WHEN IS AN INDIAN NOT AN INDIAN? pt1 We Have a Secret. Remastered with bonus material, if you have not
seen it please take time to watch the re edit with new bonus material. WHEN IS AN INDIAN NOT AN INDIAN? WHEN HE IS A NEGRO! pt1 WE HAVE A SECRET!
DEEJAY PREMO PREMO NATION (HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT)
There are many Native American descendants living under the
radar in all our major cities and the surrounding areas. They are considered
Urban Indians, and have been existing as such for over 40 years. This is a result of laws
passed all throughout the late 1900’s that made it difficult for modern Indians to
maintain their cultural existance. Today they are living somewhat normal lives and can be found in all walks of life. They are electricians, musicians, bus drivers, school teachers, lawyers and even D.J.s. Meet DeeJay Premo, Deejay Premo (Kala Ligon) is an example of one of them. A descendant of the Sand Hill Band Lenape Cherokee of New Jersey as well as the Navasink Lenape Nation. He walks a fine line balancing a normal day to day
experience as an American citizen while attempting to tie back into his cultural past. Not as easy a job as it may seem, urban Indians face many challenges in their lives.
So the next time you are on a subway or walking down a crowded city block, take a
moment to think about these Urban Indians hidden in plain sight.
- DRAGON SPIT FIRE
- Hollow Earth Revealed
- Indigenous History
- Mysterious Cities Of Gold
- The Rise of Western Civilization and World Dominance
- Turtle Talk
- UMUSTLEARN (What Is Boom Bap)
- Vintage Films
- WHEN IS AN INDIAN NOT AN INDIAN?
National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center
The New York museum presents the lifeways and traditions of Native people throughout the hemisphere through an active schedule of exhibitions, family programs, performances, and film screenings.
Highlights The Diker Pavilion of Native Arts and Cultures, daily film screenings, Resource Center and numerous public programs throughout the year
10 a.m.–5 p.m. daily; Thursdays until 8 p.m.
Closed December 25
Admission is FREE
U.S. Custom House
One Bowling Green
New York, NY
4 and 5 trains to Bowling Green.
M5, M15, and M20
There is no parking at the museum. Parking is limited to street parking and commercial lots and garages.