2014 NAJA CONFERENCE

The Su-nu-nu-shinai dancers welcomed NAJA during its opening ceremony Thursday night. A male dancer is playing his flute in his traditional regalia. –DION TAPAHE/PROJECT PHOENIX

2014 NAJA CONFERENCE

Kaylee Pinola, a performer with the Su-nu-nu-shinai dancers of the Pomo Indians from Northern California, is waiting to perform on stage. The dance group was featured at the NAJA opening ceremony. – DION TAPAHE/PROJECT PHOENIX

2014 NAJA CONFERENCE

The 2014 NAJA conference is focused on telling stories using mobile and wireless technology. – DION TAPAHE/PROJECT PHOENIX

2014 NAJA CONFERENCE

The 30th annual NAJA conference opening ceremony Thursday night recognized Native American veterans including from left to right, Donovan Quintero, Marlon WhiteEagle, and Reggie George. – JOSH PULLIUM/PROJECT PHOENIX

2014 NAJA CONFERENCE

Patty Talahongva, a long time NAJA leader and broadcast journalist addresses about 200 attendees at the 2014 opening ceremonies Thursday night. JOSH PULLIUM/PROJECT PHOENIX

WONDO SHARES CULTURE THROUGH SOCCER

Feeling the summer heat, Chris Wondolowski pulls his shirt up to wipe his face during practice at Santa Clara University, See VIDEO HERE. PHOTO BY BRANDON FRYE/NATIVE VOICE

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