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POEM.(Christmas Vibes) ATwinkleofPensiveonFrogspringPath. #Poem #SpokenWord #PerformanceArt

POEM.(Christmas Vibes) ATwinkleofPensiveonFrogspringPath. #Poem #SpokenWord #PerformanceArt

Hey there! It’s GreenSwanica.PROetess and I’m about to **Versify With Vibrance** for you. If you haven’t already subscribed to my channel, please click on the icon to subscribe… **RING THAT BELL for notifications** of new video content coming your way…… Continue Reading

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Takanakuy: Fistfighting in the Andes

Takanakuy: Fistfighting in the Andes

[INTRO PLAYING] [CHEERING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Hi. It’s Thomas. We’re in the Peruvian Andes. It’s the day before Christmas. All these guys are about to go beat the shit out of each other. It’s called Takanakuy. [CHEERING AND… Continue Reading

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INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DAY – WikiVidi Documentary

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DAY – WikiVidi Documentary

WikiVidi.com Indigenous Peoples’ Day Indigenous Peoples’ Day is a holiday that celebrates the Indigenous peoples of America. It is celebrated across the United States, and is an official city and state holiday in various localities. It began as a counter-celebration… Continue Reading

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The Search for Murdered and Missing American Indian Women

The Search for Murdered and Missing American Indian Women

If you’re just out there on the land somewhere, dead, and nobody’s looking for you, that’s like, the worst thing in the world. They’re just all over Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Montana, Minnesota… I can’t be everywhere. I think… Continue Reading

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Aboriginal Justice Systems: Envisioning First Nations Community Courts

Aboriginal Justice Systems: Envisioning First Nations Community Courts

Amanda Carling: Welcome. We may have a few people joining us late, but thank you so much for coming. For those who don’t know, my name is Amanda Carling and I am Metis from Manitoba. I’m a descendant from the… Continue Reading

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Why isn’t National Aboriginal Day a Formal Statutory Holiday?

Why isn’t National Aboriginal Day a Formal Statutory Holiday?

In 1996, the Governor General of Canada proclaimed June 21st to be a day for Canadians to celebrate and recognize the contributions and the diverse cultures of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit people in Canada. But it’s not a… Continue Reading