Bess Venie was an Indigenous American of the Mattaponi Indian Tribe of Virginia. She was born in 1699 to Mattaponi Indian parents in Richmond County, VA. She bored one daughter named Sarah in 1730 with William Venner, a mulatto (biracial) Indian man. William Venner was born in 1701 to Elizabeth Venners who was a servant in Northumberland County, VA. William was indoctrinated into servitude from birth but petitioned to be set free in 1732 Richmond County, VA. They are my 8th Great Grandparents. #NativeAmerican#Indigenous#NativeIndian#Mattaponi
Maybe you will listen when Adam tells you? Notice that same and only image of a so called "Indian" the media pounds you with the same imagery to get you to believe, rather than to know!
They would want you to "believe" that "Harriet Tubman was a slave brought over here from "Africa". They said slaves couldn't read or write." Okayyyyy... So you're telling me that Harriet Tubman all of a sudden became an astrologist and new to follow the North Star but she didn't know how to read or write? But she knew that was the North Star? Then, she knew the moss grew on the North side of the trees? So now Harriet who can't read or write is a botanist? Pretty damn good for a slave from Africa huh? She was able to navigate people to certain destinations in a land she allegedly never had been in? Please! Sounds to me as Harriet Tubman was already from the land and very familiar with the land and grew up with people telling her about the land and her living on the land already.
Despite the imagery we've seen #webeenhere#Indigenous#moorishamerican ☕☕☕
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A daily vitamin dose🍐🍐. Grand Basin, Mauritius 2018🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺
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I am so honored to be chosen as one of the 13 finalist for Miss La Vuelta amongst these beautiful women chosen alongside myself. This is going to be my very first pinup contest! So nervous yet excited for this wonderful experience. I hope to see some of you Sat.August 25th at the End of Summer Festival. Pinup contest will take place on the main stage at 2pm😉. Come out, support, and have a wonderful time with family and friends! #lavueltabarriologan#sandiego#barriologan#pinup#indigenous#chicana
Didn’t have a back extension bench in my gym yet so instead I did Cable Pull Throughs. You can also do these if you don’t have kettlebells. And don’t forget to squeeeeeze your glutes. If your butt looks nice, you ain’t doin’ it right.
🍑Cable Pull Throughs 3x8 (65.5kgX8 67.5x8 69x8)
🍑Cable Kickback 2x12 (19kgX12 17.5x2x12)
🐸Frog Pumps til you can’t pump no mo #thethrustisamust
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I cant wait for september! I get to help with another round of drum painting 😍 Here was the result from the last drum painting workshop I did with Quadra Community Centre
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Such an amazing beautiful night to help paint drums. Thank you Tara for having me in to help create and design the drums that were made last week by this group. Everyone's drum came out beautifully with the help the stencils and there own creative minds. It was an honor to help out tonight and good medicine ❤❤❤❤ #handdrums#drums#painting#designing#indigenous#indigenousart#indigenousdesign#artistsoninstagram#art
A manhã deste sábado (18) foi de jogo-treino e palestra motivacional para o sub-20 do Gavião Kyikatêjê, os garotos da aldeia vão estrear no campeonato estadual da categoria no próximo domingo. Sobre o mando dos jogos a diretoria da agremiação indígena pretende ainda "puxar" para Bom Jesus do Tocantins, cidade onde fica a Terra Indígena Mãe Maria, hoje com 12 aldeias e de onde saíram os atletas que formam esse plantel.
Nesse último jogo-treino antes de estrear na competição estadual, os indígenas enfrentaram um "combinado" de São Félix (Marabá) e venceram por 6X0.
@muurs_in_america - Everywhere where there was a Moorish contingent or a reality of melanated peoples that had a quasi or full Moorish culture, meaning one with a nobility, aristocracy, an inheritance, a nationality, a God, a Divine Creed etc. were made to believe that their culture was inferior to the predominant European culture. In Cretin (Christian) Ignorant Cognizance of this truth, Papal Bulls were issued according, by the Pope Nicholas V, Titled: "The Bull Romanus Pontifex ofJanuary 8th, 1455, in favor of Portugal, and Pope Alexander VI's Inter Caetera (Among the Spanish shield's) Papal Bull of May 4th, 1493; forbidding anyone subject to the Interdict, under pains of excommunication, to speak of these manuscripts ( some of which were engraved in lead, in unknown Arabesque-Latin characters to the Christians), or other prohibited things to the Moors, (commonly referred to among this same Cretin Papacy as Saracens. A derogatory term from the French word Sarrasin --- meaning, Buckweat, implying Black or Negro) in direct contravention of the Papal Decree, Church, it's Sovereigns, the Cross and all of Cretinism's mission to vanquish and subdue Moorish Kindoms, Dominions, Possessions, goods; and reduce their persons to perpetual slavery. Further defined in the Treaty of Tordesillas, (concluded on June 7th, 1494, ratified by Spain on July 2, 1494, and by Portugal September 5th, 1494), by the Papal demarcation line 370 leagues (1,000) Miles West of the Cape Verde Islands, thus, dividing the vast Moorsh Dominions between Portugal and Spain of which included all those islands, harbors, and Mainlands (North, Meso and South America), West and East of that line. #DumDiversas1452#IntraCaetera1493#Crusades#Moors#Muurs#Moslems#Aboriginals#Mexicans#Dominicans#Brazilians#PuertoRicans#Haitians#Cubans#OriginalMan#Melanin#Indians#Indigenous#TawnyMoors#Autochthonous#AmericanHistory#Almoroc#AlMaurikanos#MuurishEmpire#Amexem#AmenRaKa#NorthWestAmexem#WhoWereYouBefore1492? #RoyalMoslemsOfTheWest 👑 #MoorishHistoryIsWorldHistory 🌎
The Aeta people in the Philippines are Australo-Melanesians. Today other groups of Australo-Melanesians are the Aborigines in Australia, Papuans and the Melanesians of the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji, New Caledonia etc. The history of the Aeta continues to confound anthropologists and archaeologists. One theory suggests that the Aeta are the descendants of the original inhabitants of the Philippines, who, contrary to their sea-faring Austronesian neighbors, arrived through land bridges that linked the country with the Asian mainland about 30,000 years ago. Unlike many of their Austronesian counterparts, the Aetas have shown resistance to change. The attempts of theSpaniards to settle them in reducciones or reservations all throughout Spanish rule failed.
The Aeta are an indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of the Philippines. Aetas are considered as the earliest inhabitants of the Philippines, preceding the Austronesian migrations. They are nomadic and build only temporary shelters made of sticks driven to the ground and covered with the palm of banana leaves. The well-situated and more modernized Aetas have moved to villages and areas of cleared mountains. They live in houses made of bamboo and cogon grass. Aetas are found in Zambales, Tarlac, Pampanga, Angeles, Olongapo, Panay, Bataan and Nueva Ecija. But because of the Mount Pinatubo eruption, some of them moved to resettlement areas in Pampanga and Tarlac.
- *sidenote* We are extremely marginalized. Not many people, if anyone, outside of the Philippines know we exist. We are indigenous to the land in a place dominated by Eurocentric supremacy. Do me a favor, pass the knowledge on. People need to be aware. The national media is filled with bleached Eurocentric stars. #native#amerikkka#austronesia#melanesia#mexico#mexika#latino#aeta#aztec#n8v#australia#sioux#indigenous#taino#aboriginal#photography#naturephotography#maharlika#pinay#pinoy#apache#cherokee#autochthonsstandup#autochthonous#polynesian#nodapl#maori#truth#truthbetold#WelcomeToTheFoundation
Living life in the wilderness offered the American Indian a freedom and autonomy those who dwelled in the cities of civilization could hardly conceive of. But such a life also came with its own dangers and struggles — challenges that required the Indian to develop a high level of both mental and physical toughness. A Sioux’s daily life called for a keen physicality; it was considered nothing special for a man to sling a deer around his shoulders and carry it many miles back to camp.
The overall cycle of native life was also seasonal and unpredictable. In the warmer months the game was plentiful and the Sioux enjoyed a variety of outdoor pastimes and celebrations. But the winters brought bitterly cold temperatures, and the need to largely live off the food that had been stored up, as well as to ride out days-long snowstorms with only a teepee as protection from the elements. In order to develop the resilience necessary to endure these ups and downs and “prepare the body for the extraordinary exertions that it might, at any moment, be required to undergo,” the Sioux intentionally trained for toughness: fasts from food and water were undertaken even when there was plenty to eat and drink, ice baths were regularly taken, and “hard exercise was kept up continually.” The Sioux placed such a heavy emphasis on physical activity, because they felt that building a young man’s fitness not only strengthened his body, but developed his ability to live a life of moral virtue and self-mastery.
Indeed, mental and physical discipline were seen as going hand-in-hand; a “trained mind” was necessary “to reach the height of one’s physical possibilities,” while physical prowess and hardihood helped the mind become more resilient and courageous. Together, these twin qualities were prerequisites to a Sioux attaining “true manhood.” ******************************************************* #decolonize#native#amerikkka#choctaw#blackfoot#mexico#mexika#latino#hispanic#aztec#n8v#austronesia#sioux#indigenous#taino#aboriginal#photography#naturephotography#nativeamerican#indigenous#indigenous#apache#cherokee#autochthonsstandup#autochthonous#polynesian#nodapl#maori
Crow Women in War Bonnets during the Shoshone War Bonnet Dance!
Maharlika (The philippines) is where warriors are born and what we will all die as.
Ifugao, group of wet-rice agriculturalists occupying the mountainous area of northern Luzon, Philippines. They are of Malay stock and their language is Austronesian (Malayo-Polynesian), as is that of their neighbours, but they have developed a number of cultural characteristics that set them apart. They numbered nearly 70,000 in 1939, but World War II reduced their population to a figure (1948) of 50,000. By the late 20th century, their population had increased to about 190,000.Their great system of irrigated rice terraces—steeply contoured, mountain-terraced walls of stone that lean slightly inward at the top—is world renowned and was developed with a simple technology. In addition to rice, the prestige crop, large amounts of sweet potatoes are grown on hillside plots and form the staple diet of the poorer class. Pigs and chickens are also raised, primarily for the numerous rituals and sacrifices.Ifugao social organization is based almost exclusively on kinship. Each individual is the centre of a “kinship circle” which extends to the third cousin, and these units were all-important in the feuds and headhunting activities that formerly prevailed. The Ifugao lack political organization and have relied on marriage alliances and trading pacts; they recognize temporary go-betweens who settle disputes in terms of customary law. The aristocrats, who form an upper class, maintain their prestige by periodic feasts.
Ifugao religion has an elaborate cosmology and more than a thousand deities of various classes. Ancestral and other deities are invoked in the case of illness or other difficulties with the aid of rice wineand feasting. ******************************************************* #decolonize#native#warrior#historia#astig#agta#philippines#adobo#aeta#pinay#pinoy#austronesia#ifugao#indigenous#taino#aboriginal#photography#naturephotography#nativeamerican#boreno#maharlika#southeatasia#asia#austronesian#autochthonous#polynesian#indonesia#maori#kalinga#aboriginee