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  • Sue Bee Honey changing longtime logo

    09/15/2020 8:56:21 PM PDT · by Rastus · 62 replies
    Siouxland News ^ | 09/03/20
    SIOUX CITY, Iowa — After nearly one hundred years in business, Sue Bee Honey is changing its longtime logo. The cooperative of beekeepers from across the nation is painting over the wall of its headquarters on Lewis Boulevard where an image of a Native American girl with a feather in her hair and wings has been featured for years. The president of the Sioux Honey Association says the change has been in the works and isn't linked to recent concerns by some companies about racial insensitivity. "We have moved away from that logo with any of our labels and consumer...
  • Sierra Club, New York Times Have Decided That Camping And Parks Are Racist. (Huh?)

    07/29/2020 8:32:00 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 43 replies
    The Federalist ^ | July 29, 2020 | Jonathan S. Tobin
    Digging up comments by Sierra Club founder John Muir set off Black Lives Matter-inspired outrage intended to depict national treasures as intrinsically racist. Want to get away from the civil strife that has torn the country apart as both the coronavirus pandemic and violent riots have turned America’s cities and cable news into a battlefield? If so, perhaps you think the ideal getaway might be a national park. There you can commune with nature and admire some of the most beautiful places in the world free from politics. Nope.The idea that national parks could be a refuge from cancel culture’s...
  • On the Redskins' name, it's corporate America and the liberal media against Native Americans

    07/03/2020 12:36:47 PM PDT · by Renkluaf · 41 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 7/3/20 | Timothy P. Carney
    Would you be surprised if multinational corporations and wealthy, powerful, mostly white commentators in New York and D.C. got their way over the will of Native Americans on an issue that is mostly about Native Americans? I wouldn’t be. In other words, I won’t be surprised if our wokeness-obsessed corporate titans combine with our ever-leftward-lurching media to strip the Washington Redskins of their name — despite the fact that the overwhelming majority of Native Americans are not offended by it. FedEx, the named sponsor of the stadium where the Redskins play, demanded that the team change its name. Nike won’t...
  • The Native Americans Who Owned Slaves: The “Five Civilized Tribes” of the southeast also participated in the institution of slavery.

    06/17/2020 8:52:31 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 67 replies
    Intellectual Takeout ^ | 07/05/2019 | By Peter Partoll
    Did you know that the 13th Amendment abolishing slavery did not apply to ALL slaves?Most see slavery as a simple black-vs.-white issue. But those who do may not realize that the “Five Civilized Tribes” of the southeast — Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole — also participated in the institution of slavery.Because these tribes were located outside the sovereignty of the United States, constitutional amendments did not apply to them.In the period before the arrival of the Europeans, the Natives practiced flexible forms of slavery that often allowed slaves avenues to freedom through intermarriage. That all changed with the...
  • America's 2nd Largest Indian Tribe Expels Blacks

    06/16/2020 4:09:03 PM PDT · by VeniVidiVici · 63 replies
    NPR ^ | September 20, 2011 | Interview NPR
    The Cherokee Nation recently stripped citizenship from a majority of African-Americans who descended from slaves of wealthy Cherokee Indians before the Civil War. Host Michel Martin discusses this controversial move with MacArthur Fellow Tiya Miles, who studies interrelated histories of African-Americans and Native Americans.
  • Joe Biden wants reparations for blacks expanded to include Native Americans

    06/11/2020 9:32:52 AM PDT · by kevcol · 74 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | June 10, 2020 | Seth McLaughlin
    Joseph R. Biden passed Wednesday during a virtual town hall event with the NAACP on the chance to endorse reparations for black Americans, saying that such a package must also include Native Americans. Pressed on the issue, Mr. Biden, the presumed Democratic presidential nominee, said he supports the concept, but said he wants to allow studies on the issue to play out before he goes all-in on direct payments to African Americans.
  • Remarks by President Trump in Roundtable Discussion on Supporting Native Americans | Phoenix, AZ

    05/06/2020 12:31:10 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 2 replies
    whitehouse.gov ^ | May 5, 2020 | President Donald J Trump
    Honeywell International Inc. Phoenix, Arizona2:27 P.M. MSTPRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, thank you very much. We very much appreciate this time, and I’m with some very good friends. We’ve been friends for a long time. And we’re working together very closely.I’m honored to be with you today to discuss the unprecedented actions my administration has taken to support our treasured Native American communities. Together, we’re fighting for everybody, but we’re fighting this horrible coronavirus. It’s a tough opponent, but we’re winning and we’re starting to see our country come back. It’s been a very exciting few days. We’re starting to see...
  • My Native American father drew the Land O’Lakes maiden. She was never a stereotype.

    04/29/2020 7:01:15 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 55 replies
    Washington Post ^ | April 29, 2020 at 2:56 PM EDT | Robert DesJarlait
    She was never a stereotype. That was my thought earlier this month when I heard that “Mia,” as the Land O’Lakes Native American maiden was known, had been taken off the butter box. She was gone, vanished, missing. I knew Mia had devolved into a stereotype in many people’s minds. But it was the stereotype some saw that bothered me. North Dakota state Rep. Ruth Buffalo (D), for instance, told the Pioneer Press in St. Paul, Minn., that the Land O’Lakes image of Mia went “hand-in-hand with human and sex trafficking of our women and girls … by depicting Native...
  • NM announces 5 more deaths, pushing total to 104 (50% of cases are Native Americans)

    04/28/2020 9:03:21 AM PDT · by CedarDave · 32 replies
    The Albuquerque Journal ^ | April 27, 2020 | Dan McKay
    SANTA FE – New Mexico crossed a grim threshold Monday – more than 100 dead in the coronavirus outbreak, just 35 days after the first fatality in Artesia. The death toll reached 104 on Monday as the state announced five more deaths, all men, ranging in age from their 60s to their 80s. For the most part, New Mexico’s 104 virus victims were older adults with underlying medical conditions – such as diabetes or heart problems. At least 34 lived in group care facilities, where virus outbreaks have proved deadly and difficult to contain. But otherwise healthy New Mexicans in...
  • You Know Who Else Colonized Land From ‘Indigenous Peoples’? Native Americans; White persons are not always the aggressors

    03/05/2020 7:30:40 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 40 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 03/05/2020 | Casey Chalk
    Hundreds of years before Christopher Columbus and his three ships arrived in the New World, a Native American civilization conquered neighboring tribes and expanded its political and cultural influence across what is now the central and southern United States.Historians believe its great metropolis and ceremonial complex at Cahokia in present-day Illinois was, in the 12th century, comparable in size to contemporaneous London. The Mississippians, as they are called, were not the only indigenous American people to conquer others’ land — the Aztecs, Incans, Mayans, and Mohawks did much the same, all before Europeans arrived.Washington Post-contributing David Moscrop, however, thinks...
  • ‘Pocahontas’ Is a Joke, But Apparently Some People Aren't In On It

    03/02/2020 6:08:23 AM PST · by Kaslin · 31 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | March 2, 2020 | Nicolas Warren
    Every conservative knows that Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, in addition to being a sanctimonious stealth-socialist and the bane of Mike Bloomberg's existence, is a nominal Native American. That's a polite way of saying that, for years, she falsely claimed not only to have Native American ancestry, but to be an “American Indian.” She made those phony claims, moreover, at times and in circumstances when they could potentially bring her personal advantage: when she was looking for work as a high-priced corporate legal consultant, for example, or when she was looking to advance her career as an Ivy League professor. Needless...
  • Over 200 Native Americans Ask Elizabeth Warren to ‘Make Clear Public Statement’ Disavowing Past Claims of Heritage

    02/26/2020 10:45:26 AM PST · by bitt · 24 replies
    National Review ^ | 2/26/2020 | TOBIAS HOONHOUT
    More than 200 Cherokees and other Native Americans sent a letter to Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) urging her to issue a public apology after “vague and inadequate” past steps to apologize for her claims of Cherokee ancestry. “Your history of false claims to American Indian identity and the defense of these claims with a highly publicized DNA test continue to dog your political career,” the letter reads. “For Native Americans, this moment is more than an annoyance; it represents the most public debate about our identity in a generation.” The letter cites reporting detailing how white people have scammed...
  • Four ancient skulls unearthed in Mexico suggest that North America was a melting pot ….

    01/29/2020 5:29:32 PM PST · by blueplum · 44 replies
    The Daily Mail UK ^ | 29 Jan 2020 | Jonathan Chadwick
    Full title: Four ancient skulls unearthed in Mexico suggest that North America was a melting pot of different peoples and cultures 10,000 years ago The first humans to settle in North America were more diverse than previously believed, according to a new study of skeletal fragments. US scientists analysed four skulls recovered from caves in Mexico that belonged to humans that lived sometime between 9,000 to 13,000 years ago. The researchers were surprised to find a high level of diversity, with the skulls ranging in similarity to that of Europeans, Asian and ...
  • New Mexico GOP trying to court Latino, Native American voters

    01/14/2020 12:41:04 PM PST · by CedarDave · 29 replies
    The Albuquerque Journal ^ | January 13, 2020 | Russell Contreras
    New Mexico Republicans will embark on an aggressive strategy to win over Hispanic and Native American voters in 2020 as the party experiences its most diverse primary races in recent history, state chairman Steve Pearce announced. Pearce said the state party will appoint Hispanic and Native American outreach coordinators in all of the state’s 33 counties. He is also urging all candidates to travel to Democratic strongholds instead of just focusing on the GOP’s traditional base. “I am excited about minority candidates saying more broadly for the first time, ‘I am Republican, and I’m going to run as a Republican,'”...
  • No, Pete Buttigieg, Jesus Wasn’t A Refugee, And He Doesn’t Endorse Your Immigration Policies

    12/30/2019 10:15:56 AM PST · by Kaslin · 24 replies
    The Federalist ^ | December 30, 2019 | Lew Jan Olowski
    The 'Jesus was a refugee' trope is tired and inaccurate. It's time for leftist politicians to stop exploiting Christmas by making false arguments about history.To profane a holy day, politicize it. Politicians’ profanity du jour is to exploit Christmas by making false arguments about immigration policy. Yet their rhetoric unintentionally supports the opposite points from what these politicians intend. Consider Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana. On Christmas day, he said, “[D]ivinity on earth … came into this world not in riches but in poverty, not as a citizen but as a refugee.” Today I join millions around the...
  • Battling the Guards of Red Pedagogy

    12/09/2019 6:37:41 AM PST · by karpov · 9 replies
    Martin Center ^ | December 9, 2019 | Shannon Watkins
    As education goes, so goes nearly everything else: politics, culture, and social cohesion. And those who form the minds of teachers—who, in turn, instruct young minds—arguably wield even greater influence. It is unsurprising, then, that schools of education, where teachers receive their training, are at the epicenter of ongoing ideological battles. As the Martin Center’s Jay Schalin pointed out in his report released earlier this year, schools of education were politicized from their founding, but have become even more so over the years. Schools of education have particularly become the home of critical theorists—who aim to radically alter society according...
  • Largest Child-Sacrifice Graveyard Strikes Huge Blow to Native American Innocence Myth

    11/02/2019 11:18:31 AM PDT · by rktman · 106 replies
    pjmedia.com ^ | 11/1/2019 | Tyler O'Neil
    Every Columbus Day, liberals insist that the story of European colonization is a simple narrative of good versus evil: horrible Europeans came upon innocent Native Americans, introducing slavery, exploitation, and oppression. A massive archaeological discovery blows one of many gaping holes in this narrative. While Europeans did indeed do horrible things, the natives weren't exactly innocent. Two hundred and fifty skeletons of children between the ages of 4 and 14 have been unearthed at Huanchaco, Peru, in what experts say is likely the world's largest child-sacrifice site. Huanchaco is a site of the Chimú culture (1200-1400), a predecessor to the...
  • <Strong>Elizabeth Warren and Ward Churchill: Birds of a Headdress Feather</strong">

    10/11/2019 8:36:34 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 8 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | October 11, 2019 | William Marshall
    Senator Elizabeth Warren belongs to an elite club of American professors who have risen to academic heights through a fraudulent claim of Native American ancestry. In fact, it’s such an elite club that I can only think of one other known member: Ward Churchill. Remember Ward Churchill? He was a professor of ethnic studies (of all things) who claimed to be of Creek, Muskogee and Cherokee descent. Problem was, the admixture of Indian blood tended to shift with the telling. By one account in 1992, he said he was one-eighth Creek and one-sixteenth Cherokee. In another version, in 1993, he...
  • Nolte: Elizabeth Warren Tries to Buy Off American Indian with 1/1024th Apology

    08/20/2019 7:16:49 AM PDT · by chief lee runamok · 11 replies
    breitbart ^ | 08/20/2019 | John Nolte
    Looking to buy her way out of decades of identity fraud, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is using billions of our tax dollars and what can only be described as 1/1024th of an apology.
  • Democrat Elizabeth Warren floats plan to empower Native Americans

    08/16/2019 5:09:04 PM PDT · by mdittmar · 64 replies
    Reuters ^ | August 16, 2019 | Valerie Volcovici
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Friday unveiled her latest policy plan,which aims to empower Native American tribes through land protection and law enforcement reforms and boost financial support for chronically underfunded health and education programs.