How We Lived On It (45) – Geronimo

. Just over three years ago, Julia and I were present for the aftermath of a blessing ceremony – the participants and witnesses of which had been Apaches only – on the San Carlos Apache reservation. “The purpose of the ceremony,” I wrote at the time, “was to prepare the land for the installation of […]

“The American Indian Church” at Tikkun Daily

Check out Julia’s photo essay “The American Indian Church” (with a little verbal assist from Jay) in the art gallery section of Tikkun Daily, the new online adjunct to the  admirable Tikkun magazine. The photos were shot on the San Carlos Apache Reservation in Arizona. AJA

Not Your Grandfather’s (Grandfather’s) Apaches

Check out this striking and, ahem, high energy account in the Apache Moccasin of this year’s annual Apache Skate Blast on the San Carlos Apache Reservation, hosted as always by Art and Skate Board Warrior Douglas Miles and his Apache Skate Boards. Skate teams, bands, and vendors, Native and non, came from all parts. The […]

Commemorating the Apache Experience

They came from the Jicarilla Apache Tribe. They came from the Tonto Apache. The White Mountain Apache were there, and the Yavapai-Apache, and the Camp Verde Apache. They came from the San Carlos Apache Tribe. Under a grey, marbled dome of sky and the cross-hatched rays of light that sometimes broke through them, amid a […]