Remember that Thanksgiving episode of Roseanne where they got all real and talked about the actual bloody, awful history of this country and its indigenous people? Let's do that again- but without the wit and costumes, because I'm tired and it's cold outside. Also let's nix the DJ part, because he got so creepy in the later years.
I came across this TED video of documentary photographer Aaron Huey's project on the Lakota people in South Dakota. I love to see well executed projects that have a social message as well. If it weren't for Mr. Huey, this part of our history may have continued to be ignored. He created work that is haunting and beautiful, forcing the viewer to think about the culture as it is now as well as our collective history leading up to it. Pretty rad.
Let's do the mashed potato,