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Indigenous forms of storytelling have been demonized, outlawed and erased, because of their power. This is a form violence done in the name of colonization and “progress”. The ways in which land, communities and culture have continuously been harmed by white supremacy are braided together, just as our stories of collective care, resilience and endless ingenuity.  


The Nameless Narratives project aims to weave together the minimized stories of Communities of Color. We journey through historical texts, first person narratives, and archives, and assemble new stories through the lenses of contemporary artists of color. Each place-based exhibition seeks to amplify the voices of those living in the community, and the folks whose love, labor and lives, has made it possible.  


Photos By M. Karlos Baca

Featured Artists:

Allyssa Pacheco

Chad Yellowjohn

Chelsie Nicole Begoody

Cristen Alexandria 

Destiny Morgan

Hope Gamble

Jaycherie Little

Regena Benally

Tanóok D. Neal

Tizrah Camacho

Venaya Yazzie

To learn more about Nameless Narratives please email us at

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