@quijuandas I’m not into long captions but I’ve learned more about my history over the past two weeks than I have in all my 30 years of living...historical information that I’m glad I discovered before having children of my own because they won’t have to unlearn false truths about their true identities. This world is more corrupt than I could have ever imagined but I thank God that I am not of this world. I just live in it. #knowledgeispower#knowyourhistory #research #aboriginal#indigenous#coppercolored#nativeamerican
@powwowfuturesNew York, New York Chiricahua Apache leader Geronimo in the Sierra Madre Mountains, Mexico Photographer: Camillus S. Fly Date: 1886 via:@geronimoisalive Thank you so much! #indigenousamerican
@goddessiamsupreme #Repost @autochthonsofamerica with @instatoolsapp ・・・ Located in Wakanda Park in Menomonie on the shores of Lake Menomin, this group is what's left of once large cluster of mounds that were submerged when Lake Menomin was created by damming Red Cedar River. Out of seventeen submerged mounds, fourteen were excavated by archeologists. Some of the mounds contained burials, including an individual wearing clay mask - the feature found in only two other mound sites in Wisconsin. By different accounts, either three or four mounds are still extant in the park, all supposed to be ovals. I found two definite mounds in decent condition, unmowed and away from pedestrian traffic at the dead end on the ridge overlooking the lake. Nearby, there was a raise in the ground that might have been third mound, but it's pretty low and mowed with the rest of the disc golf course on which it's located. Approved by the Subconscious Community. #AutochthonsStandUp™ #AfricanAmerican❌
@americanaborigines The Dessana(or Desana) people are an indigenous tribe of the Amazon rainforest which range from the Rio Negro basin through to Amazonas, Brazil. The Dessana are grouped with many tribes in the same region, sometimes referred to as Tucano(Tukano) peoples, including Arapaso, BarÁ, Barasana, KarapanÃ, Kotiria, Kubeo, Makuna, Mirity-tapuya, Pira-tapuya, Siriano, Tariana, Tukano, Tuyuca, Tatuyo, Taiwano, and the Yuruti. The Dessana believe themselves to have a deep-seated relationship with nature and refer to themselves as “Sons of the Wind.” While their language is rooted in Tukano, that also seems to be the foundation of their beliefs, as they believe they themselves were created by Tucano, God the Father. The Dessana also believe that their Three Parts of the Wisdom is deeply entrenched in their astronomical traditions. While they don’t necessarily believe in God in the Christian sense, they do believe that their religious beliefs lie in how their visions are interpreted. The
@salaam_bey_beatsDeKalb County, Georgia Why would I stop now? I’m just getting started! What’s your native Ancestry? My maternal grandparents both came from families that identified as #creole a term used to mean those who were "native-born". It also came to be applied to African-descended slaves and Native Americans who were born in Louisiana and Mississippi. There is nothing like the feeling you have when you discover that you are home in the midst of your disenfranchisement from society. #africanamericansaintafrican #coppercolored#turtleisland #aboriginalamerican #truenatives#nativeamerican#not$5indians #ourstory #nothistory
@powwowfuturesUnited States There 63 indigenous languages spoken in Mexico. The largest is called Nahuatl and has over 1 million native speakers. Nahuatl can be spelled many ways such as Nawatl, Nauatl and Nahuatl. Depending on the community where it is spoken. Part: 1 via:@indigenousunited Thank you so much! #indigenousamerican
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