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Considering its #indigenouspeoplesday I would like to ask @rupaulsdragrace @rupaulofficial  to STOP asking and allowing contests to wear culturally appropriative and racists costumes. People gasped at @manilaluzon for impersonating an Asian culture which was not her own, and yet everyone fawned over Raja's look. Next we bring out @alexislives and ask her to dress in "native" as a challenge. Next we ask @monetxchange to be headdress Cher. Even though she sings about cultural appropriation, we STILL have Monet in a headdress. It's not enough to make this joke when there's never been an apology or a change in behaviour.  STOP THE BULLSHIT. IT'S NOT FUNNY. IT IS NOT FASHION . . . #rupaulsdragrace #rupaul #raja #monetxchange #alexismichelle #ndn #culturalappropriation #aboriginal #native #nativeamerican #nativeindian #americanindian #firstnations #drag #dragqueen #headdress
We're excited to announce our collaboration with Navajo designer, Marisa Mike! Our jewelry will accompany her beautiful dresses in the upcoming Traditional Fashion Show at the Council Chamber in Window Rock. We hope to see you there! | #tskies #nativeamericanjewelry
#repost @indigenouspride (@get_repost) ・・・ "The Indian Problem" refers to the question inherent in all American "settler colonial nation states" as to how the settler must deal with the native inhabitant of the aforementioned settler colonial nation states. The United States, Canada, Mexico, and all of Central and South America are all settler colonial nation states, and a certain historical amenesia is essential to maintaining their national narratives. Europeans who immigrated to the Americas, refused to learn our languages or ways, and who inflicted great violence against the original inhabitants of the Americas, now point their fingers at Mexicans, who are descendants of Native Americans, and claim that the Mexicans are the "immigrants", and the Europeans are the "Americans". Mexicans, who's name fomes from "Mexika" which is the actual name of the Aztecs, are an Indigenous people, they have migrated as far as Utah, Oklahoma, and beyond, and their innovations and cultivations like maize were spread all across the Americas. Donald Trump made himself the viral candidate in this past election by speaking to the fears of Europeans, that the Mexicans will overrun them, and so the "border wall" his administration speaks of is truly unique in history, as it's true purpose is to disrupt ancestral and sacred migrations of Indigenous people, and to address the "Indian Problem". We speak of these ideas in the coded language and terms of the colonizers: "illegal", "latinos", "undocumented" all of these terms serve to subvert our sovereignty and claims to these lands which were stolen by the forefathers of these same Europeans now claiming​ to be Americans.  Written by: @IndigenousPride  #nativeamerican #mexican #border #usa #latino #hispanic #indigenouspeople #americanindian #latinosarenativeamericans
Listening to this awesome trainer and the ceo of our company talk about the 4 day a week program coming to you in just a few weeks.  So exciting to hear about all the great results people are getting from this program!  All in doesn't have to mean all day, or even every day! . . . . . . . . #coachsummit2018 #nativeamerican #indigenous #native #nativepride #americanindian #firstnations #fitspiration #fitlife #fitnessjourney #momlife #fitmom #bookworm #booklover #bookstagram #reading #bibliophile #coffeegeek #specialtycoffee #coffeeshots #coffeeculture #positivemindset #healthyhabits #healthydiet #changeisgood #believeinyourself #teamsweetelite #intermittentfasting #fasting
🐶To be featured👉 #nativeamericanlove From: @native.american.life 📸 By:  @nativeamericansoul Tag your friends below 👇 DM us for credit if you are owner.  #nativeamericanculture #nativeamericanhistory #nativeamericanindians #nativeamericanwomen #ndn #nativeindian #firstnations #nativewicks #nativeamericanjewelry #nativewomen #standingrock #nativeamericanart #nativepride #nativelove #americanindian
For my documentary COLUMBUS IN AMERICA, I was fortunate to speak with Dr. Mark Hirsch from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI). Dr. Hirsch generously helped put into context important social and political aspects of 19th century America. It’s without coincidence that the period where Indian removal and slavery flourished, Columbus became a superstar of American virtues. . . COLUMBUS IN AMERICA streaming soon. Link in bio for trailer.
Okay, so most of you may not know this, but here's a random fact about me »»» Ever since I was little, I've had this thing with Native Americans ✊🏻 I'm the person you would watch a Western movie with & I'm over there cheering for the Indians over the cowboys lol Seriously, they only massacred people, because  they were greedy & stole their land 🤷🏻‍♀️😏 For one of my Birthday parties, I even bought the Spirit Flutes CD from Walmart & played it 😂 [ That's where I got this song  btw ] My Grandma was like that too & always told people she was part Native American [ and she really looked like it, skin tone, features & all ] but none of my family has ever taken a DNA test to prove it ... I wanna spit in a tube so bad 😩😂 Anyways, sorry for that random, long story 👋🏻 🎻🔈: "Rattlesnake Initiation" «-----------
"Tecumseh was a stubborn fighter. He hated to accept defeat, no matter how formidable the odds against him, and he relished the challenge of combat. His steadiness and enthusiasm for the fray also infected others." (p. 65) "Tecumseh: A Life" by John Sugden
#usa #green #trump #americanindian
"The Indian Problem" refers to the question inherent in all American "settler colonial nation states" as to how the settler must deal with the native inhabitant of the aforementioned settler colonial nation states. The United States, Canada, Mexico, and all of Central and South America are all settler colonial nation states, and a certain historical amenesia is essential to maintaining their national narratives. Europeans who immigrated to the Americas, refused to learn our languages or ways, and who inflicted great violence against the original inhabitants of the Americas, now point their fingers at Mexicans, who are descendants of Native Americans, and claim that the Mexicans are the "immigrants", and the Europeans are the "Americans". Mexicans, who's name fomes from "Mexika" which is the actual name of the Aztecs, are an Indigenous people, they have migrated as far as Utah, Oklahoma, and beyond, and their innovations and cultivations like maize were spread all across the Americas. Donald Trump made himself the viral candidate in this past election by speaking to the fears of Europeans, that the Mexicans will overrun them, and so the "border wall" his administration speaks of is truly unique in history, as it's true purpose is to disrupt ancestral and sacred migrations of Indigenous people, and to address the "Indian Problem". We speak of these ideas in the coded language and terms of the colonizers: "illegal", "latinos", "undocumented" all of these terms serve to subvert our sovereignty and claims to these lands which were stolen by the forefathers of these same Europeans now claiming​ to be Americans.  Written by: @IndigenousPride

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