The Aztecs and Mexico City: 14th century The Aztecs are a tribe, according to their own legends, from Aztlan somewhere in the north of modern Mexico. From this place, which they leave in about the 12th century AD, there derives...
Native Heritage Project Documenting the Ancestors Skip to content Indians and the Census 1790-2010     Posted by robertajestes Census enumerators had a big influence on our genealogy records.  These people we don’t know decided who was of what race and recorded the family...
Was Manhattan Really Bought for $24? One of the most persistent myths in American history is that European explorers really got one over on the Native Americans by purchasing the entire island of Manhattan—where property has averaged $1000+ per square...
The Law and You: How the Birth Certificate is Used to Take Away Your Natural Rights Authored or posted by Pao Chang In this informative video, Bill Turner explains how the beings controlling the legal system enslave you shortly after your...
TURTLE ISLAND CREATION STORY At one time everything was dark. There was nothing. But there was a spirit in that nothingness, and it would have remained that way, but the spirit fell asleep. As he slept, he dreamed. He dreamt...
"The Word ‘Mixed’ without the ‘Indian’ Would Be Better": Virginia’s Racial Integrity Act and the Destruction of Indian Race in the Early Twentieth Century Mika Endo From: Native South Volume 7, 2014 pp. 92-107 | 10.1353/nso.2014.0007 In lieu of an abstract, here is a...
Rainmaker, Lenape / Munsee Winter Flower, Ramapo Many people believe racial and ethnic groups in North America have always lived as separately as they do now. However, segregation was neither practical nor preferable when people who were not native to this continent began...
Khoisan is a term used by physical anthropologists to distinguish the aboriginal people of southern Africa from their black African farming neighbours. Ancient people of the land The Khoisan people of the Northern Cape "When they say we are all Africans who...
Welankuntewaken! Halito! Osiyo! While doing quite a bit of reflection, it led me to reflect on the invaluable information that Joel Augustus Rogers shared about the Barbary slave trade from the 1400s to the 1800s of pale people(so called "white" people)...
  https://youtu.be/NwhHyBijpA0 TGEFilms ask the Question. Has the DREAM of Integration turned us into BETTERSLAVES. DID INTEGRATION MAKE US BETTER SLAVES Black Wealth Stagnated or Declined After Integration During segregation, Blacks were forced to start and support the businesses in their own communities. Many of...

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