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Responds to 'la Coxina' Kano Xiklize Dirt Xildren Por Vida! I want to meet the old trees and embrace all that I encounter. Ometeotl, may we stay blessed and always a student.

It's funny how all of that was never brought up in school either. It's a part of history that everyone needs to know.

It's funny how all of that was never brought up in school either. It's a part of history that everyone needs to know.

Isn't this ironic- forbidden to speak native languages and then, one day that is critical in the war to save this nation

Isn't this ironic- forbidden to speak native languages and then, one day that is critical in the war to save this nation

Zintka Lanuni "Lost Bird", orphaned in the Battle of Wounded Knee (29-12-1890) and taken away from her Native American tribe by General Leonard Wright Colby. (No date - Photographer unknown) (Photoshopped)

Zintka Lanuni "Lost Bird", orphaned in the Battle of Wounded Knee (29-12-1890) and taken away from her Native American tribe by General Leonard Wright Colby. (No date - Photographer unknown) (Photoshopped)

In the United States, Native Americans are considered to be people whose pre-Columbian ancestors were indigenous to the lands within the nation’s

In the United States, Native Americans are considered to be people whose pre-Columbian ancestors were indigenous to the lands within the nation’s

by Bruce Dunlavy              (My blog home page and index of other posts may be found here.) To see my other, more recent, posts on the work of Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, click here, here, here, and he…

Red Cloud...this will forever be a stain on the history of the United States, although we cannot change it we can do whatever is needed now.

Red Cloud...this will forever be a stain on the history of the United States, although we cannot change it we can do whatever is needed now.

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