October 08, 2019
Shirod at the Tears of Duk'Wibahl: Exploration of Customary and Contemporary Indigenous Arts at Evergreen State College
Shirod grew up canoeing, crabbing, clamming, and fishing the waters of the South Slough in Coos Bay, Oregon, where his tribe's old village used to be. This is where his grandmother (and other Coos Indians) had their Indian allotments and where the bones of his great grandmother (and a few others) are still located. Though he has since relocated to Portland, he continues to paddle tribal canoes with his immediate family, as well as his canoe families throughout Oregon, saying, "It helps bring our tribal communities together and recognize old ancestral kinship ties."
October 09, 2019
Shirod is very talented young man and it has been fun to watch his talents grow over the years
Fabulous! Congratulations Shirod! So happy for you and your good and great work! You are a role model for so many, from Elders to our youth, and everyone in-between! 🦋
Beautiful work Congratulations on this Awesome Award!!🏆
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April 03, 2020
Eighth Generation may be a small retail business, but they love taking on big challenges. On April 3rd, the company donated over 10,000 pieces of Personal Protective Equipment to the Seattle Indian Health Board, a community health center that provides health and human services to its patients, while specializing in the care of Native people
March 31, 2020
February 20, 2020
Eighth Generation by Louie Gong