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“如果影响者内容的肮脏相同让您感到不安, 你不是一个人. 最初的影响者可能是真正的破坏者, 但当今Instagram的大部分情况都受市场力量和计算算法的控制,导致大量玫瑰花色, 以欧洲为中心的图像. Hashtags通常可以由薄, 浅肤色的身体和粉饰的话语. 作为一个社区, 土著内容创作者正在重新定义“影响者”一词,”与甜心交易和过度策划的不良联系. 集体看, 他们的工作从社区的三重轴展开, 抵抗力和韧性. “殖民叙事将我们描述为没有文化和才能的人,,’”原住民权益倡导者Sarain Fox告诉《赫芬顿邮报》. “我们正在执行旨在消除我们的存在和故意伤害的政策, 有系统地设计使我们沉默. 我们的贡献被排除在教科书之外. 我希望我们的人民将自己视为他们令人难以置信的创造,并为我们来自的人民感到自豪. 代表事项. 我们的故事和观点至关重要。”, 传统工艺中的个人风格和艺术性成为进行政治定罪的有力工具. 大多数土著有影响力者的页面都带有精心制作的部落富豪. 世俗的服装被提升并通过特殊的修饰变得有意义: 定制鞋 (穆克卢克斯和鹿皮鞋), 本地人才制作的串珠首饰, 缎带层和手工刺绣贴花. T恤衫 (就像Stormie Perdash的作品一样, 咸黑羊创作和OXDX), 补偿, 现在面罩, 被视为特别有吸引力的抗议用画布. “首次, 我们毫不犹豫地占用了我们长期以来被拒之门外的空间. 这是创造力的激动人心的时刻,关注本土权利的环保主义者Nikita Kahpeaysewat表示。, 土著创作者呼吁他们的生活经历与媒体主流叙事之间的不和谐. 当凯莉·詹娜(Kylie Jenner)在大流行期间,在犹他州附近的老虎机峡谷中张贴度假照片时, 土著人的声音批评她可能危害附近纳瓦霍族(Navajo Nation)受COVID-19袭击的人口的健康, 受疾病影响最大的部落的家. 使用#whiteprivilege这样的标签, 人们指出,她至少可以做的就是利用她的相当大的知名度来阐明这个问题. 对于非本地人, 詹纳(Jenner)的相片拍摄没有任何问题. “成长, 被不相关的图像和理想所淹没会严重影响您作为土著人的心理健康,”说Patuk Glenn, 一位受欢迎的内容创作者,他领导着一家小型非营利组织,该组织致力于改善北极大片偏僻村民的生活. “通常,社交媒体平台会根据与土著社区无关的价值观来推送“社区准则”. 例如, 我们的帖子已被删除,因为不能看到死去的动物. … 当北极的土著人民大部分食物以动物为生时, 为什么我们无法分享这些图片? 我们对赋予我们生命的动物致以最大的敬意. 这意味着主流文化的价值观存在根本差异, 以及土著人民的价值观. 在某种方式, 由于价值观的差异,我们的声音被压制了, 对我来说,这是系统种族主义的另一种形式,她告诉HuffPost. 我们四舍五入 26 必须遵循的内容创建者如下。1. Lily Yeung在Instagram上查看此帖子由Lilium tigrinum分享的帖子 (@ lily.yeung) 在二月 7, 2020 在 4:48太平洋标准时间(PST)遗产: Diné-Chinese关注: 脑力激荡. Yeung像旧梦一样改造旧衣服2. Sarain Fox在Instagram上查看此帖子Sarain Fox分享的帖子 (@sarainfox) 在十月 4, 2020 在 11:14是PDT Heritage: 来自Batchawana First Nation的Anishinaabe: 从服装设计到电影制作的一切事情都获得土著卓越的认可. 福克斯的个人风格 (场外的优雅融合, 街头与传统) 请你做笔记. 她挖掘个人经历和本地历史来讲述自己的故事, 她的倡导工作受到人们的喜爱和广泛尊重. 3. Jessica Matten在Instagram上查看此帖子JESSICA✘MATTEN🦅分享的帖子 (@jessicamatten) 在八月 24, 2020 在 5:43pm PDT传统: Red RiverMétis-Cree关注: “部落”迷人的美丽面孔,”一部新的犯罪剧,让马登的性格与种族主义者的性格相提并论. 玛登(Matten)对她的政治表达强烈, 这告诉她选择角色和个人风格. 她还出演了Netflix节目“ Frontier,1700年代设定的关于野蛮野蛮行为的时期 (杰森·莫莫阿(Jason Momoa)) 着眼于北美利润丰厚的皮草贸易。4. TomásKarmelo Amaya在Instagram上查看此帖子TomásKarmelo Amaya分享的帖子 (@tomaskarmelo) 一月 21, 2018 在 6:55太平洋标准时间(PST)遗产: 一种:湿婆, 优美, Rarámuri关注: 强大, 面对主流的动人的原住民肖像 (白色) 带有优雅和尊严的叙事. 卡梅隆·阿玛亚(Karmelo Amaya)的视野和远见使他的讲故事品牌特别令人难忘。5. Jocy Bird View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jocy Bird (@jocy.bird) on Sep 22, 2020 在 6:36pm PDT传统: Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, DakotaFollow for: Stills and clips from Bird’s stunning pow-wow performances that make her look otherworldly. 6. Chelsey Luger View this post on Instagram A post shared by chelsey (@chelsey.moves) on Sep 29, 2020 在 1:16pm PDT传统: Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Follow for: Serene, therapeutic shots of Luger working out in beautiful gear. Luger and her partner are committed to pushing Indigenous representation in health and wellness media. Her fierce intellect comes through in her writing online; Luger was the first to break the Dakota Access Pipeline story at the behest of the tribal government at the time. 7. Sage Paul View this post on Instagram Happy Monday! I haven’t finished anything in a couple weeks other than this dress but I have about 5 projects on the go, I watch the husband and all his projects, I keep up with family and friends and that keeps me super happy. #quarentinelife #slowlife #slowfashion A post shared by SAGE PAUL (@sagepaul) on May 4, 2020 在 9:05是PDT Heritage: DenesulineFollow for: Style lessons in centering authenticity. Paul, who is the founding creative director of Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto, is radiant in everything she wears, and likes to finish her look with a nod to her roots. It’s always fun to discover design talent on her page, which she uses to amplify Native craftsmanship. Her own design language is raw and emotional, alive with the collective grief and rage of tribes across Native country. It is not meant to soothe: it is meant to unsettle, provoke, expose the strength and vulnerability of her people. Paul casts a wide net for inspiration, and her shares on Indigenous fashion history are bookmark-worthy. 8. James Jones View this post on Instagram A post shared by James Jones (@notoriouscree) on Jul 8, 2018 在 8:36pm PDT传统: CreeFollow for: Nuggets on Indigenous style and culture framed by Jones’ gentle humor. Jones is riveting no matter what: dancing in magnificent regalia, explaining why he wears his hair long or calling out cultural appropriation.9. Ashley Callingbull View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ashley Callingbull (@ashleycallingbull) on Apr 26, 2020 在 8:36pm PDT传统: Cree from Enoch Cree First NationFollow for: Callingbull’s efforts to expand Indigenous representation in media and entertainment via modeling assignments, glam photo shoots and content collaborations with fellow artists and activists. 10. Maka Monture Päki View this post on Instagram A post shared by MAKA MONTURE PÄKI (@makamonture) on May 5, 2020 在 1:30pm PDT传统: Tlingit, Filipino, Kanien’kehá:kaFollow for: Monture Päki’s storytelling and magical photographs. Her unusual beauty has animated several campaigns by Indigenous designers. 11. Nikita Kahpeaysewat View this post on Instagram A post shared by ᕒᐅᐨᐠ ᐅᐧᒪᐣ 🦋 (@nikitaelyse) on Sep 10, 2020 在 4:16pm PDT传统: NēhiyawFollow for: Kahpeaysewat’s fierce personal style that consistently foregrounds land rights, environmental autonomy and community building. 12. Tia Wood View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tia Wood (@tiamiscihk) on Jul 29, 2020 在 6:27pm PDT传统: Plains Cree, SalishFollow for: Uplifting Native takes on popular trends in music and pop culture. Wood is a musician and uses her wryly funny online voice to tackle serious stuff. Her account is filled with gorgeous photos of her attending community events in regalia.13. Larissa Crawford View this post on Instagram A post shared by LARISSA CRAWFORD (@larissa_speaks) 一月 9, 2020 在 1:19太平洋标准时间(PST)遗产: Métis-Jamaican Follow for: Glimpses into Crawford’s work on decolonizing conversations and social spaces, thrown into sharp relief by her honest photography. 14. Jamie Okuma View this post on Instagram A post shared by J A M I E O K U M A (@j.okuma) on Sep 18, 2020 在 7:12pm PDT传统: Luiseno, Shoshone Bannock Follow for: Regal fashion that visibly transforms the wearer. Okuma’s unfailingly exquisite work as a beading maestro and designer is part of many notable museum exhibits. Her page is a showcase for upcoming launches, sneak peeks at process and technique and reposts of people rocking her creations with pride. 15. Nicole Nakrialnguq View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nicole Nakrialnguq 𓄇𓆃𓐑 (@adventuresoulnicole) on Sep 4, 2020 在 9:14pm PDT传统: Yup’ik Inuit Follow for: The surreal beauty of Nakrialnguq’s travel and style diary. Her photos feature breathtaking natural backdrops in an assertion of Native identity as a thing inextricable from nature. 16. Ryan Oliverius View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ryan Oliverius ⚡️ (@ryanoliverius) on Dec 4, 2019 在 4:29太平洋标准时间(PST)遗产: Syilx from the Okanagan NationFollow for: Tender photo dispatches from the reservation. His work radiates small-town warmth and still feels radical. 17. Lesley Hampton View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lesley Hampton (@lesley_hampton) on Sep 7, 2019 在 4:49pm PDT传统: Temagami First NationFollow for: Fun, sophisticated fashion that is serious about giving back. Hampton, who is both a model and a designer, strives to normalize all body types and ethnicities in couture. Her genius lies in pushing limits on form and texture: check out Never Have I Ever star Maitreyi Ramakrishnan in her extraordinary textured bomber here. Her inclusive casting calls, shoutouts to relatively little known artists and BTS shares are the best things about her page. 18. Kendra Jessie View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kendra Rosychuk (@kendrajessie) 在八月 16, 2020 在 7:58pm PDT传统: Cree from Sucker Cree First NationFollow for: Flawless on-trend streetwear looks that mirror Jessie’s anti-colonial politics. Jessie is most recognizable as one among the many striking faces of Cheekbone Beauty, a Native-owned and -run beauty brand. 19. Tiffany Black View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tiffany Black (@tifffay) on Apr 27, 2020 在 10:39是PDT Heritage: NavajoFollow for: Eye makeup that uses every color in the rainbow, all the better to stand out in a masked new world!20. Patuk Glenn View this post on Instagram A post shared by Patuk Glenn (@patukpatuk) on May 31, 2019 在 4:42pm PDT传统: IñupiaqFollow for: Fascinating looks at life in the Arctic via Glenn’s twinkling persona. Earlier this year, a TikTok video she made about the ice cellar behind her mother’s home went viral. Whether she’s repping local designers in her pretty atikluks (a type of functional over-garment with big pockets in the front and an optional gentle flare at the hem) or sporting jewelry made with unique natural materials, Glenn’s page is a goldmine of information on her community’s way of life. 21. Naiomi Glasses View this post on Instagram A post shared by Naiomi Glasses (@naiomiglasses) 在二月 25, 2020 在 1:34太平洋标准时间(PST)遗产: DinéFollow for: Color-drenched shots of Glasses in traditional garments and exquisite jewelry. No one does big blouses and ribbon skirts better! 22. Casey Jake Smith View this post on Instagram A post shared by Casey Jake Smith (@thenavajofellow) 一月 5, 2020 在 4:24太平洋标准时间(PST)遗产: DinéFollow for: A visual upending of perceptions around Indigenous folks practicing medicine. Smith, who is a doctor, uses both personal style and commentary on his other page, @rezziesinmedicine, to grow interest in minority health care priorities. 23. Lakisha S. Custer-Sewap View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𝐋𝐀𝐊𝐈𝐒𝐇𝐀 𝐒 𝐂𝐔𝐒𝐓𝐄𝐑-𝐒𝐄𝐖𝐀𝐏 (@nithaomalakisha) on May 12, 2020 在 7:12pm PDT传统: Woodland CreeFollow for: Hair and makeup inspiration. Custer-Sewap adds her own twist to viral trends like Billie Eilish’s punchy neon head-to-toe look and Kim Kardashian’s mermaid hair. 24. Korina Emmerich View this post on Instagram A post shared by 🔺EMME🔺 (@korinaemmerich) on Sep 12, 2020 在 7:24是PDT Heritage: Puyallup from Coast Salish Territory Follow for: Emmerich’s quietly disruptive design vocabulary. Her work as a fashion designer is anchored firmly in Native rights advocacy and the slow fashion movement. 25. Adam Sings In The Timber View this post on Instagram A post shared by Adam Sings In The Timber (@singsinthetimber) on Sep 8, 2020 在 1:00pm PDT传统: Apsáalooke/CrowFollow for: Dazzling documentary-style photography that is unflinchingly political. 26. Kahara Hodges View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kahara Hodges (@kaharahodges) on Sep 29, 2020 在 5:48pm PDT传统: Diné, English, Mexican, African-American Follow for: Sweet reflections on motherhood, representation and diversity in the beauty and fashion industries and life in Native country. Hodges, who is also an accomplished vocalist, has modeled for Nike, KKW Beauty and L’Oreal.

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