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nativeamericannews:

The Creek War Results
On August 9, 1814, Andrew Jackson forced headmen of both the Upper and Lower Towns of Creek to sign the Treaty of Fort Jackson. Despite protest of the Creek chiefs who had fought alongside Jackson, the Creek Nation ceded 21,086,793 acres (85,335 km²) of land—half of Alabama and part of southern Georgia—to the United States government. Even though the Creek War was largely a civil war among the Creek, Andrew Jackson recognized no difference between his Lower Creek allies and the Red Sticks who fought against him.

nativeamericannews:

The Creek War Results

On August 9, 1814, Andrew Jackson forced headmen of both the Upper and Lower Towns of Creek to sign the Treaty of Fort Jackson. Despite protest of the Creek chiefs who had fought alongside Jackson, the Creek Nation ceded 21,086,793 acres (85,335 km²) of land—half of Alabama and part of southern Georgia—to the United States government. Even though the Creek War was largely a civil war among the Creek, Andrew Jackson recognized no difference between his Lower Creek allies and the Red Sticks who fought against him.

I’d love to learn more about the folklore of your Native American culture.

Folklore.

Native American culture.

*FOLKLORE* of homogeneity. Piss off.

your smile belongs at the CDC bc its infectious
GOOOOOD god. obviously nothing to do with being indigenous but it was too good to pass up. 

sheep-boy:

"guess we cant have different opinions on tumblr"

nah son. an opinion is like “orange juice is nasty” or “fall out boy is overrated”

"your gender identity is ridiculous and you dont deserve to have it respected" is straight up bullshit and you should be called out on it

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thegoddamazon:

I want to reblog this every time I see it.

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thenonbinarysafespace:

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myintrovertedmind:

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P.R.E.A.C.H.

Let’s do this for Indian country!

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wearepioneerspress:

catnip-isonehellofa-drug:

so i bought a few zines from pioneers press and they sent me a few free stickers and this patch.
yooooooo~

Hope you like that one! Occasionally you’ll meet people who get really offended and are like, “Ey, what did Columbus ever do wrong?”

You should really support Pioneer Press — they’re doing some amazing things and don’t buy into colonialist bullshit like Columbus Day.

wearepioneerspress:

catnip-isonehellofa-drug:

so i bought a few zines from pioneers press and they sent me a few free stickers and this patch.

yooooooo~

Hope you like that one! Occasionally you’ll meet people who get really offended and are like, “Ey, what did Columbus ever do wrong?”

You should really support Pioneer Press — they’re doing some amazing things and don’t buy into colonialist bullshit like Columbus Day.

If you need help on the media side I work in broadcasting.
This has nothing to do with being Native, but I am getting REAL sick of this. I do not need your assistance. I will be your boss one day. Piss off.
I would love to learn more about you, and also to chat about native americans. I find the culture very fascinating, and love to learn more about it. Which tribe did you come from? I am a honorary Seminole in my heart. I am also a journalist :)
The grammar, the punctuation, the capitalization (or lack thereof)… The reference to me existing in the past, the completely confusing “honorary Seminole in my heart” bit, which I’m assuming was influenced by FSU’s national championship this year… OR the fact that this person is apparently a journalist and is still making all these mistakes? WHICH IS WORSE?
The life and times of an NDN girl living down south and the things white guys do to get in my pants. See also: what not to do.