The ONWARD Project recently got back from our second year at theNavajo Nation Fair! We have many exciting moments to share with you over the next couple of weeks so stay tuned! Many thanks to the Navajo Nation Museum for once again offering The ONWARD Project a way to reach out to an estimated 20,000 attendees from around the Nation with over 200 historic photographs taken during the 1930’s Expedition. These photos are of Navajo men, women, and families who are most often not identified nor the context given. Museum of Northern Arizona, the Littlesalt Family and Lissa McKee generously contributed photographs from their personal and institutional archives. Many enjoyed the historic images and often the photographs stimulated conversations in which people shared their stories about family members recognized or offered explanations of the traditional context for activities and place, immediately bringing an immediacy and dimension of viewpoint to the images. Photographs taken by Lili Raygoza.