Happy New Year to all the indigenous people that know the truth about our calendar. Today marks the day of indigenous New Year many people have no clue about what we’re talking about but if you’re indigenous there’s nothing to explain just happy New Year.
Companies set up by members of a self-described and state-recognized Creek Indian tribe in Alabama have received more than $240 million in federal minority-business contracts, despite a determination by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs that there is no credible evidence the group has Native American ancestry, a Los Angeles Times investigation has found. Federal […]
Bison are surprisingly fast and agile, despite their incredible bulk. But can the colossal critters at Yellowstone National Park actually jump? On Saturday the U.S. Department of the Interior shared a rare image that shows a bison leaping fully off the ground, with the Facebook description: “No, the bison at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming […]
The Dade battle was an 1835 military defeat for the United States Army. The U.S. was attempting to force the Seminoles to move away from their land in Florida and relocate to Indian Territory.
Our Program An outdoor rite-of-passage experience for urban youth Camping to Connect is an experiential learning and mentorship initiative for underserved young men from New York’s inner-city communities. Source: https://campingtoconnect.com/
The Chata Muskogee Yamassee Nation originated in the Southeastern parts of what we now call, the United States. We as indigenous peoples of Turtle Island remember a story of these lands that most of our history books have not yet shared, thanks to our elders and their preservation of these great sharings we are able […]
For many of the people of North America the indigenous people had suffered a lot of losses. But the main thing that most people overlooking is what was mainly taken from us. What was tooken from us was our homes not money. What was tooken from us was hunting grounds and lakes rivers streams hot […]
James Maskalyk is an emergency physician, associate professor in the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine and author of the forthcoming book Doctor: Heal Thyself. Dave Courchene is the founder of the Turtle Lodge International Centre for Indigenous Education and Wellness and chair of its National Knowledge Keepers’ Council. If humanity is to endure, the […]
1902: A law is passed disallowing long hair on Indian men. Is this why they try to teach our people to cut your hair so you can get a job? When in actuality is because you might go to jail aka slavery For being stereotyped based on racial profiling.