Tecumseh (1768 - 1813) - was a respected Native American Shawnee warrior and chief, who became the primary leader of a large confederacy in the early 19th century. Tecumseh was among the most celebrated leaders in history. He was known as a strong and eloquent orator who was able to get tribes unite under one... Continue Reading →


Who was Crazy Horse?

Crazy Horse (1840 - 1877) - He was a great Sioux warrior and a leader in the Great Sioux War of 1876. Crazy Horse's participation in several famous battles of the American Indian Wars on the northern Great Plains earned him great respect from both his enemies and his own people. Crazy Horse ranks among... Continue Reading →

Why the Anti Seal Hunt activist must be careful not to include Inuits in their ban.

I know that I'm vegetarian, but I was raised M├ętis. So I know the proper way to hunt, respect wild life, prepare the meat and no waste anything. Wild meat that is healthier and taste better than anything you will find in grocery stores. Seal meat is used for food and clothing Inuit families. Families... Continue Reading →

Mary Two-Axe Early – Equal Rights Activist

Mary Two-Axe, a Mohawk woman from Kahnawake, Quebec, was an indigenous women's right activist that fought for equal rights for Aboriginal women after loosing her Indian "Status" under the Indian Act for falling in love and marrying an Irish-American electrical engineer, Edward Early. I've personally always found this concept completely ridiculous. If I Chinese woman... Continue Reading →

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