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by @plant_basedbae

Feeling a lot of things tonight about Indigenous identity, Senator Elizabeth Warren, and 45’s baiting of her (because that’s what it is). Maybe I will figure out my thoughts, and I will be sure to share them. However, as my friend @coyahope said to me, “the fact that 45 is trading on this particular pain right now isn’t an accident. Let’s not forget that, because he likes to start a fight before he does something truly awful. He hates Natives and he hates our status, as a government to government, relationship with the US. His baiting of Elizabeth Warren has more to do with his desire to implement a new era of termination.”
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by @nativefathers

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by @leonardodacaprio_

#Regram #RG @AmazonFrontlines: Cost is one of the greatest barriers to getting kids into the classroom in the Amazon. Even though public school is free in Ecuador, schools supplies, transportation and uniforms can be a daunting financial burden on families. In indigenous communities, children are invited to wear culturally traditional uniforms to school once a week. Although women have been sewing these uniforms by hand for generations, the government required families to buy these traditional uniforms from outside manufacturers. Moreover, the uniforms don’t reflect cultural differences between one community and another, and often the design itself isn’t accurate. A group of Kofan women decided to take matters into their own hands. They started a women’s sewing cooperative in the community of Dureno and are pushing the government to hire them to produce the traditional uniforms for the next school year. Kofan women have been taking part in intensive sewing workshops organized by the cooperative and have set their sites beyond just producing uniforms for their children— they are beginning to make clothing for the whole community! #amazon #amazonlife##AmazonRainforest #indigenousrights #indigenousresilience#indigenousrising#forestguardians #resistance#indigenousresistance#culture#indigenousculture#culturaindigena#indigenouswomen#womenleaders


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by @nativeamerican_usa

You are viewing a rare image of High Hawk. It was taken in 1907 by Edward S. Curtis. The image shows High Hawk, standing, facing left, in ceremonial dress, war bonnet and holding a coup stick.
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by @ta2dfreek

CW: racism, Indian residential schools
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In today’s edition of How This Country Was Founded On Racism, we see the circa 1860’s “Tourist Series” stereograph of oppresses indigenous children from an Indian Residential School. As we can see this is a class of all girls. And while many photo processes of that era were slow and needed to have straight faced subjects, this is a silver gelatin print that was not that slow. Their expressions speak volumes. Just another tidbit of our countries bloody, abusive, violent and oppressive foundation.
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by @positivelyangry

Dear white women, we need to be better.

It's not enough to talk about intersectionality in our safe spaces. It's not enough to post about ourselves or our mothers or grandmothers marching for civil rights.
Because what we are doing when we leave those spaces is contradictory.

I'm talking to the white women like the lady who stood in the doorway of an apartment building blocking a black man from entering because she "felt unsafe" - who proceeded to call the police on a man who lived in said building.

I'm talking to the white women like the woman who started a business with a racist slur in the name - who when she was informed that that word was a slur, proceeded to make a live video crying about how she didn't know it was a slur, and apologizing to her customers, but ultimately saying that since she didn't know that word was a slur it is okay for her to use it.
I'm talking to the white women who hear about sexual assault and rape cases, who proceed to make jokes on social media about it, or to talk about how not all men commit sexual assault.

I'm talking to the white women who successfully protest pipelines going near their homes, but don't support indigenous people doing the exact same thing because "well, we need oil!"
I'm talking to the white women who proudly talk about their history supporting civil rights (marching with Dr. King!) but still give stink-eye to the WOC spending their EBT next to them at the grocery store.

I'm talking to the white women who "prefer to stay out of politics" and "just want to think about positive things" - that's white privilege and you are taking advantage of it.

I'm talking to the white women who see posts about not wearing cultures as costumes at Halloween, but dress their daughters up as Pocahontas anyway because "she really WANTS to and I don't want to talk about all that stuff with her yet, she's a child!!" You. Are. Part. Of. The. Problem.
This is not being allies.
The correct response to being told you are using a racial slur is to apologize to the person hurt by that word, and to IMMEDIATELY stop using that word. Don't center yourself. It's not about you.


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by @terriblegraphicdesign

Sometimes terrible graphic design is just full-on racism where a white person uses an ethnic slur and white-washes an indigenous people in their ugly logo. And as if that wasn’t bad enough, the type treatment is terrible. Don’t put lettering around in a circle, and if you do, give it some padding FFS. But mostly, don’t be racist. Squ*w is censored because it’s a racial slur. .
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by @journeysinfilm

There’s still time for Los Angeles educators to join us this weekend at @museumoftolerance! Prepare to teach human rights and environmental advocacy using @amazonaid‘s River of Gold.🌎 Link ⬆️✨
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by @cecideresende

@Regran_ed from @leonardodicaprio - #Regram #RG @AmazonFrontlines: Cost is one of the greatest barriers to getting kids into the classroom in the Amazon. Even though public school is free in Ecuador, schools supplies, transportation and uniforms can be a daunting financial burden on families. In indigenous communities, children are invited to wear culturally traditional uniforms to school once a week. Although women have been sewing these uniforms by hand for generations, the government required families to buy these traditional uniforms from outside manufacturers. Moreover, the uniforms don’t reflect cultural differences between one community and another, and often the design itself isn’t accurate. A group of Kofan women decided to take matters into their own hands. They started a women’s sewing cooperative in the community of Dureno and are pushing the government to hire them to produce the traditional uniforms for the next school year. Kofan women have been taking part in intensive sewing workshops organized by the cooperative and have set their sites beyond just producing uniforms for their children— they are beginning to make clothing for the whole community! #amazon #amazonlife##AmazonRainforest #indigenousrights #indigenousresilience#indigenousrising#forestguardians #resistance#indigenousresistance#culture#indigenousculture#culturaindigena#indigenouswomen#womenleaders - #regrann


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by @adrianne_c_williams

Mount Royal University held a Symposium today on the Violence of Exclusion. The pain, of marginalized groups is real and the voices that I heard today spoke to a call for action and change. ✊🏾#violence #webeliveyou #loveovereverything #indigenousrights #art #mountroyaluniversity #disabilityawareness

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