Bears Ears: Views from a Sacred Land
Bears Ears: Views from a Sacred Land is a visual journey through Bears Ears National Monument revealing a subtle and nuanced landscape and the cultural artifacts within it. An introduction by Rebecca Robinson provides historical context for efforts to protect Bears Ears as well as a look at the present battle over the future of the landscape while a poem by Joy Harjo sets a tone of reflection leading into the photo essay.
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In the accompanying narrative Voices from Bears Ears: Seeking Common Ground on Sacred Land, through the voices of individuals and photographs of the landscape, we tell the story of a unique place with an exceptional history, and the people who call it home.