Sarah Stacke is a photographer and archive investigator based in Brooklyn, New York. Through long-term projects created in dialogue with people and communities, she seeks to share stories, often untold, that bring a solutions-focused balance to the narratives of underrepresented people and places. Sarah has photographed for National Geographic, New York Times, among others, and is a co-founder of The 400 Years Project, a photography project looking at the evolution of Native American identity, rights, and representation, centering the Native voice.
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