Explore Hope History, History Pt and more!

Explore related topics

Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma * Oklahoma is home to 39 tribes, more than any other American state.  The state's longest powwow, the Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival, a celebration of dancing, drumming, and singing that attracts tribe members and visitors from across the U.S. and Canada is held the first week in June.

Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma * Oklahoma is home to 39 tribes, more than any other American state. The state's longest powwow, the Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival, a celebration of dancing, drumming, and singing that attracts tribe members and visitors from across the U.S. and Canada is held the first week in June.

"An old Cherokee told his grandson, 'My son, there is a battle between two wolves inside us all.  One is Evil.  It is anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, inferiority, lies, and ego.  The other is Good.  It is joy, peace, love, hope, humility, kindness, empathy, and truth.'  The boy thought about it and asked, 'Grandfather, which wolf wins?'  The old man replied: 'The one you feed.'"  At the National Museum of the American Indian, in Lower Manhattan, I was immersed in Native American history.

"An old Cherokee told his grandson, 'My son, there is a battle between two wolves inside us all. One is Evil. It is anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, inferiority, lies, and ego. The other is Good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, humility, kindness, empathy, and truth.' The boy thought about it and asked, 'Grandfather, which wolf wins?' The old man replied: 'The one you feed.'" At the National Museum of the American Indian, in Lower Manhattan, I was immersed in Native American history.

What Was Ours: Shoshone tribal elder and 2 young Arapaho leave Wind River Indian Res for Chicago’s Field Museum to find artifacts taken from their tribes.

What Was Ours: Shoshone tribal elder and 2 young Arapaho leave Wind River Indian Res for Chicago’s Field Museum to find artifacts taken from their tribes.

African Cherokees in Indian Territory: From Chattel to Citizens (The John Hope Franklin Series in African American History and Culture) by Celia E. Naylor http://www.amazon.com/dp/0807858838/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_0m2tub1M8977Y

African Cherokees in Indian Territory: From Chattel to Citizens (The John Hope Franklin Series in African American History and Culture) by Celia E. Naylor http://www.amazon.com/dp/0807858838/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_0m2tub1M8977Y

Anna Mae Aquash- a native rights act ivist from Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia. She became one of the most prominent woman in the American Indian Movement  "I'm Indian all the way, and always will be. I'm not going to stop fighting until I die, and I hope I'm a good example of a human being and ...

Anna Mae Aquash- a native rights act ivist from Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia. She became one of the most prominent woman in the American Indian Movement "I'm Indian all the way, and always will be. I'm not going to stop fighting until I die, and I hope I'm a good example of a human being and ...

Tantoo Cardinal

Tantoo Cardinal

Big Looking Glass (Comanche), Kookazachy (Kiowa Apache), Apiatan or Wooden Lance (Kiowa) – 1894 {Note: This group is displaying prayer items used in what is now referred to as the Native American Church.}

Big Looking Glass (Comanche), Kookazachy (Kiowa Apache), Apiatan or Wooden Lance (Kiowa) – 1894 {Note: This group is displaying prayer items used in what is now referred to as the Native American Church.}

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search