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5th Graders in North Carolina influenced to accept Indians as Mascots, Redskins, objectified relics, owned fetishes

5th Graders in North Carolina influenced to accept Indians as Mascots, Redskins, objectified relics, owned fetishes

Thank you so much for all the information regarding the real names of the first people's nations! I love your blog and I'm thankful you're here to teach the truth that's never offered in the public school education system.

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Anonymous

No problem.

Why is it that white people always claim to be Cherokee, out of every native nation out there?

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Anonymous

Who knows. They’re the largest tribe according to the U.S. government but mainly because they allow very small blood quantum for enrollment. If the Lakota and Dakota decreased our blood quantum requirements from a quarter to say, 1/64th, we would be larger. Cherokee also have been known to non-Natives longer and were considered one of the ‘five civilized tribes.’ Some of the rest of us, not so much. The rest is speculation.

If a white person is adopted into a native family, is raised with native traditional values, learns the language, and is native in every aspect but blood quantum, would you still consider them to be white?

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Anonymous

If a white person were adopted into a black family, does that make them black?

Maybe this is a stupid question, but were a lot of tribes renamed by whites? You mentioned the Sioux having a French name derived from the word "enemy" and the Cherokee not identifying themselves as Cherokee.

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Anonymous

Well the Oceti Sakowin called whites ‘wasicu.’ But its less to do with skin color and more to do with behavior. Wasicu means ‘takes the fat.’ It references their greed.

We abide by natural law, not patriarch made, fiat currency, extractive industry, capital privilege laden law

We abide by natural law, not patriarch made, fiat currency, extractive industry, capital privilege laden law