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Two spirit

Two-Spirit (also two spirit or, occasionally, twospirited ) is a modern, pan-Indian , umbrella term used by Some indigenous North Americans to describe some people In Their communities Who Fulfill a traditional third-gender (or other gender-variant ) role in their cultures. [1] [2] [3] While most people mistakenly associate with ” LGBT Native”, the term and identity of two-spirit “does not make sense” unless it is contextualized within a Native American or First Nationsframework and traditional cultural understanding. [3] [4] [5] The term was adopted by consensus in 1990 at an Indigenous lesbian and gay international gathering to encourage the replacement of the outdated, and moreover, anthropological term berdache. [4] [6] [7] [8] (more…)

Timeline of support for Indigenous Peoples’ Day

This page is a preview from the municipality, universities, and states in the United States have been officially recognized Indigenous Peoples Day (more…)

Sovereign erotic

sovereign erotic is used of historical, tribally-specific knowledge to heal colonial sexual violence. The term was coined by scholar, artist, and activist Qwo-Li Driskill ( Cherokee ) in the essay Stolen from our Bodies: First Nations Two-Spirits / Queers and the Journey to a Sovereign Erotic . [1] (more…)

Section 25 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Section 25 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is the first section under the heading “General” in the Charter , and like other sections within the “General” sphere, it aids in the interpretation of rights elsewhere in the Charter . While section 25 is also the Charter section that deals most directly with Aboriginal peoples in Canada , it does not create or constitutionalize rights for them. (more…)

Second Malón de la Paz

The Second Malón de la Paz was a protest march of the aboriginals of northwestern Argentina , demanding the restitution of their ancient lands. It started on 7 August 2006 in the province of Jujuy . (more…)

Repatriation and reburial of human remains

The repatriation and reburial of human remains is a current debate in archeology . Various indigenous peoples around the world, Such As Native Americans and Indigenous Australians -have requested That human remains from Their respective communities be repatriated for reburial. A famous case is that of the Kennewick Man in the United States. Similarly, Druids have requested the reburial of ancient human remains in the British Isles . [1] (more…)

Red Power movement

The Red Power movement is a social movement led by American Indians in the United States. The American Indian Movement (AIM) and National Indian Youth Council (NIYC). [1]This movement seeks the rights of Indians to make their own policies and programs. [1] The Red Power movement Took a confrontational approach to civil disobedience and Inciting changes in United States to American Indian affairs [2] Compared to using negotiations and settlements, national qui Indian groups Such AsNational Congress of American Indianshad before. [1] Red Power centered around mass action, militant action, and unified action. [3] (more…)

RAVEN (Respecting Aboriginal Values ​​& Environmental Needs)

RAVEN Respecting Aboriginal Values ​​& Environmental Needs is a charitable organization that provides assistance to Aboriginal peoples in a sustainable way. (more…)

Native American civil rights

Native American civil rights are the civil rights of Native Americans in the United States. Because Native Americans are citoyens of Their tribal nations as well as the United States, and Those tribal nations are caractérisée under US law as “domestic dependent nations,” special relationship That Creates a Particular tension entre rights Retained via tribal sovereignty and rights That individual Natives obtained as US citizens. This status creates a negative impact on the position of the United States Government in 1924. Assorted laws and policies of the United States government, some tracing to the pre-Revolutionary colonial period, denied basic human rights-particularly in the areas of cultural expression and travel-to indigenous people. [1] (more…)

Malón de la Paz

The Malón de la Paz was a march of indigenous peoples of northwestern Argentina to the capital, Buenos Aires , demanding the restitution of their ancient lands, in 1946. The participants marched about 2,000 kilometers to present their claims to President Juan Perón . (more…)