"We’re living through a time of cultural reckoning and revelation surrounding identity, humanity, and belonging. "
"We’re inspired by Indigenous creator and lightworker @eloybida whose work sparks conversations around decoloniality."
"#indigenouspeoplesday . art by @eloybida"
'@eloybida - art for life"
Sculpted Warrior Palette. This palette is great for light, medium and deep skin tones. Contour and highlight. .
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Transgender and Two-Spirit People (MMIWGT2S) New York
YUROK NATION.: Community Service Inside the Native Tribe Transforming Justice.

This article was published in Wild Issue #92 | Fall/Winter 202
Chris Harwood speaks with Ronda Snow, the author of a new children's book, The Little People and the Water of Life that will be published in October by Black Bears and Blueberries Publishing. The book features illustrations by Eloy Bida, and tells the story of the little people and their gift of maple syrup to the Anishinaabe people.
The Fight to Free Leonard Peltier - Honoring Indigenous Culture & Heritage
Curator: Thalia Yarina Carroll-Cachimuel
September 10th- October 2nd, 2021 New York
"Today on #NationalNativeAmericanHeritageDay, we honor the fearless community of Native people across the United States. A day that celebrates the vibrant cultures, traditions, and heritages while recognizing the many contributions of Native Americans."
Art Videos displayed across the U.S. from tonight 10/8-10/15. They were displayed in Portrait, Landscape and the Dining Area screens as well.
earthandsky
"This zine celebrates creativity, talent, curiosity, inspiration and explores the creative process, following it wherever it goes."
Healing Justice is a framework that recognizes the impact of trauma and violence on individuals and communities.
Proud of my Indigenous Features
"My Arikara, Hidatsa, Blackfeet & Cree ancestor’s blood runs through these veins. I love my brown skin, naturally dark hair, and strong Indigenous features. "
Post inspired by the art of @eloybida
"For most people, medicine is something used to treat or cure a disease, often a man made drug …. In Native traditions, however, medicine is a way of achieving balance." - Edgar Villanueva, Decolonizing Wealth