Lucas Jiron


Lucas Jiron

Lucas, Isleta Pueblo, is passionate about where he comes from and his traditions.

My tradition is very important me because mostly everyone in my family plays a very important part in our community-especially my Mom and Dad, they’re some of the most important people in our community. One personal attribute that I have is that I love to meet new people and I want my voice to be heard because I do love to talk about my tradition. I would also want other Native voices around the world to be heard and not to be afraid to talk about where you come from. Embrace your traditions and language!

I know opinion can vary, but do you think it is ok for white people to wear feathers in their hair? Not eagle feathers, since those have special significance, but ones like robin or chickadee that you find on the ground.

Find Us

Follow Us

Enter Phone Number to Subscribe:

Msg & Data Rates May Apply.
Text STOP to opt out. No purchase necessary.
Expect 4 msgs/mo.Terms and Conditions