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Aranesa Turner, Beauty of Pomo and African Heritage

Aranesa Turner, Beauty of Pomo and African Heritage

Aranesa Turner of Pomo and African heritage is a member of the Big Valley Band of Pomo Indian. Her mother was born and raised on the Big Valley Rancheria reservation, and her father is Black American....

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Jihan Gearon, Mixed Black-Navajo (Diné) Advocate

Jihan Gearon, Mixed Black-Navajo (Diné) 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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Association of American Indian Farmers - AAIF

Association of American Indian Farmers - AAIF

The Association of American Indian Farmers (AAIF) is a national organization that provides outreach, advocacy and technical assistance across Native America. It provides access to state and national information concerning Agriculture through newsletters and other special online communication tools. It also facilitates networking with other American Indian Farmers and agriculture professionals.

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National Black Farmers Association's Got Your Back

National Black Farmers Association's Got Your Back

  The National Black Farmers Association (NBFA) is a non-profit organization representing Black American farmers and their families in the United States. NBFA's education and advocacy efforts have been focused on civil rights, land retention, access to public and private loans, education and agricultural training, and rural economic development for Black and other small farmers.

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Moulin Rouge America’s First Interracial Casino (1955)

Moulin Rouge America’s First Interracial Casino (1955)

Moulin Rouge America’s First Interracial Casino (1955). The Moulin Rouge Casino and the rise of Historic Westside Las Vegas by Rose Davis, Indian Voices. Although the doors were only opened six months  America’s first interracial casino was on the front line of the racial struggle in America. The Moulin Rouge Casino is one of the most important casinos in history in helping to end segregation. The casino has a prestigious position in the social s...

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Ashley Callingbull Mrs. Universe First Nations Warrior

Ashley Callingbull Mrs. Universe First Nations Warrior

Ashley Callingbull 'Burnham', First Nations Warrior and Mrs. Universe 2015. Ashley Callingbull is the first ever aboriginal winner of Mrs. Universe. We applaud her stance on important issues that directly affect indigenous people across North America. She gets political, and she doesn't care if you don't like it. The new Mrs. Universe is a First Nations Activist for First Nations Rights and environmental causes in Canada and hardly your 'typical ...

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Aranesa Turner, Beauty of Pomo and African Heritage

Aranesa Turner, Beauty of Pomo and African Heritage

Aranesa Turner of Pomo and African heritage is a member of the Big Valley Band of Pomo Indian. Her mother was born and raised on the Big Valley Rancheria reservation, and her father is Black American. She is believed to be the second American Indian to be selected for the main competition of American Idol (Charly Lowry, being the first).

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Lament for Confederation Speech by Chief Dan George

Lament for Confederation Speech by Chief Dan George

Lament for Confederation Speech by Chief Dan George. On The Dominion of Canada’s 100th birthday, July 1, 1967 Chief Dan George silenced a crowd of 32,000 with his “Lament for Confederation” speech at Empire Stadium, Vancouver BC. Chief Dan George , was an inspiring author, poet, Academy Award-nominated actor and a chief of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, a Coast Salish band located on Burrard Inlet in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.   ...

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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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Lumbee Tribe Defeated KKK and Made History (1958)

Lumbee Tribe Defeated KKK and Made History (1958)

The Lumbee Tribe made history January 18, 1958 with the Battle of Hayes Pond.  This was the night the Lumbees defeated the KKK and captured their hate filled banner, and in doing so stopped Klan activity in Robeson County North Carolina. By the mid-...

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Truth about Christopher Columbus: Murderer, Rapist

Truth about Christopher Columbus: Murderer, Rapist

"The Truth about Christopher Columbus" by GrayWolf. Many people are very much against Columbus having his own holiday. They feel Columbus Day should be abolished, and that his true history should be well exposed to the public. If you don'...

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