waagosh-mahkesis:

Indigenous street art in Toronto, Ontario

waagosh-mahkesis:

Indigenous street art in Toronto, Ontario

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onlyblackgirl:

White people always wanna preach about “sharing cultures” but last time i checked, they spent half their existence sailing around the world murdering people for being different and brainwashing people to stop practicing their owns cultures while forcing assimilation to white culture.

Now you want everyone to happily “share” with you. LOL fuck outta here. 

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black-australia:

It’d be nice if a source and a description was left for this image because it’s actually apart of series of photographs, by the ABC, for their Dreambox collection. Dreambox explores the dreams of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through photographs. The woman pictured here is Margaret Oenpelli and she is from the Barunga Community. Check out the full collection of dreams here. 

black-australia:

It’d be nice if a source and a description was left for this image because it’s actually apart of series of photographs, by the ABC, for their Dreambox collection. Dreambox explores the dreams of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through photographs. The woman pictured here is Margaret Oenpelli and she is from the Barunga Community. Check out the full collection of dreams here

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Hey! What blogs, books, and articles would you recommend to someone who wants a better understanding of the issues native women face?
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madameinquisitor:

WOC are so important
Queer WOC
Non-Binary WOC
Trans WOC
Neuroatypical WOC
Disabled WOC
Overweight/Fat WOC
Mixed WOC

Protect WOC 

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abbygubler:

repeat after me:

there are white people suffering in the world

but the white people who are suffering are not suffering because they are white

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period drama + women of color

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lunarfossil:

Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce Victor, one of my dearest and best friends, and quite possibly the person in this world that gives me the most hope… and he is even more beautiful on the inside than he is on the outside (I know, you thought it was impossible, right?!!)… He is half Tohono O’odham and half Hia-Ced O’odham, and my partner in the Man in the Maze project that we did indeed end up getting approved by the Tohono O’odham Nation Cultural Committee!! And, oh yeah, I will be living outside of the Rez in Ajo from July through maybe December or January or onward… 

Victor is also an INCREDIBLY talented artist. You can see his work here: http://victorkgarcia.deviantart.com/gallery/ and here: https://www.facebook.com/VictorK.Garcia.Art (lots of his work is inspired by his culture, woo!!!!!)

Photographer: http://www.wilhelmscholz.com/

Love love love love love love love love love you Victor, with all my i:bdag.

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boo-author:

Remember that time I went around messaging “real justice”/”anti-SJW” blogs asking them if they had any plans of addressing nazi blogs?

And all the responses were “we judge actions, not beliefs”, “I think you’ll find they’re quite reasonable if you just talk to them.”, and “that would be fighting hate with hate!”… and, as a kicker, “Actually, I’m a nationalist socialist myself and this is why I’m interested in ~*real*~ justice.”

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stiilettos:

Misty Upham.
Remember her name and face.
Too many Native women don’t get their stories shared. Too many Native women are forgotten. 
Remember her. Remember them.
Rest in peace, Misty.
July 6, 1982 — October 16, 2014 

stiilettos:

Misty Upham.

Remember her name and face.

Too many Native women don’t get their stories shared. Too many Native women are forgotten. 

Remember her. Remember them.

Rest in peace, Misty.

July 6, 1982 — October 16, 2014 

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