From the pueblos’ perspective

From the pueblos’ perspective

Exhibit tells unique history of N.M.’s Native Americans
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The entrance to the exhibition “100 Years of State and Federal Policy: The Impact on Pueblo Nations” introduces visitors to a timeline with photographs, letters, pottery and other crafts on display. Touch screens and QR codes provide links to videos, audio interviews and documents. The exhibition runs through February 2013 at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque.
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A photograph of Miguel Trujillo of Isleta Pueblo and his daughter is part of the exhibition. Trujillo made it possible for members of New Mexico’s tribes to vote in state and national elections.
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Pieces of pottery and other crafts are featured throughout the museum.
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“It’s important to teach the next generation so that they, too, going into their own futures, can understand what elements they have the ability to change,” says exhibition project manager Travis Suazo.
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The exhibition “100 Years of State and Federal Policy: The Impact on Pueblo Nations” opened this spring and runs through February at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque.
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If you go

100 Years Pueblo Exhibition: Through Feb. 4 at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, 2401 12th St. NW, Albuquerque, www.indianpueblo.org. Monday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Adults, $6; children under 18, $3; children under 5, free.

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