“The Sovereign Nation of American aboriginal Indian initiative”

Today H.E., Dr, U.N. Ambassador Percy Tamayo and I, Director General, Tushkahumoc AKhan Xelup launched: “The Sovereign Nation of American aboriginal Indian initiative” As part of the Indigenous American Unification!!!; the “El Paso Agreement”. This Agreement begins the international indigenous world unification agenda initiated by the Sovereign Maori Hapu Nation. This new international Accord includes more than 50 tribes of Mexico and more than 800 tribes of north America. The rights of indigenous peoples worldwide and world human rights protections require the unilateral actions of world indigenous to save our…

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Big Chiefs Of Rival Mardi Gras Tribes Come Together As The 79rs Gang

November 11, 20201:27 PM ET GWEN THOMPKINS RAINA DOURIS Instagram Twitter Facebook John Myers JOHN MYERS FROM XPN 21-Minute Listen 79rs Gangs – Jermain Bossier (left) and Romeo Bougere (right) Diwang Valdez/Courtesy of the artist Playlist “79rs Bout to Blow” “War Cry (Way Downtown Mix)” “Stop the Water” (recorded live for World Cafe) “Brand New Day” “Needle Don’t Lie” World Cafe’s correspondent in New Orleans, Gwen Thompkins, says that there is no more spectacular sight than that of a Mardi Gras Indian: a man, woman or child, on the street,…

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The Power Brokers

David Treuer A recent history centers the Lakota and the vast territory they controlled in the story of the formation of the United States. December 3, 2020 issue In the spring of 1870 Congress was in the process of debating the Indian Appropriations Bill. While the bill’s main purpose was to renew or enhance funding for Native peoples and communities, it contained a rider that finally formally ended what is known as the treaty period of federal Indian policy: no longer would Indian tribes be treated as independent nations. Rather,…

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What does the controversial National Trust report say?

Alex Diggins Fri, November 13, 2020, 7:59 AM PST·6 min read Chartwell, Winston Churchill’s former home, has been the focus of the National Trust’s recent attention – PA The National Trust’s report into connections between historic houses in its care and the slave trade has come at one of the most turbulent moments in the charity’s 125-year history. In Britain, this summer saw protests which defaced Churchill’s statue and chucked that of slave trader and philanthropist Edward Colston into the cold waters of the River Avon. Meanwhile, a 60-group of Tory MPs launched…

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A Brief History of Nonwhite Slave Owners in America

11/09/2020Lipton Matthews The study of slavery is one of the most contentious issues in contemporary America. But frequently this history is abused by thinkers across the spectrum to score political points. To understand the complexity of such an institution, we must desist from underestimating the role of minorities such as African Americans and Native Americans in it. For much of history, slavery was the norm, and by downplaying nonwhites’ involvement, we diminish their humanity. Pursuing one’s self-interest to acquire profit or power is consistent with human nature. Depicting minorities as innately virtuous…

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12 Native American Astrological Signs and Their Meanings

The Native Americans found their inspiration in the midst of nature. They associated literally everything with the traits of other living creatures, including birth symbols. This AstrologyBay article consists of the 12 Native American astrological signs and their meanings. These signs are nothing but animal totems, each identifying with the traits of the people born under them. Home / Uncategorized / 12 Native American Astrological Signs and Their Meanings The Native Americans found their inspiration in the midst of nature. They associated literally everything with the traits of other living creatures, including birth…

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An Ancestry of African-Native Americans

Using government documents, author Angela Walton-Raji traced her ancestors to the slaves owned by American Indians Researcher Angela Walton-Raji has been studying African-Native genealogy for over 20 years. The Comanche family pictured here is from the early 1900s. (Courtesy Sam DeVenney) By Katy June-Friesen SMITHSONIANMAG.COM FEBRUARY 17, 2010   11.7K192 Angela Walton-Raji has been researching African-Native American genealogy for nearly 20 years and is the author of the book Black Indian Genealogy Research: African-American Ancestors Among the Five Civilized Tribes. She recently presented a series of genealogy workshops at the National Museum of…

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Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage

Book – Non-fiction. By William Loren Katz. 2012. History book for ages 10 to adult that traces relations between Blacks and American Indians since the time of the conquest. Time Periods: All US History Themes: African American, Native American, Racism & Racial Identity, Slavery and Resistance, Wars & Related Anti-War Movements Black Indians The classic Black Indians has been updated and reissued. This startling and readable work of people’s history chronicles both the attempts to keep black people and Indians divided in the Americas, and their efforts to unite. As one French colonial document…

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Black, Native American and Fighting for Recognition in Indian Country

Enslaved people were also driven west along the Trail of Tears. After a historic Supreme Court ruling, their descendants are fighting to be counted as tribal members. Ron Graham’s father, Theodore Graham, center, as a youth with his youngest sibling, Rowena, on his lap, in a photograph from around 1912. Mr. Graham spent decades assembling documentation showing that he is a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.Credit…via Ron Graham By Jack Healy OKMULGEE, Okla. — Ron Graham never had to prove to anyone that he was Black. But he has spent…

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US Supreme Court rules half of Oklahoma is Native American land

A representative of the Choctaw nation – one of the Five Tribes of Oklahoma central to the court ruling, who have welcomed the ruling The US Supreme Court has ruled about half of Oklahoma belongs to Native Americans, in a landmark case that also quashed a child rape conviction. The justices decided 5-4 that an eastern chunk of the state, including its second-biggest city, Tulsa, should be recognised as part of a reservation. Jimcy McGirt, who was convicted in 1997 of raping a girl, brought the case. He cited the…

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