Twenty-three-year old Virginia Algonquian man, from 1645 etching from Antwerp.
This is the grave of John Ross. Born in 1790 in the Cherokee town of Turkeytown, in what is today Alabama, Ross grew up in a mixed race household. His mother was Cherokee and his father was a Scottish
I’ve stated my before that I am uncomfortable with land acknowledgements. Like, it’s fine for me to say I am on Narragansett land, which I am. But what does it mean for me to say so? Is it
Biden is moving to create more national monuments and protect key parts of this beautiful nation from further development. President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced he will establish a new national m
On April 12, 1959, unions led by the International Hod Carriers’, Building, and Common Laborers’ Union of America and with assistance from the United Steelworkers of America and the Operat
This is the grave of Stand Watie. Born in 1806 in the Cherokee Nation village of Oothcaloga, which is today Calhoun, Georgia, Watie grew up in a time of massive and horrifying change for his people. T
There is a very long history of whites passing as non-whites when it works for them. Rachel Dolezal is perhaps the most infamous example of this in recent years but there are many others. One question
The latest white liberal fad for meaningless diversity is the land acknowledgement. Theoretically, this is a good thing. Remembering that this land was stolen from Native peoples is in fact important.