Sooooo it this “Cultural Appropriation” or is it like racism and black people are exempt?
I’m literally asking.
i was gonna say the same thing
sjw asshole sucklers, is this okay or do they get a fucking pass card?
I’m gonna go ahead and reblog this since I’ve caught the attention of some “Natives” and am genuinely serious about whether or not, given the “Power + Prejudice” definition, a black man doing this is still bad.
Yes, it’s still bad.
Native peoples and Black peoples, in America, our struggles our the same and different, neither struggle is more than the other,…
Yes it is still bad… but what exactly are you trying to do by asking this way? hmmm?
- My Identity Is Not A “Costume”!
- On why prancing around in a headdress and war paint isn’t ~appreciating~ “native culture” and a dickish move
- An Open Letter to NON-Natives in Headdresses (or those who did not EARN them)
- Redface - The history of racist Indian stereotypes [link may not work due to exceeded monthly bandwith limit, but check anyway]
Remembering The Real JFK, part 1
"If Mr. Kennedy does not like socialism, well we do not like imperialism! We do not like capitalism! We have as much right to protest over the existence of an imperialist-capitalist regime 90 miles from our coast as he feels he has to protest over the existence of a socialist regime 90 miles from his coast…
"Rights do not come from size. Right does not come from one country being bigger than another. That does not matter. We have only limited territory, a small nation, but our right is as respectable as that of any country, regardless of its size. It does not occur to us to tell the people of the United States what system of government they must have. Therefore it is absurd for Mr. Kennedy to take it into his head to tell us what kind of government he wants us to have here. That is absurd. It occurs to Mr. Kennedy to do that only because he does not have a clear concept of international law or sovereignty. Who had those notions before Kennedy? Hitler and Mussolini!…
"The U.S. Government says that a socialist regime here threatens U.S. security. But what threatens the security of the North American people is the aggressive policy of the warmongers of the United States. What threatens the security of the North American family and people is that violence, that aggressive policy, that ignores the sovereignty and the rights of other peoples.
"The one who is threatening the security of the United States is Kennedy, with that aggressive policy. That aggressive policy can give rise to a world war; and that world war can cost the lives of tens of millions of North Americans. Therefore, the one who threatens the security of the United States is not the Cuban evolutionary Government but the aggressor and aggressive government of the United States."
—Fidel Castro, May 1, 1961
Via Anti-Imperialist League
2 new buckles for me for my birth month!! I bought the top one and traded for the bottom one. #nativemade #Cheyenne
Cosplay by Aspen of White Rabbit Cosplay and Photography.
The most important line in the whole damn song. MESSAGE.
The only historically accurate line in the whole film.
Young people have the most reason to fight. The capitalist system has offered us no future.
'No More Stolen Sisters' by Angela Sterritt
Autum Ashante was accepted into the University of Connecticut at age 13.
Stephen R. Stafford II entered Morehouse College at the age 11 with three majors.
Tony Hansberry II at age 14 developed a time reducing method for hysterectomies at Shands Hospital
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