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This Native American Life
In 2016, photographer Kyle La Mere had the privilege of meeting Mary, Anna and Katie Harris, while photographing them as part of a magazine shoot on the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Eastern Oregon, where their tribe was relocated after the Treaty of 1855.
Kyle was instantly awestruck by their vibrant culture and their determination to preserve their tribal rituals, regalia and sacred land, by honoring traditions that have been passed down from their elders over hundreds of years.
He returned to Oregon on three separate occasions to document them in 2017 and 2018, and this NFT collection includes some of their favorite 4K moving images from those times they shared together.
Importantly, profits from all NFT sales from this collection will be shared with the Harris sisters, and 20% of all profits from this collection will be donated to the Nez Perce Wallowa Homeland, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit which protects and maintains the Nez Perce tribe's sacred homeland in Eastern Oregon.