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Photographing the Indian Occupation of Alcatraz: An Interview with Ilka Hartmann


On the eve of Thanksgiving, it is good to remember our shared humanity. It’s also good to acknowledge our shared crimes and remember the blood spilt on the American continent. 141 more words


PressPlay Mixes #013: WE CHIEF

Our thirteenth mix comes from We Chief. Listen to his reggae-blasted mix, and peep our chat below.

PressPlay Mixes #013: WE CHIEF by Pressplay… 784 more words

Staley Sharples

Thanksgiving Stories: Faith and Native American Covenant

Were American Settlers God’s Covenant People?

The people called upon to honor God and keep the Faith


By Timothy Ballard

As the Puritans arrived upon the shores of the New World, their leader John Winthrop shared words that sounded a lot like those declared by Father Lehi when he brought his people to the same land. 399 more words

Judeo-Christian Culture

In case you missed it....

Hey guys,

Here’s some stuff if you missed it. Saints and Strangers premiered, Bethany Yellowtail Black Friday sale, and Native Max Magazine featured Well for Culture (Thosh and Chelsey) and the magazine is now on snapchat!!!

Legends of Spirit Cave: Part 57

Some of the young marsh people were especially fond of gizzards from the fowl they hunted. A joke among the hunters was to tell the youngsters who liked gizzards that they would save the sagehen gizzards especially for them. 566 more words


Celebrating Genocide: The Real Story of Thanksgiving

By Irwin Ozborne

Our latest piece for Wake-up World. Will go live on their Facebook page soon in front of their 2.8 million followers. Here is the   4,103 more words


The Real Story Of Thanksgiving

I’m sure it comes as no surprise that the story we’re teach of the first Thanksgiving isn’t true.

As I have studied history, I’ve learned not all that’s taught is true. 136 more words

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