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Follow Native American accounts on social media
There are many accounts on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook that post amazing content every day. These are some of the best accounts to follow:
In addition, there is an account that posts short videos every day with links to other pages where you can find even more awesome stuff!
It’s called Daily Amazing Native American content
You should also check out these sites for more content:
Read books by Native American authors
Reading books by Native Americans is a great way to learn about their culture.
I suggest picking up some of these books:
1) The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot.
This book tells the story of an African American woman who died in 1951 and left behind one of the most important cell lines in medical research history, yet her identity was unknown for decades.
Learn about Native American culture and history
Natives have been a part of the North American continent since the end of the last Ice Age, over 10,000 years ago.
It is estimated that there were some ten million natives living in North America at that time.
The term Native Americans refers to all indigenous peoples in both North America and Central America.
When Europeans arrived on the continent, they encountered a vast number of diverse peoples and cultures with their own languages and customs.
Today, there are more than 500 tribes recognized by the U.S.
Watch films and documentaries about Native Americans
Native Americans have an amazing culture that is filled with a rich history and fascinating traditions.
The best way to learn about these people is through film and documentaries.
Here are some recommendations Kumu Hina:
A Hawaiian gender, culture, and native island perspective
Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance
The Navajo Project
Keepers of the Tradition
Attend events and festivals celebrating Native American culture
Native American culture is celebrated every day.
There are events, festivals, and museums celebrating this rich culture.
If you want to learn more about the tribal nations in your area, then I recommend checking out some of the following:
The National Museum of the American Indian in D.C. showcases artifacts from tribes across North America.
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum remembers those who died on April 19th, 1995 when a truck bomb exploded outside its building site.
Support Native American
businesses and organizations
There are so many amazing Native Americans in the world today and it’s important to support them when you can.
Here are some organizations or companies that are run by or hire members of the native american community
The University of Minnesota Duluth’s American Indian Resource Center,
who aims to empower students and faculty with knowledge, skills, wisdom, and strategies for engaging in healthy relationships with others through research based education.
Beaver Clan Art & Gift Gallery is a Native owned company based in Minnesota that creates custom artwork which depicts
contemporary interpretations of traditional tribal designs.