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"I was sitting in a prison, looking at the civil rights and the anti-war movement passing us by. I wanted to get out so bad to be a part of this movement. It was a new feeling out there, of a different kind of patriotism. Patriotism to human rights, to life instead of death. I wanted to be part of it. Just going to the police department en masse, there was like 200 of us. Just two weeks before that, we were scared to go by ourselves. We found strength in 200 of us, all Indian people, who had been beaten, mugged, arrested. Now here we were, we were going back to that same police department that arrested us and we were demanding action. It felt good to finally sense that there was power in unity, power in numbers." - Dennis Banks, American Indian Movement co-founder more
“The United States was founded on the murder, dislocation and genocide of the indigenous people of this land. These violent colonizers then became internationally wealthy on the abduction, enslavement, lynching and torture of African people. For the last 400 years, the U.S. has continued to imprison, oppress, abuse and murder black and brown people daily. more
Heroism represents the best of human nature no matter the perceived severity of a situation or need. Acts of kindness and courage are born from reaction and action. Such deeds, however, can often go … more
Mary Esther Winters welcomes customers into her cozy café at Taos Pueblo. more
Alley Cantina patrons make their way home from Taos Plaza after a night out. more
Taos loves its live music options. Durango, Colorado, band Liver Down the River performs at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership. Adrian Findley, TMB Mothership house sound tech, summed it up, "People … more
Under the light of his headlamp, Chris Caudill chops wood to help enliven a bonfire outside Taos Mesa Brewing. more
It's almost 6 a.m. and the crew is already hard at work preparing for the 7 a.m. breakfast rush at Michael's Kitchen. more
Daniel and Mike set out loaves of bread on the counter. more
Maria Muñoz chops lettuce for enchiladas at Michael's Kitchen. more
Maria Muñoz finishes the cinnamon rolls. more
Bring on the bacon. more
Gina Apodaca, co-owner and manager for the past 14 years of Michael’s Kitchen, prepares eggs for the breakfast crowd. more
Dolores Ortiz, an employee at Michael's Kitchen for 45 years, says she even worked at Spiveys Restaurant, the eatery that preceded Michael's back in the day. more
Jeremy gathers up baskets from the Smith's Food and Drug parking lot. more
Cameron Martinez Sr. carts wood into Taos Pueblo. more
Chris Caudill stokes the bonfire with freshly chopped wood outside Taos Mesa Brewing. more
Ceramic artist Mike Epperly smoothes the walls of a mug with a rib in Logan Wannamaker's pottery studio in Arroyo Seco. Epperly moved to Taos in May 2018 and is working as Wannamaker's apprentice. more
Brie Vigil and her mom just left Super Save Foods with ingredients for making pie. This was to be Brie's first pie made all on her own. more
Santiago Fresquez and Junior in the back of their parent's pickup outside of Super Save Foods. more
At the Super Save Foods parking lot, one of the Drake boys of Carson, New Mexico, shows off the calves they just purchased for a 4-H project. more
A ski student's first carpet ride of the day. more
Andy drives up from Española to Taos Pueblo most days to have lunch and do crossword puzzles. more
“I had woken up that morning with a full-blown cold, followed by a fender bender and it all went downhill from there. So by the time I stumbled into Chipper’s (Thompson) studio for … more
Recently engaged Nina and Dwayne get ready for a night on the town. They figured it was time for some dancing as they get ready to leave Smith's parking lot. more
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