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Now that the “War on Women” campaign has gotten somewhat haggard, the Democrats have found a new slogan and are actively campaigning on it.  That latest diatribe is “White Privilege.”  Presumably this is the reason that minorities (translation black Americans) are at the bottom of the socio-economic pile.  1,117 more words


It Doesn’t Take A Rocket Scientist…

Carol A. Hand

“Just tell me what to do!” These were dreaded words for me to hear in my roles as a teacher or supervisor. It signaled an internalized belief that only an expert in power could dictate the terms of their life, their work, and their studies. 1,353 more words


The Restoration Act

The Restoration Act

This is a petition for all Native American that suffered at the hands of the US Government. Were seeking restitution for the acts of Genocide, Biological Warfare, Psychological Warfare, Holocaust of the Native American Indians. 129 more words

United We Stand: 10 Things I Love About My Country #10: Art & Fashion

FINALLY! I disappeared down a rabbit hole of wedding invite calligraphy and lice removal (unrelated) and haven’t been able to blog as prolifically as I’d like, but the invites are out, and the lice are contained (or at least, I desperately hope they’re contained now) so I can turn my attention to the last topic in our 10 Things I Love About My Country: Art and Fashion. 2,418 more words

Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward Curtis by Timothy Egan

This is an amazing account of the life of photographer Edward Curtis. It begins in 1866 in Seattle, where Princess Angeline is living in a 2 room damp shack down among the piers. 442 more words

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Advocating Before the Supreme Court on Behalf of Native Americans

As tribal chairman of the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, located in southern California, Mark Macarro works for the self-sufficiency of the tribe. He sees his task as facilitating economic development while preserving traditional ways. 181 more words

Mark Macarro