My name is Kelly. I am Cherokee and Blackfoot from what I know so far. I was not raised in Native culture but it has always been the side of me that I've supported the most. Hit me up if you have anything to say. Thanks :)
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ochipi:

amikwa:

#mmiw One of my pow wow friends has gone missing. Her name is Shylynn, 18 years old, last check in on facebook was in Toronto Ontario on the 17th but she is from Barrie Ontario. Her mom hasn’t heard from her since the 16th.
Please share. Help her to not become a statistic.

please reblog

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snare-ofa-fowler:

queenfeminist:

sensei-aishitemasu:

Soooooo are they in danger of getting gunned down, or nah?

wait who is the last guy lmaoooooooooo

And there’s the double standard. This is why we don’t like white people appropriating our culture. They world looks at them and think they’re “edgy” and “urban” but when we do it we’re “ghetto” “class-less” “hood” etc… They can “pick up” black culture and put it down when they are through with it. But We are born into that stigma of “ghetto” and “hood”, we can NEVER put it down. Even when we are wearing professional attire we are still seen as thugs.