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Rakel Reum, 20, wears a shall with her cousin Jermain Charlo’s face printed across it during grand entry at the annual powwow in Arlee, Montana. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Jermaine Charlo has been missing since June of last year. Rakel said she wore the shall to remind the public Jermain is still out there and to remind young Native American women to watch their surroundings. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Native women on some reservations are murdered at rates 10 times higher than the national average. Photo by @tailyrirvine In honor of #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth, we’ll be spotlighting some of the talented Native and Indigenous creatives in our community. Join us in celebrating these resilient people and remembering the millions of lives lost to colonialism and the thousands of #MMIW. Tag your favorite Native and Indigenous photographers, directors, artists, writers, etc below or DM us to submit your work! #MMIW #NativeHeritageMonth #girlgaze
Ghostly 🌹 Photo by @brunavalenca #girlgaze
Dreamy eyes ✨ Photo by @parishelena featuring @pyperamerica. Makeup by @marygenemua and hair by @takishahair #girlgazebeauty #girlgaze
Kimberly, 9, has been sleeping in a truck with their family for days following the evacuation from the Kincade Fire at the Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds. Their parents are migrant workers and are concerned that they will not have work when they get to go home. Photo by @gabrielleluriephoto #girlgaze
Beach babes and pups 🏖️ Photo by @photosshmoto #girlgaze
Messy red 💄 Photo by @martabevacqua for @thevioletbook. In collaboration with @leabonleabon, @andreaetlou, @hugo_villard, and @caroldouard #girlgaze
Big smooch 💋 Photo from featuring @evanparness and @kenziexking #girlgaze
Pink world 🎀 Photo by @luisamlgrfeaturing @_carolmontandon. Makeup by @laislarchermakeup #girlgazebeauty #girlgaze
“We live in a world where we don’t allow people to have second chances. I think about food in my nephews mouth I think about the stigma my sister has had to face. My nephew is going to struggle because my sister has a record. She can’t provide the way she wants to provide for my nephew ” — @tau_creative Sisters, Hafsa + Tauheedah grew up in South Central LA, a community heavily impacted by the war on drugs. Their father was sentenced to 16 years in prison and they are both healing from having their father behind bars for most of their lives and from the trauma their community has faced. Hafsa, 22, has been on probation for 3 years for possession of cannabis which she explains is used as medicine for stress. She now struggles while raising her 2 year old son to find a good paying job with benefits. The barriers that come with a record have a rippling effect for generations. Photo/styling by @thaliagochez via @equityfirstalliance in collaboration with @besito and @treefemmecollective. Style assistance by @yelzieee, photo assistance by @og.soriano, and makeup by @jennybouton #girlgaze •