The Churro Sheep and the Navajo: One Family's Journey to Save the Sacred Sheep

A presentation by Stacia Spragg-Braude which features photographs and anecdotes that documents one Navajo family's journey of saving the rare sacred Churro sheep, which while in the process, aided in cultural preservation of the Navajo culture . 

The Navajo elders cried when they saw Sharon Begay bringing the sacred Churro sheep back to the reservation. They thought the "old time" sheep were gone foever. As children, they weaved the fleece and lived on the mutton. They also witnessed governement forces slaughter their families' Churro to prevent overgrazing~ Stacia Spragg-Braude


Join us Sunday, October 13th at 2PM on this intimate Gallery Talk with Stacia

This is a ticketed event, $5 per person at the door.

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