Graphic: Conquistador lives don’t matter — Warrior Publications

Indian Warrior (1931) by Diego Rivera “Of all the panels Rivera made for The Museum of Modern Art, Indian Warrior reaches back farthest into Mexican history, to the Spanish Conquest of the early 16th century. An Aztec warrior wearing the costume of a jaguar stabs an armored conquistador in the throat with a stone knife. […] … More Graphic: Conquistador lives don’t matter — Warrior Publications

Writing History as Healing

Originally posted on RumiNative:
Chemawa Indian School Many of my friends and readers know that I have been in the process of writing my first book, which is a co-authored project with Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz. The title is “‘All the Real Indians Died off’ and 20 Other Myths about Native Americans” and it’s part of a…