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Movement Mondays: Louisiana Coastline Assemblage for Indigenous Peoples’ Day

New Orleans is referred to as Bulbancha by the Choctaw meaning “the place of many languages” or “the place of many tongues”. The city occupies the territory and traditional homelands of the Chahta Yakni (Choctaw) and Chitimacha.* Español abajo Recreate the Louisiana coastline with elements of nature!  For seven years, the artist Kael Alford photographed two…

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