Part of the racialized sexism wants everyone to think that a 15-year old Mexican is not a girl, she’s a woman. We know she’s a girl. We can never emphasize this enough, because this is the fate of colored girls globally right now: the denial of their girlhood, the denial of their childhood, and the constant state of risk and danger they are living in.

ladycrappo:

Delicate flowers and leaves gilded with white gold. I feel pretty goddamn decadent.

cancerlicious:

terezi loves her charizard even if he isn’t a dragon type
 
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baapi-makwa:

Boozhoo Waabooz

baapi-makwa:

Boozhoo Waabooz

feministwerewolf:

nativepeopleproblems:

exploringoklahomahistory:

Google now supports Cherokee language. (via Google Blog)

With the help of Cherokee Nation staff and community members, we’ve added Cherokee as an interface language on Google, making a small contribution towards preserving one of the world’s endangered languages.


WOAH

AAAAHHH awesome!  now do the other ndn languages, google!

feministwerewolf:

nativepeopleproblems:

exploringoklahomahistory:

Google now supports Cherokee language. (via Google Blog)

With the help of Cherokee Nation staff and community members, we’ve added Cherokee as an interface language on Google, making a small contribution towards preserving one of the world’s endangered languages.

WOAH

AAAAHHH awesome!  now do the other ndn languages, google!

かちゃん~

But like Spanish is a language but it's not a nationality like they speak Spanish in Mexico and Port o' Rico and stuff but it's not like theres a place called Spania full of Spanish *people*
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lareinaana:

erchu:

baruch-de-spinoza:

digatisdi-deactivated20140324:

Please be joking

who the fuck referred to us as Port O’ Rico

Port o’ Rico, where at the end of the rainbow you can find a Pot o’ Gold!

I’m fucking dying omg don’t you know??? We are from Rico’s port!!! The port of Rico. The port for Rico’s riches. Rico’s port. Yes, that Port o’ Rico.

zakka-shop:

Leaf Girl Card

File under: Letters taped to my wall series

at Zakka Shop

I'm curious, do you identify as two-spirit too?

Some Indigenous tribes don’t have a two spirit identity. As far as I’m concerned, although I could be wrong, the Chipewyan don’t. However I’m still learning and seeing as I’m disconnected from the Dene community, I have a lot to learn still.

But it is highly possible that we have something similar to two spirit for both my mother’s (Chipewyan) and father’s (Lenca/Azteca) sides. But until I learn more, I don’t feel comfortable claiming the two spirit or other culture specific gender identity. I am content in identifying as gender fluid though, so not a big source of stress.

shotasense:

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