases the strength and sorrow of Indigenous life in America, then and now.

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