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The Myths of Thanksgiving

By Ave Lee-Green Thanksgiving is a day to spend time with family, eat good food, and give thanks to the people who have helped you in the past year. Although the traditional story of the first Thanksgiving includes Pilgrims settling on Plymouth Rock and celebrating the first harvest with the…

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Equality Talks Podcast: Prairie Rose Seminole

Prairie Rose Seminole, We Ride For Her Prairie Rose Seminole - Northern Cheyenne, Arikara and Dakota. Seminole is an educator, culture bearer and storyteller. She is the Co-Director of the film, We Ride For Her- a short documentary on the crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives. Seminole has served…

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Stalking and human trafficking in the Indigenous community

From the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC) newsletter: January is National Stalking Awareness Month & Human Trafficking Awareness Month As Native women in the United States experience some of the highest rates of violent victimization for stalking and sex trafficking, the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC) strongly supports…

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Celebrating and taking action on Native women’s equal pay day

By Sana Mamtaney To make the same amount that white, non-Hispanic males were paid in 2021, Native women had to work until today, November 30, 2022. It takes 22 months, nearly two years, for a Native woman to earn what a white man makes in just a year.  That’s why…

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Honoring Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By Jenny Horn Indigenous Peoples’ Day has garnered more support, celebration, and recognition in recent years due to the increased awareness of the countless atrocities committed by colonizers against Native American and Indigenous communities across what eventually became the United States of America. Often acknowledged as a replacement for Columbus…

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Must Reads for Native American Heritage Month

By Aryana Goodarzi Want to confront colonialism with your bookcase? These are some must reads we have for Native American Heritage Month. Heart Berries: A Memoir by Terese Marie Mailhot “My story was maltreated. The words were too strong and ugly to speak. I tried to tell someone my story…

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Two-Spirited: Decolonizing gender norms

By Velu Ochoa “In my culture we have people who dress half-man, half-woman. Winkte, we call them in our language. If you are Winkte, that is an honorable term and you are a special human being and among my nation and all Plains people, we consider you a teacher of…

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Sustainability within Indigenous history and communities & what we can learn

By Jenny Horn For Native American History Month, we’ll be highlighting some of the issues the indigenous communities of the United States are dealing with, how we can support them, and how we can learn from them. Native Americans were the first and original environmentalists on American soil, and it…

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How the pandemic has disproportionately affected Indigenous communities

By Jenny Horn For Native American History Month, we'll be highlighting some of the issues the Indigenous communities of the United States are dealing with, how we can support them, and how we can learn from them. It is immensely clear that the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic affects people of all…

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