Jayla Reddick, 11, center, Keliss McClira, 11, right and Amaurie Anderson, 13, left, wait for directions during a Prancing Dancerettes rehearsal before performing at the 30th Annual City of Tampa Martin Luther King Day Parade on Monday, January 21, 2019 in Tampa, Florida.

Jayla Reddick, 11, center, Keliss McClira, 11, right and Amaurie Anderson, 13, left, wait for directions during a Prancing Dancerettes rehearsal before performing at the 30th Annual City of Tampa Martin Luther King Day Parade on Monday, January 21, 2019 in Tampa, Florida.

 Sisters Grecia and Ilse Rangel find light to take photographs after the attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Frida Kahlo in one location at the Dallas Museum of the Art in Dallas on July 6, 2017. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)

Sisters Grecia and Ilse Rangel find light to take photographs after the attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Frida Kahlo in one location at the Dallas Museum of the Art in Dallas on July 6, 2017. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)

 Rakel Reum, 20, wears a shall with her cousin Jermain Charlo’s face printed across it during grand entry at the annual powwow in Arlee, Montana. Jermaine Charlo has been missing since June of last year. Rakel said she wore the shall to remind the public Jermain is still out there and to remind young Native American women to watch their surroundings. Native women on some reservations are murdered at rates 10 times higher than the national average.

Rakel Reum, 20, wears a shall with her cousin Jermain Charlo’s face printed across it during grand entry at the annual powwow in Arlee, Montana. Jermaine Charlo has been missing since June of last year. Rakel said she wore the shall to remind the public Jermain is still out there and to remind young Native American women to watch their surroundings. Native women on some reservations are murdered at rates 10 times higher than the national average.

 Members of the Prancing Dancerettes rehearse before performing in the 30th Annual City of Tampa Martin Luther King Day Parade on Monday, January 21, 2019 in Tampa, Florida.

Members of the Prancing Dancerettes rehearse before performing in the 30th Annual City of Tampa Martin Luther King Day Parade on Monday, January 21, 2019 in Tampa, Florida.

 Luis Bermudez, 21, of Tampa, flies over the lip of the bowl before the Go Skateboarding Day at the Bro Bowl located at Perry Harvey Sr. Park on Thursday, June 21, 2018 in Tampa

Luis Bermudez, 21, of Tampa, flies over the lip of the bowl before the Go Skateboarding Day at the Bro Bowl located at Perry Harvey Sr. Park on Thursday, June 21, 2018 in Tampa

 Nathan Cobbs, 4, of Brandon waves the flag above his head during the Fourth of July parade Saturday, July 4, 2018 in Brandon, FL.

Nathan Cobbs, 4, of Brandon waves the flag above his head during the Fourth of July parade Saturday, July 4, 2018 in Brandon, FL.

 Thousands of veterans and supporters gathered on Highway 1806 near the Oceti Sakowin Camp for the veterans march on December 5, 2016. The group marched to the front lines to pray and dance after the Army Corps decision to evaluate alternative routes for the Dakota Access pipeline.

Thousands of veterans and supporters gathered on Highway 1806 near the Oceti Sakowin Camp for the veterans march on December 5, 2016. The group marched to the front lines to pray and dance after the Army Corps decision to evaluate alternative routes for the Dakota Access pipeline.

 Marley Leyva 4, watches rain roll down a window during an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Frida Kahlo in one location at the Dallas Museum of the Art in Dallas on July 6, 2017. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)

Marley Leyva 4, watches rain roll down a window during an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Frida Kahlo in one location at the Dallas Museum of the Art in Dallas on July 6, 2017. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)

 Iaitia Farrell, 19, picks sp̓eƛ̓m (bitterroot) with a class from the Salish School of Spokane on April 29, 2019. Sp̓eƛ̓m was a staple food for the Salish people. The Salish School of Spokane is a Salish language immersion school dedicated to teaching the language and traditions of the Salish People.

Iaitia Farrell, 19, picks sp̓eƛ̓m (bitterroot) with a class from the Salish School of Spokane on April 29, 2019. Sp̓eƛ̓m was a staple food for the Salish people. The Salish School of Spokane is a Salish language immersion school dedicated to teaching the language and traditions of the Salish People.

 Louis McDonald rests his hand on the Medicine Tree during the Salish Tribe's annual trip on September 28, 2017. The Medicine Tree is located off the Flathead Reservation in the Salish's aboriginal homeland. The tree is part of the Salish's creation story and every year members of the tribe return to it to pray.

Louis McDonald rests his hand on the Medicine Tree during the Salish Tribe's annual trip on September 28, 2017. The Medicine Tree is located off the Flathead Reservation in the Salish's aboriginal homeland. The tree is part of the Salish's creation story and every year members of the tribe return to it to pray.

 Cross retriever Ilias Skandaliaris, 17, of Tarpon Springs, reaches into the crowd as he is carried by fellow cross divers to the Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church during Epiphany at Spring Bayou in Tarpon Springs, Florida on Sunday, January 6, 2019. The celebration in Tarpon Springs is often called the largest Epiphany celebration in the Western Hemisphere.

Cross retriever Ilias Skandaliaris, 17, of Tarpon Springs, reaches into the crowd as he is carried by fellow cross divers to the Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church during Epiphany at Spring Bayou in Tarpon Springs, Florida on Sunday, January 6, 2019. The celebration in Tarpon Springs is often called the largest Epiphany celebration in the Western Hemisphere.

 Traccarria Camper, 13, holds a balloon and candle during a prayer vigil held in honor of Kaytlynn Cargill, 13, at Central Junior High School in Euless, Texas on June 22, 2017. Cargill’s body was found on June 21, two days after she disappeared Monday evening while walking her dog. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)

Traccarria Camper, 13, holds a balloon and candle during a prayer vigil held in honor of Kaytlynn Cargill, 13, at Central Junior High School in Euless, Texas on June 22, 2017. Cargill’s body was found on June 21, two days after she disappeared Monday evening while walking her dog. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)

 Dove bearer Stella Bilirakis, 15, calms the dove during Epiphany at Spring Bayou in Tarpon Springs, Florida on Sunday, January 6, 2019. The celebration in Tarpon Springs is often called the largest Epiphany celebration in the Western Hemisphere.

Dove bearer Stella Bilirakis, 15, calms the dove during Epiphany at Spring Bayou in Tarpon Springs, Florida on Sunday, January 6, 2019. The celebration in Tarpon Springs is often called the largest Epiphany celebration in the Western Hemisphere.

 People walk around the destroyed portion of Alligator Drive in Alligator Point on October 12, 2018. Alligator Drive, along with several structures were destroyed in when Hurricane Michael hit the area on October 11, 2018.

People walk around the destroyed portion of Alligator Drive in Alligator Point on October 12, 2018. Alligator Drive, along with several structures were destroyed in when Hurricane Michael hit the area on October 11, 2018.

 Michalel Irvine and his grandson Andrew, 7, dig for bitterroot during the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' annual gathering on May 9, 2018. The bitterroot was a staple harvest for the Salish people and each year after the bitterroot is dug and peeled, the members return to the Long House to eat the bitterroot and the feast that accompanies it.

Michalel Irvine and his grandson Andrew, 7, dig for bitterroot during the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' annual gathering on May 9, 2018. The bitterroot was a staple harvest for the Salish people and each year after the bitterroot is dug and peeled, the members return to the Long House to eat the bitterroot and the feast that accompanies it.

 Andrew Christopher, 8, rinses in a spring between rounds during a sweat in St. Ignatius, Montana on April 16, 2019.

Andrew Christopher, 8, rinses in a spring between rounds during a sweat in St. Ignatius, Montana on April 16, 2019.

 Esther Montoya, 8, sits between her mother’s legs on the stairs of their camper waiting for her hair to be braided at the 121st Arlee Celebration in Arlee, Montana on July 4, 2019. Hair is just the first step in the long process of getting prepared to dance.

Esther Montoya, 8, sits between her mother’s legs on the stairs of their camper waiting for her hair to be braided at the 121st Arlee Celebration in Arlee, Montana on July 4, 2019. Hair is just the first step in the long process of getting prepared to dance.

 The Salish retrace the 55-mile journey their ancestors took when the Salish were removed from their homeland and forced onto the Flathead Reservation. The final destination was a mass grave for Indians behind a church. This walk was not a celebration but a reminder of what our ancestors went through. A point of reference on how recent the forced removal of the Salish was—There were walkers with parents who were on the original walk.

The Salish retrace the 55-mile journey their ancestors took when the Salish were removed from their homeland and forced onto the Flathead Reservation. The final destination was a mass grave for Indians behind a church. This walk was not a celebration but a reminder of what our ancestors went through. A point of reference on how recent the forced removal of the Salish was—There were walkers with parents who were on the original walk.

 Riders wait for direction after the Battle of the Little Bighorn Re-enactment. The annual battle takes place on the Crow Reservation and the mostly teenage-riders are bareback while they run their horses at high speeds across a river and fields.

Riders wait for direction after the Battle of the Little Bighorn Re-enactment. The annual battle takes place on the Crow Reservation and the mostly teenage-riders are bareback while they run their horses at high speeds across a river and fields.

 Jayla Reddick, 11, center, Keliss McClira, 11, right and Amaurie Anderson, 13, left, wait for directions during a Prancing Dancerettes rehearsal before performing at the 30th Annual City of Tampa Martin Luther King Day Parade on Monday, January 21, 2019 in Tampa, Florida.
 Sisters Grecia and Ilse Rangel find light to take photographs after the attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Frida Kahlo in one location at the Dallas Museum of the Art in Dallas on July 6, 2017. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)
 Rakel Reum, 20, wears a shall with her cousin Jermain Charlo’s face printed across it during grand entry at the annual powwow in Arlee, Montana. Jermaine Charlo has been missing since June of last year. Rakel said she wore the shall to remind the public Jermain is still out there and to remind young Native American women to watch their surroundings. Native women on some reservations are murdered at rates 10 times higher than the national average.
 Members of the Prancing Dancerettes rehearse before performing in the 30th Annual City of Tampa Martin Luther King Day Parade on Monday, January 21, 2019 in Tampa, Florida.
 Luis Bermudez, 21, of Tampa, flies over the lip of the bowl before the Go Skateboarding Day at the Bro Bowl located at Perry Harvey Sr. Park on Thursday, June 21, 2018 in Tampa
 Nathan Cobbs, 4, of Brandon waves the flag above his head during the Fourth of July parade Saturday, July 4, 2018 in Brandon, FL.
 Thousands of veterans and supporters gathered on Highway 1806 near the Oceti Sakowin Camp for the veterans march on December 5, 2016. The group marched to the front lines to pray and dance after the Army Corps decision to evaluate alternative routes for the Dakota Access pipeline.
 Marley Leyva 4, watches rain roll down a window during an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Frida Kahlo in one location at the Dallas Museum of the Art in Dallas on July 6, 2017. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)
 Iaitia Farrell, 19, picks sp̓eƛ̓m (bitterroot) with a class from the Salish School of Spokane on April 29, 2019. Sp̓eƛ̓m was a staple food for the Salish people. The Salish School of Spokane is a Salish language immersion school dedicated to teaching the language and traditions of the Salish People.
 Louis McDonald rests his hand on the Medicine Tree during the Salish Tribe's annual trip on September 28, 2017. The Medicine Tree is located off the Flathead Reservation in the Salish's aboriginal homeland. The tree is part of the Salish's creation story and every year members of the tribe return to it to pray.
 Cross retriever Ilias Skandaliaris, 17, of Tarpon Springs, reaches into the crowd as he is carried by fellow cross divers to the Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church during Epiphany at Spring Bayou in Tarpon Springs, Florida on Sunday, January 6, 2019. The celebration in Tarpon Springs is often called the largest Epiphany celebration in the Western Hemisphere.
 Traccarria Camper, 13, holds a balloon and candle during a prayer vigil held in honor of Kaytlynn Cargill, 13, at Central Junior High School in Euless, Texas on June 22, 2017. Cargill’s body was found on June 21, two days after she disappeared Monday evening while walking her dog. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)
 Dove bearer Stella Bilirakis, 15, calms the dove during Epiphany at Spring Bayou in Tarpon Springs, Florida on Sunday, January 6, 2019. The celebration in Tarpon Springs is often called the largest Epiphany celebration in the Western Hemisphere.
 People walk around the destroyed portion of Alligator Drive in Alligator Point on October 12, 2018. Alligator Drive, along with several structures were destroyed in when Hurricane Michael hit the area on October 11, 2018.
 Michalel Irvine and his grandson Andrew, 7, dig for bitterroot during the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' annual gathering on May 9, 2018. The bitterroot was a staple harvest for the Salish people and each year after the bitterroot is dug and peeled, the members return to the Long House to eat the bitterroot and the feast that accompanies it.
 Andrew Christopher, 8, rinses in a spring between rounds during a sweat in St. Ignatius, Montana on April 16, 2019.
 Esther Montoya, 8, sits between her mother’s legs on the stairs of their camper waiting for her hair to be braided at the 121st Arlee Celebration in Arlee, Montana on July 4, 2019. Hair is just the first step in the long process of getting prepared to dance.
 The Salish retrace the 55-mile journey their ancestors took when the Salish were removed from their homeland and forced onto the Flathead Reservation. The final destination was a mass grave for Indians behind a church. This walk was not a celebration but a reminder of what our ancestors went through. A point of reference on how recent the forced removal of the Salish was—There were walkers with parents who were on the original walk.
 Riders wait for direction after the Battle of the Little Bighorn Re-enactment. The annual battle takes place on the Crow Reservation and the mostly teenage-riders are bareback while they run their horses at high speeds across a river and fields.

Jayla Reddick, 11, center, Keliss McClira, 11, right and Amaurie Anderson, 13, left, wait for directions during a Prancing Dancerettes rehearsal before performing at the 30th Annual City of Tampa Martin Luther King Day Parade on Monday, January 21, 2019 in Tampa, Florida.

Sisters Grecia and Ilse Rangel find light to take photographs after the attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Frida Kahlo in one location at the Dallas Museum of the Art in Dallas on July 6, 2017. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)

Rakel Reum, 20, wears a shall with her cousin Jermain Charlo’s face printed across it during grand entry at the annual powwow in Arlee, Montana. Jermaine Charlo has been missing since June of last year. Rakel said she wore the shall to remind the public Jermain is still out there and to remind young Native American women to watch their surroundings. Native women on some reservations are murdered at rates 10 times higher than the national average.

Members of the Prancing Dancerettes rehearse before performing in the 30th Annual City of Tampa Martin Luther King Day Parade on Monday, January 21, 2019 in Tampa, Florida.

Luis Bermudez, 21, of Tampa, flies over the lip of the bowl before the Go Skateboarding Day at the Bro Bowl located at Perry Harvey Sr. Park on Thursday, June 21, 2018 in Tampa

Nathan Cobbs, 4, of Brandon waves the flag above his head during the Fourth of July parade Saturday, July 4, 2018 in Brandon, FL.

Thousands of veterans and supporters gathered on Highway 1806 near the Oceti Sakowin Camp for the veterans march on December 5, 2016. The group marched to the front lines to pray and dance after the Army Corps decision to evaluate alternative routes for the Dakota Access pipeline.

Marley Leyva 4, watches rain roll down a window during an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Frida Kahlo in one location at the Dallas Museum of the Art in Dallas on July 6, 2017. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)

Iaitia Farrell, 19, picks sp̓eƛ̓m (bitterroot) with a class from the Salish School of Spokane on April 29, 2019. Sp̓eƛ̓m was a staple food for the Salish people. The Salish School of Spokane is a Salish language immersion school dedicated to teaching the language and traditions of the Salish People.

Louis McDonald rests his hand on the Medicine Tree during the Salish Tribe's annual trip on September 28, 2017. The Medicine Tree is located off the Flathead Reservation in the Salish's aboriginal homeland. The tree is part of the Salish's creation story and every year members of the tribe return to it to pray.

Cross retriever Ilias Skandaliaris, 17, of Tarpon Springs, reaches into the crowd as he is carried by fellow cross divers to the Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church during Epiphany at Spring Bayou in Tarpon Springs, Florida on Sunday, January 6, 2019. The celebration in Tarpon Springs is often called the largest Epiphany celebration in the Western Hemisphere.

Traccarria Camper, 13, holds a balloon and candle during a prayer vigil held in honor of Kaytlynn Cargill, 13, at Central Junior High School in Euless, Texas on June 22, 2017. Cargill’s body was found on June 21, two days after she disappeared Monday evening while walking her dog. (Tailyr Irvine/The Dallas Morning News)

Dove bearer Stella Bilirakis, 15, calms the dove during Epiphany at Spring Bayou in Tarpon Springs, Florida on Sunday, January 6, 2019. The celebration in Tarpon Springs is often called the largest Epiphany celebration in the Western Hemisphere.

People walk around the destroyed portion of Alligator Drive in Alligator Point on October 12, 2018. Alligator Drive, along with several structures were destroyed in when Hurricane Michael hit the area on October 11, 2018.

Michalel Irvine and his grandson Andrew, 7, dig for bitterroot during the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' annual gathering on May 9, 2018. The bitterroot was a staple harvest for the Salish people and each year after the bitterroot is dug and peeled, the members return to the Long House to eat the bitterroot and the feast that accompanies it.

Andrew Christopher, 8, rinses in a spring between rounds during a sweat in St. Ignatius, Montana on April 16, 2019.

Esther Montoya, 8, sits between her mother’s legs on the stairs of their camper waiting for her hair to be braided at the 121st Arlee Celebration in Arlee, Montana on July 4, 2019. Hair is just the first step in the long process of getting prepared to dance.

The Salish retrace the 55-mile journey their ancestors took when the Salish were removed from their homeland and forced onto the Flathead Reservation. The final destination was a mass grave for Indians behind a church. This walk was not a celebration but a reminder of what our ancestors went through. A point of reference on how recent the forced removal of the Salish was—There were walkers with parents who were on the original walk.

Riders wait for direction after the Battle of the Little Bighorn Re-enactment. The annual battle takes place on the Crow Reservation and the mostly teenage-riders are bareback while they run their horses at high speeds across a river and fields.

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