My Experience on the Indian-Negro Color Line

byJulianne Jennings Dec 27, 2011 My Experience on the Indian-Negro Color Line Growing-up on the Indian-Negro color line (I am the daughter of a European mother and a black and Indian father), I lived with mixed signals and coded information by the dominant culture. It had determined that white European culture and people were superior in contrast to those who were generally classified as darker, “primitive” and “uncivilized.” Applying the adage “write what you know,” my master’s thesis was titled “Blood, Race and Sovereignty: The Politics of Indian Identity.” This work would…

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First Americans were Black according to BBC documentary

Thursday, August 26, 1999 Published at 15:39 GMT 16:39 UK  The first Americans were descended from Australian aborigines, according to evidence in a new BBC documentary.   (The skulls suggest faces like those of Australian aborigines) The programme, Ancient Voices, shows that the dimensions of prehistoric skulls found in Brazil match those of the aboriginal peoples of Australia and Melanesia. Other evidence suggests that these first Americans were later massacred by invaders from Asia. Until now, native Americans were believed to have descended from Asian ancestors who arrived over a…

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Native Americans seek to rename Yellowstone peak honoring massacre perpetrator

Activists also target valley named for advocate of extermination amid nationwide fight to reject legacy of racism Supported by About this content Jason Begay in Missoula, Montana Thu 5 Jul 2018 05.00 EDTLast modified on Thu 5 Jul 2018 13.14 EDT Shares 679  Hayden Valley was named for a geologist and surveyor who supported the extermination of tribal people who rejected federal dictates. Photograph: Ed Austin/Herb Jones Mount Doane is a 10,500ft peak in Yellowstone national park, named for Lt Gustavus C Doane, a US army cavalry captain and explorer. In January 1870, he led…

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‘A tectonic shift in justice’: how the Wik people fought the law and won

More than two decades after the historic granting of native title, a documentary looks back at the battle and the backlash  Gladys Tybingoompa dances outside the high court in Canberra on 23 December 1996 following the Wik people’s native title win. A new documentary, Wik vs Queensland, revisits the land rights battle. Photograph: The Age/Fairfax Media via Getty Images If you are going to meet Wik people in Aurukun you may well be directed to the mango tree outside an auntie’s house. It was beneath the shade of this tree…

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Status In America After The American Aborigine Slave Trade

The truth about ancient America is that it was inhabit by a dark copper complected people originally defined as a Red man, Blackamoor, Negro, Colored, Mulatto, Black, African American  etc.  Through these classification The American Aborigine has become a foreigner in his own land.  The world knows who we are better then we do, It’s as the the World sits black to see if we are going to ever fully wake up. In the trick of trading places, they had to make us think we ware foreigners in our own…

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Adopts American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Adopts American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. 50 Million People in the Americas Self-Define as Indigenous. June 15, 2016 When Héctor Huertas attended the first meeting to draft an American declaration on indigenous peoples in 1999, he thought the end was not far off. Neither he, nor anyone else in that room in Washington, D.C., imagined that the end was 17 years away. That train finally reached its destination today at the General Assembly of the Organization of American States in Santo Domingo, where the member states adopted…

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NEW DNA PROVES AFRICAN AMERICANS ARE IN FACT INDIGENOUS ABORIGINES OF AMERICA

NEW DNA PROVES AFRICAN AMERICANS ARE IN FACT INDIGENOUS ABORIGINES OF AMERICA December 23, 2016 · by D. Calloway · in Black Families, Hidden Secrets, Life, National News, Racism, Truth About Black People, Untold Truths, US News, World News. · Malcolm X once stated “Aborigine. Which means what? Black Folks.” Then he later went on to say “You and I are Aborigine.” Malcolm X stated that the rock landed on us after he returned across the waters because he learned new things. He learned that the rock had truly landed on us, and that we were from these lands. Dr. Martin Luther…

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American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People adopted

24 MAY 2017 On 15 June 2016 the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) adopted the American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. This followed a seventeen year-long period of discussion and negotiation between members of the Organization of American States. The full text of the Declaration has recently been published and can be accessed, here. Along with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples(2007) and ILO Convention 169 on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples (1989), the Declaration is a significant move towards recognising, protecting, and promoting the rights of some 50…

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The American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

On June 15, 2016, after nearly 30 years of advocacy and negotiation, the Organization of American States (OAS) adopted the American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The OAS is a regional intergovernmental organization of 35 member countries of the Americas, including the United States. The American Declaration offers specific protection for indigenous peoples in North America, Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. It affirms the right of self-determination, rights to education, health, self-government, culture, lands, territories and natural resources, and it includes provisions that address the…

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