Traditions

History

From first contact, to the government policies of assimilation, relocation and genocide, to exploring how something that happened hundreds of years ago can cause specific health problems in our communities, to the process of nation building, and revitalizing our native languages, we’ll explore some of these topics and more.

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Why Medical Racism = Genocide

Racism is real. It influences all aspects of our lives, including whose...

Resiliency is in Our Blood

Resilience has become a bit of a buzzword in Native Country. A...

Defined by my Ancestors, Not Dead Presidents

History Through a Native Lens

Timeline Overview This timeline of historically traumatic events was authored by Karina...

National Native American Heritage Month

A little proclamation from the prez in honor of National Native American...

Elder Teachings

Indian Policy Timeline

  Indian Policy Timeline (The Indian Experience) Federal Policies Toward Native Americans...

A Native Candidate’s Story

When Barbara Vicknair (enrolled citizen of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians...

My Culture

We R Quileute

iLL Mind Of Ghost Dog: The Most Dangerous Native

As you ladies and gents read the title of my blog, “The...

Assimilation, Relocation, Genocide

Since first contact, Native Americans have been given three choices — which...

We Are Still Here

What is today’s young Native American’s life like? What are the challenges...

California Genocide

Genocide is a strong word denoting a planned extermination of a racial,...

Historical Trauma

To better understand historical trauma, think about boarding schools – which are...

1/2

Monika lost her identity…but her identity never lost her. Instead of feeling...

History

The history of relationships between Native Americans, Europeans and other immigrants continue...

Indian Boarding Schools

In the late 1800s, Native Americans were losing the U.S-Indian wars, particularly...

Family

Shante’s grandma has been there for her through thick and thin. She...

Residential Schools

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, a program was set...

The Urban Relocation Program

In the last half of the 20th Century, a government program that...

How the Chipmunk Got Its Stripes

  A traditional Tulalip story of how the chipmunk got its stripes....

Trail of Tears

In the early 1800s, the Cherokee tried to assimilate, along with their...

Identity-Geronimo E-KIA

Geronimo was a product of his environment. A human. One with flaws....

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