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Just posted one of him in his regalia.
Colby Tootoosis, one of LRI’s founding writers.
You need to check yourself. Women are sacred. They birth nations. Show respect. Without a woman, you wouldn’t exist. LRI loves women. :)
I haven’t seen that since it first aired and I didn’t see it all but I remember thinking it wasn’t my favorite.
Why are you infatuated with us? Romanticism and fetishism of Natives actually hurts legitimate Native culture because you’re seeing a glamorized, sexualized, and often inaccurate portrayal of us. We’re human beings, just like you. Learning about real Native culture is good, but if you aren’t Native yourself, don’t try to speak for us. Those who make ‘Native inspired’ art claiming to be Native when they aren’t are breaking the law too.
THINK NOT ABOUT WHAT YOUR PEOPLE CAN DO FOR YOU – THINK ONLY OF WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR PEOPLE by Damon Corrie
As an indigenous person – we should have as our mantra to live by – this simple co-opted expression:
THINK NOT ABOUT WHAT YOUR PEOPLE CAN DO FOR YOU – THINK ONLY OF WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR PEOPLE
I try to live by this motto, I guess you could say it is ‘holy’ to me, let me not give any other examples than 1 of my very own, of what I have been able to do ON my own just by trying to live up to this every day.
“Traditional tobacco in American Indian communities is considered a sacred gift that is used for spiritual, cultural and ceremonial use and it ensures the continuity of their way of life.” ~ CoCo “fresh” Villaluz LRI-Tobacco Prevention
LRInspire language preservation presents Learning to Speak Paiute Lesson 06 with Myron Dewey
North Quarter Farm. Long Island, NY