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Siddi Girl in India

Siddi Girl in India

Bhil Tribeswoman - 
Bhils are majorly found in Central India, i.e. The state of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and far-east in Tripura. Bhils were the warriors in Maharana Pratap & Chhatrapati Shivaji’s Army.
Bhil Tribeswoman - 

Bhils are majorly found in Central India, i.e. The state of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and far-east in Tripura. Bhils were the warriors in Maharana Pratap & Chhatrapati Shivaji’s Army.

Vanishing Tribes - Kalam, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea - Jimmy Nelson

Vanishing Tribes - Kalam, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea - Jimmy Nelson

Native American Shaman Circle

Native American Shaman Circle

Quanah Parker, Comanche Indian Chief

Quanah Parker, Comanche Indian Chief

BRAZIL’S INDIGENOUS INDIANS FIND THE COURAGE TO STAND UP AND BE COUNTED
By Nicolas Boursier LE MONDE/Worldcrunch

RIO DE JANEIRO – She carries the weight of her people on her shoulders and that makes her beautiful. With her seashell and pearl necklace around the neck, her tanned tattooed skin, her feathers of different sizes and her bright and vividly colored skeins, Vangri Kaingang is a proud native and she’s not afraid to show it.
Descended from the Kaingang tribe from the south of Brazil, this urban indigenous woman lives in Rio de Janeiro. Vangri, 31, works as a bilingual Portuguese-Kaingang youth worker – which is just another way to claim and share her background. “The state has always ignored us, as if we did not exist,” she says.
MORE  http://www.worldcrunch.com/culture-society/brazil-039-s-indigenous-indians-find-the-courage-to-stand-up-and-be-counted/indigenous-brazil-indian-tribe/c3s9361/#.UDQ9mamPXs0

BRAZIL’S INDIGENOUS INDIANS FIND THE COURAGE TO STAND UP AND BE COUNTED

By Nicolas Boursier 
LE MONDE/Worldcrunch

RIO DE JANEIRO – She carries the weight of her people on her shoulders and that makes her beautiful. With her seashell and pearl necklace around the neck, her tanned tattooed skin, her feathers of different sizes and her bright and vividly colored skeins, Vangri Kaingang is a proud native and she’s not afraid to show it.

Descended from the Kaingang tribe from the south of Brazil, this urban indigenous woman lives in Rio de Janeiro. Vangri, 31, works as a bilingual Portuguese-Kaingang youth worker – which is just another way to claim and share her background. “The state has always ignored us, as if we did not exist,” she says.

MORE  http://www.worldcrunch.com/culture-society/brazil-039-s-indigenous-indians-find-the-courage-to-stand-up-and-be-counted/indigenous-brazil-indian-tribe/c3s9361/#.UDQ9mamPXs0

Cheyenne Warriors on the Plains

Cheyenne Warriors on the Plains

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Tribes in United States

Tribes in United States

Samoan Man at Sunset - Samoan Tattoo (Photo by Chris Rainier)
Samoa is considered the epicenter of tribal tattooing in the South Pacific. Unlike the rest of Polynesia, traditional tattooing never died here. Considered an integral part of initiation into Samoan culture mainly for men, but also for women, the markings are made at puberty. The men’s tattoos often depict the traditional Samoan canoe. 

Samoan Man at Sunset - Samoan Tattoo (Photo by Chris Rainier)

Samoa is considered the epicenter of tribal tattooing in the South Pacific. Unlike the rest of Polynesia, traditional tattooing never died here. Considered an integral part of initiation into Samoan culture mainly for men, but also for women, the markings are made at puberty. The men’s tattoos often depict the traditional Samoan canoe. 

Ashaninka Girl ~ The Ashaninka apply face-paint each day. Made from the seeds of the urucum plant, the paint has a rich, red color.
Photo by Mike Goldwater
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Photo by Mike Goldwater

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In Thailand they would say she’s from the: “Big Ear Tribe…” 

In Thailand they would say she’s from the: “Big Ear Tribe…” 

More from the Omo Valley Tribes - by Brent Stirton 

More from the Omo Valley Tribes - by Brent Stirton 

The Omo Valley Tribes of Southern Ethiopia -by Brent Stirton

The Omo Valley Tribes of Southern Ethiopia -by Brent Stirton