Tribal tenen

Danses dels Inuït amb màscares i quina semblança més gran tenen amb els nostres caps grossos!

Danses dels Inuït amb màscares i quina semblança més gran tenen amb els nostres caps grossos!

M'encanten aquestes! amb el diferent dibuix a cada tros, i l'aire tribal que tenen, Hauré de decidir si vull que la meva ploma sigui tota llisa o amb detalls diferents com aquestes... Gran dilema!

M'encanten aquestes! amb el diferent dibuix a cada tros, i l'aire tribal que tenen, Hauré de decidir si vull que la meva ploma sigui tota llisa o amb detalls diferents com aquestes... Gran dilema!

Dogon people

Dogon people

Back Tattoo for Men of a Polynesian Ray pattern with a circular form simulating a apple #samoan #tattoo

Back Tattoo for Men of a Polynesian Ray pattern with a circular form simulating a apple #samoan #tattoo

teennagels, roze met groen

teennagels, roze met groen

Shadow of the Wolf & Native Wisdom & Poems of the Heart

Shadow of the Wolf & Native Wisdom & Poems of the Heart

New york 1900 - 1910

New york 1900 - 1910

Rare Alaska postcard of a Yup'ik Eskimo in shaman's outfit.

Rare Alaska postcard of a Yup'ik Eskimo in shaman's outfit.

f. e. williams: a masked dancer (elema people of papua new guinea), 1938

f. e. williams: a masked dancer (elema people of papua new guinea), 1938

Still from The Drums of Winter (Uksuum Cauyai), which explores the traditional dance, music and spiritual world of the Yupik Eskimo people of Emmonak in the Yukon Pass.

Still from The Drums of Winter (Uksuum Cauyai), which explores the traditional dance, music and spiritual world of the Yupik Eskimo people of Emmonak in the Yukon Pass.

Yupik woman sewing.  Wearing sealskin parky w/sunshine ruff

Yupik woman sewing. Wearing sealskin parky w/sunshine ruff

This 4,000 year lifestyle for the Inuit was shattered between 1950 and 1970 when a mass slaughter of Inuit sled dogs was conducted by Canadian police; first the Royal Canadian Mounted Police followed by the Quebec Provence Police.  The slaughter of 10 to 20 thousand sled dogs robbed the Inuit of their means of living a traditional life and their survival.  It led to depression, loss of dignity, substance abuse, disintegration of families, and near destruction of the Inuit society.

This 4,000 year lifestyle for the Inuit was shattered between 1950 and 1970 when a mass slaughter of Inuit sled dogs was conducted by Canadian police; first the Royal Canadian Mounted Police followed by the Quebec Provence Police. The slaughter of 10 to 20 thousand sled dogs robbed the Inuit of their means of living a traditional life and their survival. It led to depression, loss of dignity, substance abuse, disintegration of families, and near destruction of the Inuit society.

Canada | Native Inuit Women in Gala Dress. Fullerton, Northwest Territories ca. 1904 | Photo taken by Geraldine (J.D.) Moodie

Canada | Native Inuit Women in Gala Dress. Fullerton, Northwest Territories ca. 1904 | Photo taken by Geraldine (J.D.) Moodie

Copper Inuit couple - 1924

Copper Inuit couple - 1924

Cameroun-501 by Denis.L, via Flickr

Cameroun-501 by Denis.L, via Flickr

While talking of the ball to Mr. Bennet, Mrs. Bennet states that "'Jane was so admired, nothing could be like it. Every body said how well she looked; and Mr. Bingley thought her quite beautiful, and danced with her twice" (Austen 14). Mrs. Bennet assumes a relationship forming between Jane and Bingley due to her beauty, not considering the difference between each of their social statuses.

While talking of the ball to Mr. Bennet, Mrs. Bennet states that "'Jane was so admired, nothing could be like it. Every body said how well she looked; and Mr. Bingley thought her quite beautiful, and danced with her twice" (Austen 14). Mrs. Bennet assumes a relationship forming between Jane and Bingley due to her beauty, not considering the difference between each of their social statuses.

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