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Story of an All-Native American Professional Football team (HD)

Playground of the Native Son (2014) Directed by Celia Xavier & Michael Nash Narrated by Adam Beach “Playground of the Native Son”, a documentary, is the story of the All-Native American Professional Football team in Oklahoma during the 1920’s and 1930’s called “The Hominy Indians”. Twenty two different tribes were represented; some played for one […]

Murdered by Police: John T. Williams, Forever in Our Memories

Honoring John T. Williams, a First Nations master carver, who was shot and killed by Officer Ian Birk of the Seattle Police Department on August 30, 2010. While carrying a small, legal folding knife that he used for carving. While the inquest found that the shooting was unjustified Birk remains a free man. We are […]

Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage by William Loren Katz

William Loren Katz is the author of Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage  His books have won awards and his research, writing and lectures have earned widespread praise from noted scholars such as John Hope Franklin, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., John Henrik Clarke, Howard Zinn, James M. McPherson, Alice Walker, Cornel West, Ivan Van Sertima, Betty […]

Afro Native American Performer, Powwow Dancer

Ausben Dwayne Jordan II “Spottedeagles” also known as his performance persona “King Aus,” descends from Ghanaian/Nigerian/ and Eastern Apache Linage. Known more for being a worldwide performer in his scene, he is also an avid speaker on African and Native rights, culture and Tradition. His career paths have taken him globally, but his heart always […]

Poems From A Far Corner: “Faith” by Charles W. Heckstall

Poems From A Far Corner: “Faith” by Charles W. Heckstall (1929 – 2000) Inside of you is a story...that the world needs to hear. We value your voice and would love to give it a platform to be heard. We personally invite you to join us on this journey of discovery and healing. Share Your Story

Spoken Word Poetry: Quiet by First Nations Mary Black

“Quiet” by Ojibwe First Nations Mary Black Powerful spoken word poetry “QUIET” by Ojibwe Native woman Mary Black on not being silent as an Indigenous woman in Canada and the struggles that First Nations communities face today. Using her voice is like medicine. I will not be quiet, as the system steals our babies and keeps […]

A Tribe Called Red x Prolific The Rapper Music Video

“Black Snakes” Music Video by Prolific The Rapper & A Tribe Called Red Original Song: Pow Wow Stadium by A Tribe Called Red The world deserves to see the truth about #NoDAPL Statement form Prolific The Rapper: I am not selling this song, I do not own the beat, If you like this beat support […]

Native American Inspired Dubstep Music Video

“Make It Bun Dem” Music Video by Skrillex & Damian Marley Reppin’ for tha Nativez DIRECTED BY TALENTED TONY T. DATIS This powerful music video of “Make It Bun Dem” tells so much more than what it depicts.. It depicts a conflict between citizens losing their homes to eminent domain and the officer seeking to […]

Amber Saunders, Black and Native Fancy Shawl Dancer

Amber Saunders of Tuscarora & African heritage Dancing Fancy Shawl at Seminole Tribal Fair (2015) Pow Wow, Hollywood, Florida. Amber Saunders is an enrolled member of the Tuscarora Nation of North Carolina – deer clan. Amber has been active in her Native culture since infancy and has danced at Pow wows all over the United States […]

From Above: Black Man, Native Woman Love Story

“From Above” (2013), is an award winning, myth-poetic feature film about two souls so deeply in love with one another that they are entangled beyond life itself.   (1 hr. 52 min.) Starring Danny Glover and Graham Green. A movie that raises awareness on the interrelated stories of African American and Native American people in North America. […]

Blue Eyes Brown Eyes Exercise by Jane Elliott (1970)

Jane Elliott Make Her 3rd-Grade Kids Hate Each Other For The Best Reason Imaginable. Every children in America should watch this profound video! Blue Eyes Brown Eyes Exercise from “The Eye of The Storm” by Jane Elliott (1970), internationally known teacher, lecturer, diversity trainer. Inspiring Jane Elliott is an internationally known educator, inspiring American teacher and […]

Case for sovereignty of Indigenous Hawaiian Peoples

HAWAII, A CASE FOR SOVEREIGNTY of the Indigenous Hawaiian Peoples By Pua Ishibashi Inside of you is a story...that the world needs to hear. We value your voice and would love to give it a platform to be heard. We personally invite you to join us on this journey of discovery and healing. Share Your Story […]

White America and Social Psychosis by Dixon White

“Throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted; the indifference of those who should have known better; the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most; that has made it possible for evil to triumph.” ~Haile Selassie Our society’s collective consciousness is much like Trump’s, so invested in the […]

Be Aware. Native American Indian Suicide Epidemic

Native American Indian Suicide Epidemic Video Playlist Asking for help is not a sign of weakness, asking for help shows a sign of strength! Suicide is a very big problem within Native American Indian communities, yet it’s something that is barely spoken about. Many Native families know someone who committed or attempted suicide. A discussion […]

No More Hyper-Sexualization of Native Women!

No More Pocahottie, No More Appropriating the Female Native American Indian Image Native American Indian women are 2.5 times more likely to be sexually assaulted in our land than women of any other racial minority group.Some have asked why all the spotlighting on Native American Indian women when it comes to violence and rape? Well […]

7 Steps to White Racial Responsibility by Dixon White

Around 1861 there were approximately 21 million people in the union states and only 9 million in the southern Confederate states. Of those 9 million in the South 4 Million were enslaved africans. By the time the civil war ended over a million people had died in one of the bloodiest wars in history. White […]
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