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Dear Native American People:

I am sorry for my people.

We heeded the Devil, and made “conquering” a part of our goals, which is a bad instinct.

We are punished daily, for our crimes of stealing land that does not belong to us. 275 more words

Love

AN ALL NATIVE AMERICAN FASHION SHOW TO RETURN TO DENVER THIS WEEKEND

It’s no secret that the fashion world we all love has been guilty of excluding diversity when it comes to body types and ethnicity. But within recent years a movement for inclusion has begun to dismantle some of the standards that are associated with the industry. 770 more words

Fashion

Places:  Walnut Canyon

This past weekend gave me another chance to visit Walnut Canyon near Flagstaff, Arizona.

Be ready to take some stairs (and there is a lot) as you walk your way down (and you do have to go back up) to trek the Island Loop pathway. 25 more words

Arizona

The Round House

Title: The Round House Author: Louise Erdrich Fiction or Non-Fiction: Fiction Time period: 1980s Culture Report Card (1-5 scale on cultural learning):  4   What communities does this book explore?  346 more words
Fiction

Mandie and the Secret Tunnel

Mandie and the Secret Tunnel by Lois Gladys Leppard, 1983.

Young Amanda Shaw is almost twelve when her father dies, leaving her with a bully of a sister and a mother who doesn’t really love her. 358 more words

Children

Kentucky Ancestors of the Dark and Bloody Ground

There are a lot of ways that Native Americans could have entered a European American family tree. One way is through one of the many Indian wars on what was called “the dark and bloody ground” of Kentucky. 187 more words

American History