Monthly Archives: March 2012

Originally posted on American Indian/Alaska Native – Attack The System:
From time to time we can expect token gestures and concessions from the empire, particularly from it’s progressive wing. But when our sovereign nations stand in the way of…

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Originally posted on American Indian/Alaska Native – Attack The System:
Listen to the interview. Keith Preston interviews Vincent Rinehart and Nahaan. Topics include: The experiences of Vincent and Nahaan as American Indian activists defending their tribal and cultural heritage;…

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Traditional Education Checklist

See the Tlingit Elders Traditional Education Checklist here. What are the most important knowledge and skills in Tlingit tradition that a person needs to know to be well educated in the tradition? I have discussed Tribal Schooling in the past, … Continue reading

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Originally posted on urbanative:
i wanted to write about pop because i thought it would be interesting (i also needed a reason to use this picture). on its own, pop can be a tame topic. thing is, as soon as…

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Decolonize the Tlingit!

We can look at why the prison population in Lemon Creek Correctional Facility is 85% native when natives make up only 14.8% of the total population in Alaska. We can also look at how our traditional hunting and fishing rights … Continue reading

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Originally posted on American Indian/Alaska Native – Attack The System:
There’s an argument to be made that Native American’s were passive “cultivators” of their tribal territories; essentially managing their land to encourage the growth of beneficial plants, trees and…

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