Category: Anthropology

Indigenous Peoples Day, Speaking their Names: Libations, Remembrance, & “Spiritual Warfare”

First Americans Remembrance It’s October 14, 2019, what many call “Columbus Day” and many more have reclaimed as “Indigenous Peoples Day.” It’s been a bittersweet, somber autumn day where the name “Columbus” has taken on in-depth conversation, satire, and conjured pain. So far I can trace my family lineage 6 generations from my genealogy research and my family include what is called “Aboriginal Indigenous” … Read More Indigenous Peoples Day, Speaking their Names: Libations, Remembrance, & “Spiritual Warfare”

Travel – Smithsonian Gems Exhibit – Ancestor Montage

Ria Sweetraw | NaturalSelfGoddess ™♥ Blog travels to Washington, DC to visit the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History Gems exhibit and adds an Ancestor montage.

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