4 Ways to Honor Native Americans Without Appropriating Our Culture

4 Ways to Honor Native Americans Without Appropriating Our Culture

Nicely written article! 4 Ways To Honor Native Americans Without Appropriating Our Culture August 26, 2014 by Taté Walker I recently had a friend – a nice white lady I’ve known for years – ask me whether buying moccasins for her infant son would be considered cultural appropriation, and therefore offensive. She has read my many rants on things […]

Meet the Native American Grandmother Who Just Beat Washington Redskins

Meet the Native American Grandmother Who Just Beat Washington Redskins

Meet The Native American Grandmother Who Just Beat The Washington Redskins The woman who was the driving force behind the cases that led the U.S. Patents and Trademarks Office to cancel the federal trademarks for the Washington Redskins on Wednesday is a 69-year-old grandmother and longtime Native American activist named Suzan Harjo. “Suzan has been fighting this […]

Minneapolis Changes Columbus Day To Indigenous Peoples Day

Minneapolis Changes Columbus Day To Indigenous Peoples Day

It’s about time! This should have been done a long time ago! Now the rest of the US needs to follow! Minneapolis City Council Minneapolis changes Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day By Aaron Rupar Fri., Apr. 25 2014 at 10:15 AM Categories: Minneapolis City Council, Racism — Update at bottom with statement from Mayor Betsy Hodges — Columbus Day is no […]