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Mayor Vi Lyles Oct 14
So pleased to proclaim today, Oct. 14, 2019 as in the City of Charlotte. Our state is home to many Native American tribes and it is so important that we continue to honor their beautiful culture.
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Kamakaila🌻💫 Oct 14
James Cook arrived in Hawaiʻi in 1778 and within a century the Hawaiian population declined 95% (Stannard 1991). Those of us standing here now are the result of strength, love, and perseverance. Happy to my Lāhui Hawaiʻi ❤️
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Kevin Flynn Oct 14
My son wore this to school today to celebrate he goes to a 99% white school and said he was able to talk to other students about the importance of native Americans in 2019. So proud of him! Always encourage your children to learn how to lead! 💪🏾
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Dascha Polanco Oct 14
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GRAVELY UNUSUAL MAGAZINE Oct 14
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spidey-squad Oct 14
happy indigenous peoples day😋 heres a photoset of me cause I'm allowed to be full of myself
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Joey Saladino Oct 14
Happy Columbus Day, Never thought I would see so much Anti-Italian Sentiment coming from the left. Get over it, it’s our land now. Without Columbus, the modern world we live in today wouldn’t exist!
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mmiw_communities01 Nov 7
Over 400 cases of missing or murdered Indigenous women have been identified, and 4/5 indigenous women experience violence today. It's crazy how little support or attention they have received by others.
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❄️behdahbs❄️ Oct 14
On my walk today I felt indigenous af being on the land even for a few minutes🧡
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Teresa Tomlinson Oct 14
42 YEARS - Think about that for a minute. The Native Nations first proposed this change 42 YEARS ago & yet, "Columbus Day" is still officially recognized. It is beyond time to correct the record. .
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Garry Van Kirk (Iwastela Wasʼagya) Oct 14
Since 1992, Native American advocates have pressed states to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples' Day to honor native culture.
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Sema Hernandez for U.S. Senate Oct 14
We celebrate our indigenous identity. We reject the "Doctrine of Discovery".
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Shawnee Rose Momberg Oct 14
Had to dig out my caddiest Indin pic for
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trans4pete Oct 14
On , we’d like to celebrate our two-spirit and Indigenous trans siblings! Learn more about two-spirit as an umbrella term and the work being done to recognize indigenous gender history
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Tulsa Yang Gang 🧢 Oct 17
Deleted. But never forgotten. I can never support because of the comments she has made on this subject. Also, the lack of support on her part, to millions of indigenous people in this country. Don’t let her fool you.
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Lee M. Tipton: #amediting, #amquerying, #amwriting Oct 14
Today, I remember those who walked the Trail of Tears, those who were ripped away from home, family, & culture, forced to give up even the language of their ancestors. Today & every day, my tears fall, knowing all indigenous people suffer[ed] similar.
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Kevin Flynn Oct 14
My beautiful Sicangu Lakota sister and her daughter celebrating Her daughter will be a newly enrolled tribal citizen of the Rosebud Lakota Nation next cycle! ✊🏾🎉
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Dr. Karen James Oct 14
Of the remaining 4 tribes of the Wabanaki Confederacy, there are just 8,000 tribal members alive today. That is a *96% reduction* from before European contact. For those of us who live in northern New England, we have a responsibility to know about this.
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Cut.com Oct 14
In 2015, we asked a group of Indigenous people to do word associations on camera. These are the responses to “Christopher Columbus”.
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Unicorn Riot Nov 4
For , Minnesota activist and allies marched on tar sands pipeline terminal located at , . The march was to tell , the owner of the pipeline network, that “Line 3 will not be built!”
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