Topic: Alcoholism

Indian Boarding Schools: Assassination of a Culture

Indian Boarding Schools: Anglo-American Cultural Terrorism “kill the Indian, save the man.”   “Sexual Trauma: One Legacy of the Boarding School Era” by Ruth Hopkins Every American Indian alive today has been affected by the policy of assimilation implemented by the United States government in centuries past. Under the guise of Manifest Destiny, European invaders […]

Reconsider Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day

Reconsider Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s Day! Columbus Day marks not a day of discovery, but the beginning of hundreds of years of horrific genocide, not just for indigenous communities but also for other communities of color with whom native history is profoundly entwined. “Columbus Day” was made a federal holiday in 1934, when Native […]

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 […]
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