Indigenous Comic Con celebrates native culture in US

Indigenous Comic Con in New Mexico gathers native American artists and writers are from around the United States.

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    Native American artists and writers are gathering from around the United States for the Indigenous Comic Con in New Mexico.

    Their work examines issues that have long plagued their communities, like substance abuse, domestic violence and the search for identity.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Rob Reynolds report from New Mexico.


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