KUMEYAAY Indian Road Repair Crews
A flatbed truck loaded with California Kumeyaay Indian People of the San Jose de la Zorra Kumiai Indigenous community of Baja California, Mexico, including Kumeyaay elders, heads back to the Kumeyaay village after a day of hard manual labor repairing local dirt roads with rakes and shovels.
The Mexican government hires and pays the Kumeyaay Indian for this work, roughly $40 USD per week.
Many of the Kumeyaay people on this truck are talented traditional Native American basketweavers who also work this day job to support their families.
To buy purchase these Kumeyaay Indian artist's authentic San Jose de la Zorra Kumeyaay Indian baskets basketry, her traditional arts and crafts, please visit the Shumup Ko Hup "Dream Come True" Indian store in Old Town State Historic Park, San Diego, California.
San Jose de la Zorra Kumeyaay Indian Valley on-line documentary style photo documentation of the village inhabitants, habitations.
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