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On Forgiveness and Gratitude

in Ojibwa there is no word for forgiveness,
you can thank indigenous ones for this
Potawatomi have no language for gratitude
this is a truth that breaths in… 154 more words

Poetry

Monument Valley

Wow. Just wow.

Out of the whole trip, this was the part I was looking forward to the most and it certainly didn’t disappoint. This iconic place is absolutely spectacular. 275 more words

America

Slugs as food

I’ve been really sluggish to post this summer, so I’m posting about slugs!

Did you know there is (or at least was) an annual banana slug festival including a cookoff competition in California? 237 more words

California

MAGIC REALISM AND THE CAHUILLA INDIANS OF SOUTHERN CALIFRONIA

Sometimes categories feel like gilded cages. Sometimes they feel like steel traps. In todays’ literary world, largely thanks to Amazon, the lid has blown off the publishing world, and anyone now has access to what once were the forbidden gates. 1,141 more words

Magic Realism

Te Ata Film Coming Soon

Te Ata Fisher, a prominent actress from the Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma, is a well-known figure in Oklahoma and among her people.  Her activism paved the way for many to follow, especially women and Native Americans.  79 more words

Film