Mother protecting child. This is one humanizing act that every person can relate to. This was pinned because it is something any mother would do. A mother WILL protect their child from danger. When the natives were marched along the Trail of Tears this would have been a common thing to see. This image should teach us that everyone is the same when it come to the human level.  This could be useful because it is proof of how everyone is the same.

Mother protecting child. This is one humanizing act that every person can relate to. This was pinned because it is something any mother would do. A mother WILL protect their child from danger. When the natives were marched along the Trail of Tears this would have been a common thing to see. This image should teach us that everyone is the same when it come to the human level. This could be useful because it is proof of how everyone is the same.

Bronze of a Native American Warrior by Rudolf Siemering 1897 CE in Eakins Oval overlooks visitors to the Philadelphia Museum of Art by mharrsch, via Flickr

Bronze of a Native American Warrior by Rudolf Siemering 1897 CE in Eakins Oval overlooks visitors to the Philadelphia Museum of Art by mharrsch, via Flickr

Zitkala-Ša or 'Red bird' (1876–1938), the child of a full-blood Yankton Sioux, was born in 1876 on Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota and raised in a tipi on the Missouri River until age 12. She went to a Quaker missionary school for Indians, under the missionary-given name Gertrude Simmons Bonnin, eventually becoming a teacher, musician, author and activist.

Zitkala-Ša or 'Red bird' (1876–1938), the child of a full-blood Yankton Sioux, was born in 1876 on Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota and raised in a tipi on the Missouri River until age 12. She went to a Quaker missionary school for Indians, under the missionary-given name Gertrude Simmons Bonnin, eventually becoming a teacher, musician, author and activist.

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