Meal prep high protein, low carb lunch ideas for this week
When it comes to meal prepping I am always looking for ways to make healthy dishes that are quick, easy and will not go bad before I can get all the food! This week I got back into the kitchen to make food for a few days to stay on track and on top of […]
Some U.S. government officials even promoted the destruction of the bison herds as a way to defeat their Native American enemies, who were resisting the takeover of their lands by white settlers. One...
Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle
Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle, ca. 1893 Photographer: La Roche, Frank Subjects (LCSH): Portraits--Washington (State) Angeline, Suquamish Indian, d.1896 Seattle, Chief, 1790-1866--Family Duwamish Indians Suquamish Indians Digital Collection: Frank La Roche Photograph Collection content.lib.washington.edu/larocheweb/index.html Item Number: LAR237 Persistent URL: content.lib.washington.edu/u?/laroche,255 Visit Special Collections reproductions and rights page for information on ordering a…
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Amidst claims of police brutality during a protest that saw 141 Native Americans arrested, we meet the women fighting to preserve their culture
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Tropische Regenwälder in Südamerika bieten vielen Menschen eine Heimat. Im Amazonas-Regenwald in Brasilien lebt eine Vielzahl indigener Völker.
Numbers may not be accurate but the point is there. Our schools so willing to teach of the Holocaust but they lessen the reality of what happened here - all for land and a feeling of superiority.
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Bears One, Dakota Sioux, by Gertrude Käsebier, 1902
"The red man". Photograph by Gertrude Käsebier shows head-and-shoulders portrait of Native American man (identified here as Bears One, Dakota Sioux), 1902. From the Mina Turner Collection at the Library of Congress More pictures by Gertrude Käsebier | More portraits of Native Americans [PD] This picture is in the public domain