Bethany Yellowtail, the CEO and designer behind the celebrity-loved brand B.Yellowtail, sees clothing as a way to represent her culture and share it with the world.
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Bethany Yellowtail, A Native American Fashion Designer On A Mission | TODAY
Hi Today news have you ever try to talk to a indigenous that compete in snow sports? I compete in Snowboarding competitions around NM and was wonder if you TODAY crew can shed some light on this grow sport for Native Americans who haven't even ride down a gorgeous snowy mountain. I'm Pueblo and would love to show you our culture and heritage due to we where the only tribal nation to win a big victory to kick out the old Spanish settlers and retake our home land. Now we live back on reservation with high low income families, high poverty rate, suicide, lack of action sport influences. There are a lot of reasons to start shed on some light why the people of United States haven't seen much Native American indigenous professional sport athletes. I'm Dezwod Please contact me to shed light on indigenous Pueblos in action snow sport. I'm also start a foundation for indigenous people to get into action sport at any age due to no one is too old to learn a new thing or two.