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Jihan Gearon, Indigenous Peoples Rights Advocate

Jihan Gearon, Indigenous Peoples Rights Advocate

Celebrating inspiring Jihan Gearon who is Diné (Navajo) and Black American.  Jihan Gearon is the Executive Director of the Black Mesa Water Coalition and an aggressive advocate of Indigenous Peoples ...

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Fee Adams Lady Xplicit, Afro-Navajo Hip Hop Artist

Fee Adams Lady Xplicit, Afro-Navajo Hip Hop Artist

"Celebrating Afro Native Hip Hop artist 'Lady X'" by Sheilah Dasher. Working with her tribe Lady X of Navajo and African heritage has helped promote safe sex awareness through her music, a...

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Willie Stargell, Pro-Baseball Superstar (1940 – 2001)

Willie Stargell, Pro-Baseball Superstar (1940 – 2001)

Wilver Dornell "Willie" Stargell (March 6, 1940 – April 9, 2001), nicknamed "Pops" in the later years of his career was an American professional baseball player of African and Semi...

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Jihan Gearon, Indigenous Peoples Rights Advocate

Jihan Gearon, Indigenous Peoples Rights Advocate

Celebrating inspiring Jihan Gearon who is Diné (Navajo) and Black American.  Jihan Gearon is the Executive Director of the Black Mesa Water Coalition and an aggressive advocate of Indigenous Peoples rights and environmental justice as well as an active organizer, speaker, and writer on these issues.

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Healing Prayer Fan Project. The Gift of Love Cures!

Healing Prayer Fan Project. The Gift of Love Cures!

The Healing Prayer Fan Project offers children and/or adult students in Miami-Dade/Broward County the opportunity to create Native American healing prayer fans for children or adults in need of spiritual healing. Students produce one sacred, handmade healing prayer fan. Every prayer is an act of love. This Project expands to groups or individuals such as wounded veterans, injured firefighters, children with special needs, those in nursing homes, ...

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Cultural Genocide Survivor Walking The Red Road

Cultural Genocide Survivor Walking The Red Road

Bridging The Gap: Personal Story of a Modern Day Cultural Genocide Survivor. My name is Wayne William Snellgrove. The story I wish to share with you is about the pain of being stolen from my mother at birth and the harsh reality of being “assimilated” into white culture with damning results. And finally, my story is about meeting my birth mother – a meeting that saved my life and set me on the Red Road of my ancestors.

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Indian Voices, Rose Davis, Native American Newspaper

Indian Voices, Rose Davis, Native American Newspaper

Celebrating Indian Voices, Native American Newspaper and Journalist, Activist Rose Davis in San Diego, California. Indian Voices is a community service that publishes monthly in San Diego. Besides a 24/7 online presence several  thousand hard copies go out to various sites including many of the Native American Indian Reservations in San Diego County.  

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Stoney Creek Drums at Seminole Tribal Fair Pow Wow

Stoney Creek Drums at Seminole Tribal Fair Pow Wow

Mama's Boy by Stoney Creek. Powerful performance of Stoney Creek from North Carolina performing "Mama's Boy" at the Seminole Tribal Fair and Pow Wow 2015 in Hard Rock Live, Hollywood, Florida February 8, 2015. Drummers Singers: Jesse Richardson-lead singer, Marty Richardson, Josh Richardson, Chris Strickland, Timothy Mills, Otter Big Mountain, William Jones, Kaya Littleturtle, Josh Moore, Keith Cox, Dakota Richardson. Backup singer is...

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It’s Time to End Black History Month by Michael Coard

It’s Time to End Black History Month by Michael Coard

"It’s Time to End Black History Month." by Michael Coard from Phillymag.com. Despite being the self-described “Angriest Black Man in America,” I agree with many whites who argue that Black History Month should be abolished. But we agree for totally different reasons. They want it abolished because they're either, at best, racially insensitive or, at worst, just plain racist.

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George Crum, Inventor of Potato Chips (1828 - 1914)

George Crum, Inventor of Potato Chips (1828 - 1914)

Honoring George Crum, born George Speck, of African and Native American Indian heritage. Every time a person crunches into a potato chip, he or she is enjoying the delicious taste of one of the world's most famous snacks – a treat that might not exis...

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Silent Film, All-Native Cast "The Daughter of Dawn"

Silent Film, All-Native Cast "The Daughter of Dawn"

Silent Film With All-Native Cast including Wanada Parker, daughter of Chief Quannah Parker. "The Daughter of Dawn" (1920), a silent film featuring an all-Native cast came to be made, lost seemingly forever, was discovered nearly a century l...

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Buffalo Child Long Lance, Black Indian (1890 - 1932)

Buffalo Child Long Lance, Black Indian (1890 - 1932)

A Brilliant human being, of African, Native Caucasian heritage that taught society, through his ruse, how foolish it is to judge a human being by their ethnicity. Sadly, the culture that Long Lance lived in was not ready for that message. Born Sylv...

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