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fire, lightning, storm clouds, the moon. mixed cis womyn. anishinaabe bimaadiziwin.
thin, able-bodied, neurotypical, straight-passing, and class privileges.
+ I think the primary difference is that Indians experience and relate to a living universe, whereas Western people, especially scientists, reduce all things, living or not, to objects. by: Vine Deloria (via thingsandschemes)

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jaquefragua:

OUTDOOR

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nevver:

Means of Reproduction, Svjetlana Tepavcevic

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la-negra-barbuda:

this could be us but… well, i couldn’t find a strong enough beam for the hammock.

la-negra-barbuda:

this could be us but… well, i couldn’t find a strong enough beam for the hammock.

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essence-of-ebony:

thoughtsofablackgirl:

Yaya Alafia Dacosta has joined the long line of celebrity mothers who are attempting to normalize nursing by posting photos of themselves breastfeeding on Instagram.

I swear this woman is perfect.

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memory63:

Po-ca-tel-lo, Yakima or Umatilla Indian, from Oregon. Photograph taken in 1900.
What a beautiful man!

why the fuck did idaho have to name a city after him. like. i’m finished with settler colonialism…

memory63:

Po-ca-tel-lo, Yakima or Umatilla Indian, from Oregon. Photograph taken in 1900.

What a beautiful man!

why the fuck did idaho have to name a city after him. like. i’m finished with settler colonialism…

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iamstevieb:

Nicki Minaj - Chi-Raq (Solo)

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voyeurismofexactitude:

A Tribe Called Red releases “Sisters” music video

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policymic:

This is what American Indians really look like

 ”Where’s your horse? Would you bless me? I’ve always wanted to be blessed by an Indian.”

These are the types of questions photographer Matika Wilbur, a member of the Swinomish and Tulalip tribes, has encountered when meeting non-Native people. Such experiences have largely prompted her latest endeavor, Project 562. Wilbur, whose name means “messenger,” wants to use her photography to deliver a powerful message about what it means to be Indian.

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