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Well, all good things must come to an end. It’s been a great semester, but I’m done and ready for summer. AIS 101 is over, and not going to lie, I know I’ll miss it. I’ll miss learning about real … Continue reading

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Indigenous People of Hawaii Finally Get Their Own Government

“So what are you doing this summer?” Well, we’re actually going on a vacation to Hawaii! “Oh my gosh, I heard it’s absolutely beautiful! Yeah, we’ve already been three other times, but hey why stop now?! Hawaii seems to be … Continue reading

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Osama Bin Laden is Nicknamed “Geronimo”

As we’ve all heard, the number one most wanted terrorist has been killed: Osama Bin Laden. He was the founder and head of the terrorist group al-Qaeda and is responsible for the 3000 deaths that occurred on September 11th, 2001. … Continue reading

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Homosexuality and Native Americans

In class, we briefly discussed homosexuality among Native Americans and how it was traditionally celebrated. As we know, this mentality is very different when compared to the colonial white American homophobia (for Christian reasons, of course). Personally, I have never … Continue reading

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Mount Rushmore: A Real Sight to See

My dad has always talked about how much he would like to see Mount Rushmore. As a family, we are determined to take a road trip some summer and gaze upon the unfathomable creation. As you all probably know, the … Continue reading

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Iron Eyes Cody: The Man Inspiring You to up Your Aluminum Can

In class, we just finished reading Reservation Reelism by Michelle H. Raheja. It’s about the relationship between American Indians and film- how film has portrayed Indians over the years. Rahja discusses some Indian stereotypes (the “one with nature” Indian, the vanishing … Continue reading

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The First American Indian Professional Woman Basketball Player

Growing up in a neighborhood filled with older boys, I guess you can say I’ve playing sports for my entire life. We used to ring each others doorbells daily hoping each other could come outside to play, and when we … Continue reading

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