Posted 4 weeks ago

sabrwasumud:

tagreader:

hanabiba:

It’s only .. natural to resist 

​what is freedom when you live like a prisoner in your own land? Give them their freedom!

Respect existence or expect resistance. 

Posted 1 month ago

hoganddice:

takethethirdoption:

I went to an Arab-American comedy night and there was a Muslim guy making a joke about being in high school football.

"I was hit so hard, I saw Jesus. Do you know how hard you have to be hit to see somebody else’s god?"

This is what jokes about religion are supposed to look like.

Posted 1 month ago

maxkataetet:

watching other poc freak the fuck out over natives self-identifying as an indian/ndn over “native american” rather than being offended by the genocide done by colonizing nations after they declared us such in the first place

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Posted 1 month ago
I gave wrong people the right pieces of me.

(via jakuzarskey)

My life story.

(via tales-of-a-beautiful-tragedy)

Posted 1 month ago
haiweewicci:

nativeamericannews:

Chief Joseph Pasqua ~ Cree
Chief Joseph Pasqua was born in 1828 to the prominent Plains CREE Chief Mahkaysis, and came to lead his own band. From 1871 the government of Canada entered into the Numbered Treaties with various First Nations. In 1874 Pasqua and his band were living near present day Leech Lake, Saskatchewan, where they had survived predominantly on buffalo; but they had also planted gardens and were raising a small herd of cattle.

Nice fucking fail, using a picture of the Nez Perce chief and confusing him for the Cree one…
I’ve e-mailed the woman who runs this blog repeatedly and she refuses to take responsibility for the misinformation her blog spreads.  Her name is Carol, and her email info is: info@naencyclopedia.com

So much of the things this blog posts is so inaccurate. I hope you get a response about this though. It’s so frustrating.

haiweewicci:

nativeamericannews:

Chief Joseph Pasqua ~ Cree

Chief Joseph Pasqua was born in 1828 to the prominent Plains CREE Chief Mahkaysis, and came to lead his own band. From 1871 the government of Canada entered into the Numbered Treaties with various First Nations. In 1874 Pasqua and his band were living near present day Leech Lake, Saskatchewan, where they had survived predominantly on buffalo; but they had also planted gardens and were raising a small herd of cattle.

Nice fucking fail, using a picture of the Nez Perce chief and confusing him for the Cree one…

I’ve e-mailed the woman who runs this blog repeatedly and she refuses to take responsibility for the misinformation her blog spreads.  Her name is Carol, and her email info is: info@naencyclopedia.com

So much of the things this blog posts is so inaccurate. I hope you get a response about this though. It’s so frustrating.

Posted 1 month ago

I made it to Native Citizen News!!! I feel ever so flattered. And humbled.

Posted 1 month ago
This year taught me that my loneliness has more to do with myself than anyone else. The loneliest I will ever be is when I do not have the strength to love myself.
Marianna Paige (via mariannapaige)
Posted 1 month ago

deluxvivens:

Powwow tiny tots. Cuter than a flock of hipsters. More powerful than their appropriation.

Posted 1 month ago
Posted 1 month ago

thinkmexican:

The Path With Heart

To all who maintain the traditions of our ancestors alive through dance, thank you. Tlazocamati!

Photographer: Denise Neufeld

Dancer: Adelita Serena

#danzamexica #danzanteaztecas #aztecdancers #ometeotl #mexicatiahui #thinkmexican