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AUGUST 2017 UPDATE!

New Videos! New Poetry, New Tattoos! New Mural! Tribal Canoe Journeys 2017! _________________________________________________________________________   Video of “In honor of Indigenous wombyn” spoken word piece by yours truly featuring Echo Aleck reciting her piece “Woman’s Warrior Strength” at Campbell River protocol during Tribal Journeys. Permission was granted by the composer of the “Women’s Warrior” song to present the collaborative piece in this way. Video by Project 562 WATCH VIDEO HERE _________________________________________________________________________   “Tattooing in the big house” video footage of yours truly doing a traditional hand poke tattoo on a coordinator of the hosting nations of the We Wai Kai and Wei Wai Kum people. Video by Qatuwas productions during tribal canoe journeys 2017. WATCH VIDEO HERE _________________________________________________________________________   New Poem “Consider Their Flag” people trippin on this situation but we already too use to this shit. 525 years of genocide still has not nor will not break the strength of our perserverance. even now we must rise up fearless. bullets as prayers so loud they forced to hear us. we cannot underestimate our own ability to retaliate. the weapons we choose must be of our strongest strength. we must move at the same time. together. keep em locked and loaded, pay attention to […]
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New Video and more!

Click HERE to read the new VICE interview on yours truly. Click HERE view the brand new tattoo video work by Q’ATUWAS PRODUCTIONS “COASTAL WOMBYNS RESISTANCE” NEW PRINTS NOW AVAILABLE! “Coastal Wombyns Resistance”. acryllics on canvas 2016 by Nahaan. “KEEP IT IN THE GROUND” is a reference to oil, gas, ores, and trees, that are referred to as “resources” by the oppressors, and “relatives” by the truly Indigenous. Since the march in Vancouver is on the coast, as is the solidarity action in Seattle the Wombyn in the painting is also resisting going missing and or going murdered.$60 + Shipping – Send email for further info HAND POUNDED TLINGIT JEWELERY- Cause copper was more valuable than gold or silver back in the day. Made Tlingit Tuff. COPPER BRACELETS $80 + SHIPPING. COPPER EARRINGS $40 + SHIPPING -Send email for further info
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September photos and October events

Another busy month of October fo ya boi! 3 dance group presentations, 2 art shows in 2 countries, and 1 concert! Also a brand new spoken word video! Below you will also find works that i did in Standing Rock North Dakota and Victoria BC. I also am resuming Tlingit Language classes every Saturday and am also doing a class on Decolonization every Wednesday both at Chief Seattle Club. Our dance group “Náakw Dancers” has 3 presentations coming up in October… -Thursday October 6th at 12pm at Chief Seattle Club Fundraiser. Everyone welcome! -Monday October 10th at 3pm at Shoreline Community College Indigenous Peoples day Celebration. Everyone welcome! -Wednesday October 12th 5pm at Highline High school for their Indigenous Peoples Celebration. Everyone welcome! — “Bloodlines” at Bridge Productions in Georgetown Seattle Wa. Opening Wednesday October 5th-30th. Ill have some canvas work, prints and doing traditional tattoos as well. — Our band “Khu.éex'” has a concert on Saturday October 29th at 730pm at Town Hall Seattle Wa. Everyone welcome! — “Decolonize your mind-Origins of Oppression on Indigenous Lands” Wednesdays- September 28th, 12-2pm. October 5th, 19th and 26th. through December. Indigenous people only. “Tlingit Language Circle” Saturdays -October 1st, 22nd and 29th […]
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Nahaans May and June events and appearances

Upcoming public events in the Pacific Northwest that Nahaan will be presenting at for the months of May and June 2016: Tlingit language classes. Wednesdays, May 11th, and 25th, June 1st 2016 12 – 2pm Chief Seattle Club 410 2nd Ave Ext S, Seattle, WA 98104 Spoken word/ Poetry reading “Women on the brink opening and Way Elsewhere book release” Thursday, May 12th 2016 5-9pm Vermillion 1508 11th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122 Seal and Sea Otter- Lecture “Indigenous foods and ecological knowledge symposium” Friday, May 13th 2016 2-230 pm wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ Intellectual House at University of Washington, 4249 Whitman Ct, Seattle, WA 98196 Paintings, Carvings, Tattoo Booking/ Consultation NW Native Art Market Saturday, May 14th 2016 9am- 3 pm Burke Museum 4331 Memorial Way Northeast, Seattle, WA 98195 Spoken Word/ Storytelling NW Native Celebration Sunday, May 15th 2016 12pm Tacoma Art Museum, 1701 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402 Group Discussion: Community Building, Social Justice and Leadership             Native Student Success Summit                                                             Wednesday, May 18th 2016   […]
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