No. Some tribes have clan systems within them. Clans are kinship groups, extended family with a common ancestor.
Interesting. To my knowledge people aren’t banished over it but reactions run the gamut from being community pariahs where you’re disowned by family to just being laughed at and talked about behind your back. If they have kids those children will have a hard time with it.
How are they honoring Tribes? By mocking our Native ancestors with mascot Jackassery, or by promoting false and negative stereotypes about us? Are they honoring us when they try to silence activists or say we have no right to be offended?
When non-Natives get dream catcher tattoos it’s a form of cultural appropriation.
Depends on the Tribe but its frowned upon across the board.
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The horror story of human trafficking crosses boarders and race, but it seems to be especially bad for Native American children that are in foster care in America. The Lakota People’s Law Project has been moving forward in creating a foster care program run by Lakota, for Lakota so that the tribes are in charge of their family services programs. With this in place, the human trafficking of Native American foster children must be stopped!
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Indian Water Rights Concerns Draws Strategists – by LRI
Long, long ago there was only darkness (han), han was not nothing but was and is a “darkness”, during this time Inyan was the foremost spiritual entity and he became aware of himself and was lonely so he decided to create another, this was and is Maka (Earth) and to do this he had to Create of himself. Thus, he began to spin with such explosive force that the whole of Creation was begun but that Creation was only possible because he was willing to sacrifice of himself, to give up his place as the foremost power (under the Incomprehensible Sacred) and to give his own blood (which is water) which now carries his power, but he remained with with sacred power and became tunka (the oldest god, or the “rock” as it is known today). -A Creation Story of the Oceti Sakowin (Great Sioux Nation). Spiritual Leader Leonard Crow Dog was on hand to impart the spiritual relationship that Original Peoples of the hemisphere, and all beings by extension, have with the water.
Crow Dog stated “our souls are hungry, for what?, the water of life.”
The Great Plains Tribal Water Alliance hosted the Missouri River & Ogallala Aquifer Indian Water Rights Conference 2014 in the Black Hills of Tetonwan Territory (Rapid City, SD) July 23-24, 2014. The main topics of the gathering were Water Quality, Quanitification, and addressing the Army Corp of Engineers plan to unilaterally manage the river, to the exclusion and detriment of Tribal Nations (who possess Treaty and Winter’s Rights to the surface and ground waters, river beds and banks).
All of them, any you wish to.