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Weighing in at a trim 154, at the height of 6, your future champ is now fitted with the custom “Oro Negro” (aka Black/Gold), trunks! 😂😂😂😂 Haha, but jokes aside, these are my FIRST pair of trunks. Too many, a pair of shorts would mean nothing, . . . but if you knew my story, you’d know this the part where it starts to get good 💯 Se fuerte mí gente 🥊🥇👍🏽 #2020 #FutureChamp #Boxing #OyeTigre ™️ #OroNegroIsBorn #MakingBetterMovesToGiveKidsBetterViews #NEVERBeenOneOfTheRealNiggas #ButIllFOREVERBeARealNegus #SorryImNotSorryButIFightForLight #BeRealBeGreatBeRealGreat #Arcturian 👽#EvolutionaryRevolutionary #GuardianOfTHISGalaxy #HeroicHippie #LightWorker #PanamáJacked #Superman #ValZod #DesignerGenes #5D #Merkaba #Thoth #Panameño #NativeAmerican #Italiano #HechoEnDC #DeCielo #Zebulon #9Ángel 😇
Romero’s work blends traditional techniques of Southwestern Native American ceramics with imagery inspired by ancient and modern sources. His figures often resemble stylized comic-book heroes as well as the protagonists pictured on ancient Greek vessels. "A True Tale" portrays one of the atrocities related to the Conquistadors’ quest for gold; Spanish soldiers would cut off the hands of Indians who failed to provide them with gold. • Born in Berkeley, California, Romero is a Cochiti Pueblo Indian and has lived in New Mexico since 1993. He earned his BFA from Otis Parsons School of Design, Los Angeles, and his MFA from University of California, Los Angeles. Notice the gilded checkerboard rim encircling the scene, highlighting gold as the crux of the story and the motive for violence against the Indians. • [Diego Romero (Cochiti Pueblo, born 1964), "A True Tale", 2005; Earthenware, with polychrome and gilt decoration, Crocker Art Museum, gift of Loren G. Lipson, M.D., 2013.19] • #ArtOfTheDay #NAHeritage #NativeArtist #NativeAmerican #CrockerArt #Sacramento #California #Art
Cēmānāhuac was the name used by the Aztecs to refer to their world. It is a Nahuatl name derived from the words "cē" one/whole and "Ānāhuac", which in turn derives from the words "atl" (water) and "nahuac", a locative meaning "circumvented or surrounded". Hence, the name can be literally translated as "land completely surrounded by water", or "[the] totality [of what is] next to water". The term refers to the conscience that the Mexica had of the American territory they knew, surrounded by two great oceans, the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. Consciousness is self recognition in the era of adversity. *******************************************************#decolonize #native #amerikkka #choctaw #blackfoot #mexico #mexika #notlatino #nothispanic #azteca #n8v #austronesia #sioux #olmec #taino #aboriginal #photography #naturephotography #nativeamerican #indigenous #indigenouspride #apache #nicantlaca #maya #autochthonous #polynesian #nodapl   #maori #america #aboriginee
#TBT Thx to 121875®️ on Twitter for this pic of #WWE #SurvivorSeries 1994 where the team of Guts & Glory faced The #MillionDollarTeam w/the #AllAmerican #LexLuger facing off in the ring against #NativeAmerican #Tatanka #WWEUniverse #WWENetwork #WWF #WorldWrestlingFederation
Study of Red Cloud...coffee, home made bone black, and water color on paper....Oglala Lakota chief, great leader, warrior, and diplomat...#postprimativeart #folkhero #watercolor #boneblack #redcloud #oglalalakota #plainsindian #nativeamerican #redman #pineridge #fettermanfight #indigenous #warrior
The wolf ^_^ took me all day xD by the way to anyone who was wondering about the logo thing that i spoke of, once we have presented it ill show you guys the results. . . . #nativeamerican #nativeamericanzodiacsigns #nativeamericanzodiac #animaldesign #wolfdesign #wolf #wolflovers #nativeamericanwolf #wolfdrawing #wolfart #animewolf #animalart #animaldrawing #furryart #furryartwork #animeart #animal_drawing #wildanimal
Stunning vintage Effie C double snake Zuni ring. Size 11.5 weight 24 grams. 1.25” long 1” wide. Huge!! Super collectable. 150$ shipped . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #zuni #effiec #vintagejewelry #silversmith #nativeamerican #turquoise
Still trying to win the war of words on Twitter? Good luck. Ten fake accounts for every real one.
Awesome portrait done by @mike.g.inks 🍃
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Native American Heritage Month recognizes the histories, invaluable contributions and livelihood of American Indian and Alaska Native people in the U.S. Watch our story to see three historic health achievements. . . . #HHS #NAHM #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth #NativePride #NativeAmerican #AmericanIndian #AlaskaNative #publichealth
Two spirit beings are celestial energies. The Creator made us to build bridges between the human realm and the spirit realm. My role being two spirit is very unique as I am a holder of knowledge as well as highly connected to the Creator. I think of myself as an embodiment of all my ancestors combined and I’ve always noticed my energy being balanced of both masculinity and femininity. To symbolize this I think of the relationship between the day and night and how they balance each other, and are always fading into one another. We truly are out of this 🌎 . . . . . #oglalalakota #nativeamericanheritagemonth #nativeamerican #ndn #twospirit #lgbtq 🌈 #pansexual #nonbinary #indigenous #indigenouswomen #freelancemodel #plussizemodel #plussizefashion #pnw #olympia #tacoma #seattle #beccacosmetics #bhcosmetics #browngirlmagic #makeup #wocmakeup #actor #artist #storyteller #soundcloudartist #piercings #thick @beccacosmetics @bhcosmetics
⚡️ Que vivamos! Vivamos muito! Com força, saúde e um imenso espírito aberto aos ventos! 🔥Ahaw! . #vozdofeminino #vozdoselementos #saberesfemininos #sabedoriaancestral #xamanismo #xamanismofeminino #cicloslunares #nativeamerican #nativeamericanwoman
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And the official Christmas cookie adventure begins! What will we encounter this year? Burnt batches? Icing that doesn't dry? Designs that melt? Who knows, but here goes....nothin'!!!!! 😁😁😁😁🌲❄🎄❄ . . . . . #christmascookies #christmasbaking #cookies #homemade #fromscratch #bakingday #bakinglove #gingerbread #snowflakes #baking #christmas #christmas2017 #gingerbreadcookies #christmasprep #sahm #countrylife #countryliving #livinginthecountry #momoflittles #littlethingsinlife #fancycookies #cookiesofinstagram #edibleart #victorianchristmas #countrychristmas #traditions #momlife #behindthescenes #art #nativeamerican
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😮 Wow! Intricate detailed hand-painted pottery at Simply Southwest on the Santa Fe Plaza!⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #pottery #handmade #handpainted #art #artist #artwork #santafeart #nativeamerican #nativeart #lizard #santafe #simplysouthwest #simplysantafe
Love this picture. But then again I love all things#nativeamerican This culture and history just speaks to me. My favorite is sit downs with elders and hearing their stories. The good, the bad, and the ugly! #nativehistory #beauty
It’s an exciting day of learning for these kids from Grace Lutheran Church & School here in St. Pete 👧👦
#TBT My Grandma Ida Opal Osborne (Logan) and Great Grandma Rhode Roe!!! #NativeAmerican #Cherokee
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Super excited to see my vision come to life thanks to Keith Colston! The DC OAG’s FIRST Native American Heritage Month Celebration 🙌🏾🙏🏽 #nativeamerican #cultureawareness
I’m not this mean in real life 😠😄 . . 📸: @bookert La model: @statemgmt LA Talent: @hriyouth MT model: @rmea_talent Event: @globalstarsnetwork . .
#Repost @crockerart • • • • • Hopi-Tewa artist Arlo Namingha explores his Native American heritage through sculptural works inspired by Hopi figures, forms, and symbols. Much like his father, who is also an artist, his work mixes cultural traditions with a modern, minimalist aesthetic. This particular piece is made in bronze, but the artist also works in wood, stone, and clay. • Arlo Namingha is the eldest son of Dan Namingha. Both are descended from a group of Tewa-speaking people who migrated to the Hopi reservation in northeastern Arizona from northern New Mexico, perhaps as long ago as the 17th century. They are also direct descendants of Nampeyo, who is widely recognized as the matriarch of Pueblo Indian pottery. Notice the abstract representation of a katsina face. • [Arlo Namingha (Hopi-Tewa, born 1974), Cultural Images #3 , 2004. Bronze. Crocker Art Museum, gift of Loren G. Lipson, M.D., 2011.47.3] • #ArtOfTheDay #NAHeritage #NativeArtist #NativeAmerican #CrockerArt #Sacramento #California #Art
🇲🇽🛸 ☥𓂀 The great Aztec rain god Tlaloc hitting Long Beach today 🌧 ⚡️🌱Tlāloc is a member of the pantheon of gods in Aztec religion. As supreme god of the rain, Tlaloc is also a god of earthly fertility and of water. He was widely worshipped as a beneficent giver of life and sustenance. However, he was also feared for his ability to send hail, thunder, and lightning, and for being the lord of the powerful element of water. Tlaloc is also associated with caves, springs, and mountains, most specifically the sacred mountain in which he was believed to reside. His animal forms include herons and water-dwelling creatures such as amphibians, snails, and possibly sea creatures, particularly shellfish.The Mexican marigold, Tagetes lucida, known to the Aztecs as yauhtli, was another important symbol of the god, and was burned as a ritual incense in native religious ceremonies. #ascension #ometeotl #Spiritualmaster #Unity #Humanity 🧙🏽‍♂️#love #Indigenousarmy #Mexica #postivevibesonly #wisdomispower #nativeamerican #cultura #mexico #conciousness #Love #spirit #soul #cosmic #Indigenous #firstpeople #wisdom #knowledge #humanrace #spiritualawakening #globalshift #photooftheday #travelphotography #travel #travelawesome #meditation #Ancientartifact
10 years of friendship 6 years of filing for citizenship $15,000 attorneys/flights/ lost wages when self deported (one month in Honduras) 8 years of marriage 3 years of being a business owner together ***Because he came here when he was 13 years old. He didn't have a choice (his parents brought him here). May not be a big deal to most people but to us it is. #proudofus #visa #nolongerillegal #nativeAmerican #hispanic #Spanish #Mestizo #onstolenland #some #latinostruggles #struggleisreal Next is green card , 3 years to wait for citizenship
I have found LOTS & LOTS of potsherds over the years, but these are some of the more ornate ones. All of these came off of one one site. The site contained archaic stuff all the way through the woodland period. NW Bama, Franklin Co. Bear creek drainage. #potsherd #woodlandperiod #nativeamerican
New on the blog: I share perspective on Edward Curtis, his photographs of Native Americans, and the exhibit of his work at University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Link in bio.
#tbt Ce-Gie-Che-Ok, circa 1899 Ute woman, #ute #northernplains #nativeamerican #vickiturbeville #respect
Researchers Carmen Byker Shanks and Selena Ahmed developed beautiful recipe cards acknowledging indigenous foods and the work of the Food Health Lab. We celebrate artist Sashay Camel.
On a mission to have as many cups of tea as possible this trip ☕️
Today is the 154th remembrance of the Sand Creek Massacre. U.S. Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell sponsored the 1998 legislation to establish a Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site. Senator Campbell, who is of Cheyenne ancestry, says that every Cheyenne and Arapahoe bears the scars of Sand Creek on their souls. This infrared image is Ben Nighthorse Campbell taking a moment alone to look out over the Sand Creek Massacre site in southeastern Colorado. Later while sitting on the "hill" with the senator he became very quiet, and said, "What were Black Kettle and White Antelope thinking?" referring to the misplaced trust in the US and Colorado Territorial governments, thus being completely unprotected and vulnerable in that camp. Governor John Evans and John Chivington acted as the co-architects of one of the worst massacres committed against Native Americans in US history, yet have mountains, roads and towns named after them, fast forward to our present governor, John Hickenlooper, who in 2014 gave an official apology to the descendants of the Cheyenne and Arapaho. --Sand Creek had special meaning, for the senator is the descendant of one of two sisters, Red Dress and Yellow Woman, who were murdered during the massacre. Almost every single casualty was a child, a woman or an old man. Sitting with him at the site of the Sand Creek Massacre on a warm and windy Thursday afternoon, the horror of what happened there cannot—should not—be ignored. When asked what the place means to him, the senator, as is his style, answered with a story. I remember talking to an old lady. It was years and 年前發佈 when she came here,” he recalled. “She said it was cold and foggy one morning when she walked out there, where the massacre was.” He gestured toward the site where so many people were slaughtered. “She told me she could hear children cry. And I think she did. I do.” He nodded his head and grew quiet, looking at his hands that held the black cane, its tip resting on the ground. “I think maybe they’re still crying. Tragic. Tragic. All because of arrogance and greed.”-- An excerpt from the Kiowa County Independent
Happy ThanksGiving! #Thanksgiving
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