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Native American - Sedona, via Flickr.

Despite what the white Trump-loving trash of America think, this is about as American as it gets. Too bad most assholes here are just mixed races. If purity is to be of American blood, this is one of the truest vessels.

"No siempre se necesita un plan. A veces sólo tienes que respirar, confiar en la vida, su destino y ver qué pasa." - Sabiduría Kiowa

"No siempre se necesita un plan. A veces sólo tienes que respirar, confiar en la vida, su destino y ver qué pasa." - Sabiduría Kiowa

Warriors earned a feather each time he did something the tribe felt was a brave act. Many times, the first feather earned by a warrior was given to him for being seen as an adult member of the tribe. However, the warrior was not just given the feather. The warrior had to prepare himself to receive such an honor and that often require days of fasting and meditation.

This picture is an Indian Chief wearing his traditional head dress. Head dresses in Red Indian cultures generally represented your status, so for example the Chief in the picture has the largest head dress because he has the highest status.

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