County challenges Chumash Tribe’s land consolidation plan
The board of supervisors in Santa Barbara County, California, voted 4-1 to appeal a land consolidation plan for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians.
What an insult that any Indigenous People are told by European-descent people what is “legal” for us to do with out lands.
A new analysis of the skulls of prehistoric peoples in Mexico reveals significant regional variation in the facial characteristics of indigenous populations – indicating that there were notable physical differences between geographically separate groups before the arrival of Europeans.
Just as there are variations between the skulls of Eastern Europeans and Western Europeans And differences between Mediterranean Europeans and “Nordic” Europeans. There are variations across humanity, across ethnic groups, and even within families. Shocking but true!
I am glad that 2nd/3rd generation (etc.) Hispanics in America are using their situation, of forced alienation from their Hispanic culture, to recognize their other identity of indigenous people of the Americas.
It’s still a sad situation. I watched a video of yung god Naui Ocelotl interviewing…
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This is Cem-anahuac (“The One Land Between The Waters”)
Learn your history first
We must learn the truth about our history before we start trying to learn how to speak in Nahuatl or how to interpret the “theology” of our ancestors. Dump the New Age nonsense and sentimentality and start with a level-headed, rational, and healthy, skeptical approach.
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Finding out more and more about my indigenous history. It’s a shame that everything is practically erased, though.
Actually, a substantial amount of material remains in surviving ethnographies, archeological evidence, inscriptions, poetry, etc. I am in the process of reconstructung a grand narrative at NicanTlaca.com