American Photo: Invisible Wounds

After six years struggling to photograph life on the Pine Ridge reservation, Aaron Huey now hopes he can help change it for the better.

Honor the Treaties

Aaron Huey is working with illustrators Ernesto Yerena and Shepard Fairey to help turn his images of Pine Ridge reservation into posters and billboards.

Honor the Treaties Poster

Aaron Huey is working with illustrators Ernesto Yerena and Shepard Fairey to help turn his images of Pine Ridge reservation into posters and billboards.

We Are Still Here

Aaron Huey is working with illustrators Ernesto Yerena and Shepard Fairey to help turn his images of Pine Ridge reservation into posters and billboards.

We Are Still Here Poster

Aaron Huey is working with illustrators Ernesto Yerena and Shepard Fairey to help turn his images of Pine Ridge reservation into posters and billboards.

We Belong to the Land

Aaron Huey is working with illustrators Ernesto Yerena and Shepard Fairey to help turn his images of Pine Ridge reservation into posters and billboards.

We Belong to the Land Poster

Aaron Huey is working with illustrators Ernesto Yerena and Shepard Fairey to help turn his images of Pine Ridge reservation into posters and billboards.

The Invisible Nation

You can make a donation to Aaron’s project at Emphas.is.

Lakota Tribe

Pine Ridge Playground

Pine Ridge Graffiti

Pine Ridge Indian Reservation