Topic: Colonization

Origin of Word Indian Pertaining to American Indians

Do you know the true origin and meaning of the word “Indian” as it pertains to American Indians? Many people have argued that American Indian is not the correct term for our people who are the original inhabitants of the Americas. Many assume that the word Indian comes from Columbus being lost at sea and […]

Truth about Christopher Columbus: A Genocidal Maniac

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’t know why that is, I highly recommend you thoroughly research the mans history. Here are a few random facts as well as […]

Declaration of Independence. The 4th of July, 1776

The Declaration of Independence is a statement adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776 Which announced that the thirteen American colonies, then at war with Great Britain, regarded themselves as independent states, and no longer a part of the British Empire. Instead they formed a union that would become a new nation—the United […]

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 […]

Rarely Told History of Native American Indian Slavery

It is not known how many Indians were enslaved by the Europeans, but they certainly numbered in the tens of thousands.  It is estimated that Carolina merchants operating out of Charles Town shipped an estimated 30,000 to 50,000 Indian captives between 1670 and 1715. This was a very profitable slave trade with the Caribbean, Spanish […]
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