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So a coworker asked me why I run so much, 58 and still out there running 🏃 My answer was simple, I’m Native it’s what I do!  #first nation #metis #inuit #nativepride #nativeheritage #nativeamerican #indigenous #inuitcanada #firstnationcree  #proudnative #indigenouspeople #nativehistory #nativeamericanssoul #nativenationsrise #nativeamerican_news #nativeachak #montagnaiscree
@inkwellfayetteville  Thanks Rich @flyboyz33  fresh ink... super skills... tat is better than the photo. Gotta hit Rich up!! Check the detail.  #first nation #metis #inuit #nativepride #nativeheritage #nativeamerican #indigenous #inuitcanada #firstnationcree  #proudnative #indigenouspeople #nativehistory #nativeamericanssoul #nativenationsrise #nativeamerican_news #nativeachak
John Trudell.  Native American author, poet, actor, musician, and political activist. How we miss you brother .  On February 11, 1979 Trudell had burned an American flag during a demonstration in front of the J.Edgar Hoover building, the headquarters of the F.B.I. In Washington, DC, Trudell explained his motives for the flag-burning. “In the military, they said if the flag has been desecrated, the only way to properly dispose of it is to burn it. But they defined desecration of the flag as if it drops on the earth. I say injustice and racism and classism and your whole way of life desecrates whatever you say this thing’s supposed to mean.” About 12 hours after the flag incident, in the early morning of Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, a fire “of suspicious origin” burned down Trudell’s home on the Shoshone Palute reservation in Nevada, killing Trudell’s wife, Tina, their three children and Tina’s mother. Not surprisingly, the F.B.I. declined to investigate, and the blaze was officially ruled an “accident.” But Trudell flatly stated “It was murder; they were murdered as an act of war.” Devastated by the tragedy, Trudell withdrew from the world for a time, and it was during this period of grief and exile that Trudell discovered his poetic gift. “It was when I was looking for something to hang on to, to keep me connected to this reality, that I started writing. I did not write poetry prior to that…Tina was the writer. She wrote poetry. And almost six months after the fire, when I was looking for help — I was looking to cut any spiritual deal. I was pissed off at God, at the Great Spirit, at all of ’em because this was a betrayal to me… And then the lines came. The lines were my bombs, my explosions, my tears, they were my everything.” #first nation #metis #inuit #nativepride #nativeheritage #nativeamerican #indigenous #inuitcanada #firstnationcree  #proudnative #indigenouspeople #nativehistory #nativeamericanssoul #nativenationsrise
John Trudell. Native American author, poet, actor, musician, and political activist. How we miss you brother . On February 11, 1979 Trudell had burned an American flag during a demonstration in front of the J.Edgar Hoover building, the headquarters of the F.B.I. In Washington, DC, Trudell explained his motives for the flag-burning. “In the military, they said if the flag has been desecrated, the only way to properly dispose of it is to burn it. But they defined desecration of the flag as if it drops on the earth. I say injustice and racism and classism and your whole way of life desecrates whatever you say this thing’s supposed to mean.” About 12 hours after the flag incident, in the early morning of Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, a fire “of suspicious origin” burned down Trudell’s home on the Shoshone Palute reservation in Nevada, killing Trudell’s wife, Tina, their three children and Tina’s mother. Not surprisingly, the F.B.I. declined to investigate, and the blaze was officially ruled an “accident.” But Trudell flatly stated “It was murder; they were murdered as an act of war.” Devastated by the tragedy, Trudell withdrew from the world for a time, and it was during this period of grief and exile that Trudell discovered his poetic gift. “It was when I was looking for something to hang on to, to keep me connected to this reality, that I started writing. I did not write poetry prior to that…Tina was the writer. She wrote poetry. And almost six months after the fire, when I was looking for help — I was looking to cut any spiritual deal. I was pissed off at God, at the Great Spirit, at all of ’em because this was a betrayal to me… And then the lines came. The lines were my bombs, my explosions, my tears, they were my everything.” #first  nation #metis  #inuit  #nativepride  #nativeheritage  #nativeamerican  #indigenous  #inuitcanada  #firstnationcree  #proudnative  #indigenouspeople  #nativehistory  #nativeamericanssoul  #nativenationsrise 
Let this be a lesson to us all, to not accept the words of politicians, preachers, teachers or neighbors at face value and to guard our souls. We are still here!  Research.  #first nation #metis #inuit #nativepride #nativeheritage #nativeamerican #indigenous #inuitcanada #firstnationcree  #proudnative #indigenouspeople #nativehistory #nativeamericanssoul #nativenationsrise #nativeamerican_news #nativeachak