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Don’t Fall For ‘Wound-A-Kneeism’

In the bitter cold month of December, 1890 earsplitting gunfire, cannon-like blasts from Hotchkiss guns, and tortured screams could be heard from a people that would leave a soul wound on the ground and on the spirits for generations to come. Over 300 Lakota women, children, and elderly brutally...

Beware of Ethnic Imposters

Many of us are familiar with people of color trying to “pass” as white people perhaps to indulge in some White Privilege that they have heard so much about or maybe because being a person of color was a death sentence. Whatever the reason ethnic imposters have been for...
Video: How to Say Earth Day in Navajo

Video: How to Say Earth Day in Navajo

In Navajo there is no such term, specifically, as Earth Day. This is perhaps because to many Indigenous Peoples, every day is Earth Day. Earth Day was partly conceptualized after the famous public service announcement starring Iron Eyes Cody, an Italian actor who ended up embracing Native causes, the...

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Indigenous Economics Part 1: Native Americans and Environmental Protest

URL: https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/culture/thing-about-skins/indigenous-economics-part-1-native-americans-and-environmental-protest/