PhotoVoice Project

There is an old saying that, "A picture is worth a thousand words." The simplest description of PhotoVoice is a visual depiction of the community, by the community.

Photos from the 2021 Native Connections PhotoVoice project are featured on this website. Photographers are Nez Perce youth, young adults and parents / caregivers of youth and young adults.

This first group of photos were taken in response to the question, "What does self-love mean to you?"

2 Chloe Thompson self love_.jpg
2 Chloe Thompson self love_.jpg

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Ada Marks 2 self love.jpeg
Ada Marks 2 self love.jpeg

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Amil Mitchell.JPG
Amil Mitchell.JPG

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carrie being indigenous.jpeg
Beautiful Lake
Grass and Flowers

Native Connections

Nimiipuu Resilience

The overall goal is to promote behavioral health, wellness and self-care among Native American youth and young adults on or near the Nez Perce Reservation. Native Connections activities are planned and implemented by a native youth advisory board - NAHOVA (Native American Hear Our Voices Arise).

 

Joy

PhotoVoice

What brings you joy?

Gracie Broncheau my family friends and cat bring me joy.jpeg
Gracie Broncheau my family friends and cat bring me joy.jpeg

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1 Chloe Thompson.jpg
1 Chloe Thompson.jpg

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Amil Mitchell Joy.JPG
Amil Mitchell Joy.JPG

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Susan Broncheau calms.jpeg
amil mitchell calms.JPG
calms me down chloe thompson.jpg
carrie reuben mad or stressed.jpeg
Dave Sotomish calms4.jpg
Diane Ellenwood Photo Voice 4 - Calms.jpg
gracia broncheau music calms me down when I'm mad or stressed.jpeg
kolina james calms.jpg
maxine white temple calms you down.jpeg
patricia white temple calms1.jpg
patricia whitetemple calms2.jpg
Sayaqic broncheau 4 stress.jpg
Susan Broncheau calms.jpeg
What calms you down when you're mad or stressed2_MyraCampbell.jpg
What calms you down when you're mad or stressed3_MyraCampbell.jpg
Ada Marks 4 calms.jpeg
Dana sotomish calms_.jpeg

Calm

Photovoice

What calms you down when you are mad?

 
amil mitchell calms.JPG
Ada Marks 5 indigenous.jpeg
being indig. 5 amil mitchell.jpg
being indigenous accomplishment chloe thompson.jpg
carrie reuben being indigenous.jpeg
dana sotomish indigenous.jpeg
Dave Sotomish Indigenous 5.jpg
Diane Ellenwood Photo Voice 5 - Being Indigenous.jpg
maxine white temple being indigenous.jpeg
patricia whitetemple indigenous.jpg
patricia whitetemple indignenous.jpg
ribbon skirt_Maxine White Temple.jpeg
Sayaqic broncheau 5 indigenous.jpg
Susan Broncheau indigenous.jpeg
amil mithchell cultural activity.JPG
carrie reuben cultural activity.jpeg
Dana Sotomish cultural activity.jpeg
Dave Sotomish  culture.jpg
Diane Ellenwood Photo Voice 6 - Cultural.jpg
favorite cultural activities chloe thompson.jpg
gracia broncheau pick huckleberries.jpeg
maxine white temple  cultural activity.jpg
patricia whitetemple picking huckleberries.jpg
Sayaqic broncheau 6 cultural thing.jpg
susan broncheau cultural act.jpeg
What are you favorite cultural activities_Myra-Campbell.jpg

What does "Being Indigenous" mean to you?

Being Indigenous

 

Traditional and Cultural Practices

What are your favorite cultural activities?

Future Plans

PhotoVoice

What are your future plans? / What you look forward to in your future?

What are your future plans. Look forward to in the future_MyraCampbell.jpg
What are your future plans. Look forward to in the future_MyraCampbell.jpg

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Diane E future plans.jpg
Diane E future plans.jpg

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Ada Marks  future3.jpeg
Ada Marks future3.jpeg

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