Woman in Blue by Kaze Gadway
I see her most days. She sits facing the train wrapped in a heavy blanket. I stop one morning to ask if she wants another blanket. 131 more words
So, some of my friends *cough, Eva, cough* remember when I used to be pretty militant about cultural appropriation – in ways that I am not now. 1,506 more words
Ernest Hemingway was a writer who was known for his use of the iceberg technique, which was the leave the most important thing of the story out of it. 995 more words
Yesterday, Oklahoma Governor, Mary Fallin’s daughter, Christina Fallin posted a picture on her Instagram and Facebook of her donning a red Native American headdress.
Fallin had stated to the Associated Press that she feels a “deeper and deeper connection to the Native American culture” and that she had wore it out of respect and her love of wearing beautiful things. 291 more words