Taking Back the Narrative: Fstoppers Interviews Ryan RedCorn
The visual narrative of indigenous people in the United States has been largely controlled by cameras held in hands of those who don’t belong to their communities. Award-winning Osage photographer Ryan RedCorn is changing that one shutter click at a time.
The media we consume helps shape the way we see the world, how we see others, and even how we create our own identities. First Nations people have historically had little to no control over their own media narrative. “There’s a pattern that emerges when non-Indians are telling stories about indigenous people. And that pattern is usually some type of lamentation of the woes of indigenous people, or the destruction of indigenous people, or the poverty of indigenous people, or the trauma… all these stories that are being…
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