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  5. captdarling:

Venetie, Alaska 1992

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    Venetie, Alaska 1992

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  6. lastrealindians:

South Dakota Tribes Barred from Obama Meeting By Brandon Ecoffey
PINE RIDGE –– President Obama’s historic visit to Standing Rock last week was celebrated across Indian Country. However, after days of speculation, neighboring tribes from South Dakota were barred from a round table discussion that the president had with tribal leaders from North Dakota.
“President Obama missed out on a real opportunity to have a face to face consultation with tribes in South Dakota,” said Oglala Sioux Tribal President Bryan Brewer. “We had several issues that we had planned on bringing to President Obama but that wasn’t allowed to happen.”
Earlier this year Brewer had walked out of a meeting with White House officials after he and several other tribal leaders were greeted by what he called “low-level” staffers during the highly publicized Cowboy and Indian Alliance protests in Washington D.C. against the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.
READ MORE HERE: http://lastrealindians.com/south-dakota-tribes-barred-from-obama-meeting-by-brandon-ecoffey/

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    South Dakota Tribes Barred from Obama Meeting By Brandon Ecoffey

    PINE RIDGE –– President Obama’s historic visit to Standing Rock last week was celebrated across Indian Country. However, after days of speculation, neighboring tribes from South Dakota were barred from a round table discussion that the president had with tribal leaders from North Dakota.

    “President Obama missed out on a real opportunity to have a face to face consultation with tribes in South Dakota,” said Oglala Sioux Tribal President Bryan Brewer. “We had several issues that we had planned on bringing to President Obama but that wasn’t allowed to happen.”

    Earlier this year Brewer had walked out of a meeting with White House officials after he and several other tribal leaders were greeted by what he called “low-level” staffers during the highly publicized Cowboy and Indian Alliance protests in Washington D.C. against the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.

    READ MORE HERE: http://lastrealindians.com/south-dakota-tribes-barred-from-obama-meeting-by-brandon-ecoffey/

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  8. iheartcrows:

Nevermore by PoesDaughter

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    Nevermore by PoesDaughter

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  9. redindianwoman:

culturite:

"No Trespassing" - Gregg Deal // silkscreen print: https://squareup.com/market/gregg-deal/no-trespassing

Everywhere in North and South America!!!

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    "No Trespassing" - Gregg Deal // silkscreen print: https://squareup.com/market/gregg-deal/no-trespassing

    Everywhere in North and South America!!!

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  12. neeta-inari:

maarnayeri:

So this photo, much to my astonishment, has been circulating on various social media networks to incite an emotional response out of people to the plight of Palestinians. There are a couple issues with this.
America is a settler colonial state. And no, this is not something of the past. Many people, including activists unfortunately, often portray the suffering of Indigenous communities as something that is not rooted in the present. Its not a reality that doesn’t have adverse affects on Indigenous communities currently. Trafficking on reservations is a reality. Mass impoverishment and skyrocketing prices and in turn, lacking access to food in Indigenous communities is a reality. Violence and continued colonization is a grounded and apparently a neglected social justice issue.
This parallel, whether or not it intends to, is crudely neglectful of that. To assume the vast majority of settlers in the US would exude empathy for Palestinians and their stolen land and the ghettoization, if not demolishment of their homes is to assume that they would also then be actively committed to addressing and deconstructing the oppression faced by NDN communities, which is patently false.
Since America in itself is an illegitimate state, the upheaval of the US should not be threatening to anyone who considers themselves a decolonial activist. This photo pretty much says “imagine Americans, if this happened to your country”, but this isn’t our country. None of this is our land to begin with, aside from Indigenous and Black American communities, who have felt the backlash and served as the main and direct recipients of US violence for hundreds of years. No one living in America who does not descend from the genocided and the trafficked should feel the entitlement to and comfort of this land and living here that this infograph would require one to.
How can we expect those that have been here and were the first to experience US bred brutality to feel empathy with us if we are not willing to extend genuine solidarity and exhibit constant conscientiousness of their struggle? I believe in Muslim communities and that we’re able to have a more nuanced and inclusive approach than this. We can’t denounce settler neglect elsewhere while perpetuating it ourselves, which is precisely what this photo did. That’s not activism, that’s exploitation.

What the shit are ppl even thinking.

the fucks that made this are just as ignorant, do they not realise the territory that represents this flag is also a settler state or are honkies that ignorant as to how they came about in the US

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    maarnayeri:

    So this photo, much to my astonishment, has been circulating on various social media networks to incite an emotional response out of people to the plight of Palestinians. There are a couple issues with this.

    America is a settler colonial state. And no, this is not something of the past. Many people, including activists unfortunately, often portray the suffering of Indigenous communities as something that is not rooted in the present. Its not a reality that doesn’t have adverse affects on Indigenous communities currently. Trafficking on reservations is a reality. Mass impoverishment and skyrocketing prices and in turn, lacking access to food in Indigenous communities is a reality. Violence and continued colonization is a grounded and apparently a neglected social justice issue.

    This parallel, whether or not it intends to, is crudely neglectful of that. To assume the vast majority of settlers in the US would exude empathy for Palestinians and their stolen land and the ghettoization, if not demolishment of their homes is to assume that they would also then be actively committed to addressing and deconstructing the oppression faced by NDN communities, which is patently false.

    Since America in itself is an illegitimate state, the upheaval of the US should not be threatening to anyone who considers themselves a decolonial activist. This photo pretty much says “imagine Americans, if this happened to your country”, but this isn’t our country. None of this is our land to begin with, aside from Indigenous and Black American communities, who have felt the backlash and served as the main and direct recipients of US violence for hundreds of years. No one living in America who does not descend from the genocided and the trafficked should feel the entitlement to and comfort of this land and living here that this infograph would require one to.

    How can we expect those that have been here and were the first to experience US bred brutality to feel empathy with us if we are not willing to extend genuine solidarity and exhibit constant conscientiousness of their struggle? I believe in Muslim communities and that we’re able to have a more nuanced and inclusive approach than this. We can’t denounce settler neglect elsewhere while perpetuating it ourselves, which is precisely what this photo did. That’s not activism, that’s exploitation.

    What the shit are ppl even thinking.

    the fucks that made this are just as ignorant, do they not realise the territory that represents this flag is also a settler state or are honkies that ignorant as to how they came about in the US

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  13. oxdxclothing:

OXDX #IdleNoMore Tribute piece
This design makes me feel F-in electric! #native #canada

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    OXDX #IdleNoMore Tribute piece

    This design makes me feel F-in electric! #native #canada

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  14. thelandofmaps:

Native American Tribes (2194x1702)CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

thoughts on this from my Native brothers and sisters in the US, I haven’t seen this version before

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    Native American Tribes (2194x1702)
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    thoughts on this from my Native brothers and sisters in the US, I haven’t seen this version before

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