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TRUE STORIES from NAVAJO
November 21st 1pm
4401 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90027
True Stories from the Navajo Nation
Fried flour and lard will be served
Native flautist performs
The Navajo-Churro sheep is the original breed. Known for its hardiness and long, coarse fleece, it sustained Navajo, Pueblo and Hispanic people for nearly 400 years. Almost extinct a generation ago, the Navajo-Churro is making a comeback. Ensuring the survival of the breed and the rich heritage associated with it.
After spending years living off the Navajo Reservation, B. Emerson Kitsman, a contemporary Navajo landscape painter, returned to her homeland a stranger. Through her commitment to the home her mother built and her love of the bold and beautiful landscapes of the Navajo Reservation, the artist has endured many hardships and difficulties within her small community.