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Native American travels across U.S. photographing citizens of tribal nations

Maria Redin

Wilbur is Native American. Invariably strapped to her arm is a camera, and other than a few provisions and clothing, she owns little else. Last year she sold everything in her Seattle apartment, packed a few essentials into her car and then hit the road. Since then, she's been embarking on her most recent project, "Project 562."

The plan is to photograph citizens of each federally recognized tribe.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love how she's debunking stereotypes of Native Americans-- and that she's being so diligent about documenting everyone she can in each tribe.