This is a small museum with a big message. They are clear that what is included for exhibit is what the Pojauque Pueblo wants to exhibit, not a collection put together by an out of touch archivist. This was my second visit and I have confidence they are not opposed to tackling tough issues such as the abuse at the hands of some of the early missionaries. They have some ancient artifacts, but they also tell of the culture through the four seasons. There is a strong message about the water protectors. There is a no admission, but leave a donation for the future of this museum.
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