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Red Nation

And as the gruesome fog
set upon this dreary town,
I demand that you rise!

Rise from the dark
weary, bewitched depths
of their docks, 64 more words

Poetry

Project Update: Solar Women Warriors Scholarship Fund

We are excited to report that the women who were awarded the Solar Women Warriors Scholarships have completed their training with us and have utilized these funds to learn important new skills in renewable energy and sustainable building. 501 more words

Tribal Renewable Energy Program

Take a Little Stroll Down ‘Redskin’s Drive,’ Newly Named Road in Maine

Gale Courey Toensing

8/27/14

As the movement to end the use of the Washington football team’s racist name grows across the country, one small town in Maine is headed in the opposite direction. 791 more words

Life

Washo

ORIGIN:
From the Great Basin Native American Washo language, meaning “people from around here”.

VARIATIONS and NICKNAMES:
Wa She Shu, Waashiw, Washoe.

REFERENCES IN LITERATURE: 20 more words

Boy Names

Wallula

ORIGIN:
Variation of “Walla Walla”, from the Walla Walla branch of the Sahaptin language, meaning “many waters”.

VARIATIONS and NICKNAMES:
Lula, Luula, Ula, Uula, Wallawalla, Wallie, Wally, Waluula. 31 more words

Girl Names

these views are my own

So, unless you don’t watch the news or live under a rock, you will have at least heard about the controversial start to New Zealand Fashion Week via the Trelise Cooper show. 1,088 more words

Cultural Appropriation

Native + Native ≠ Native?

How is it possible for the offspring of two native Americans to be anything but native American?

During the time Dawes Rolls were instituted, Blood Quantum laws were being used to determine who was native enough to be included in one of the Five Civilized Tribes.   204 more words