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Just in case you weren’t on the moon last night. This is what earth looked like from the moon’s perspective 

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"You don’t have to disrespect and insult others simply to hold your own ground. If you do, that shows how shaky your own position is."
Red Haircrow (via psych-quotes)

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Got the dirtiest looks all day for this only ‘cause I’m reminding them of something they have the privilege to forget.
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"There are certain people that come into your life, and leave a mark. I’m talking about the ones who, for whatever reason, are as much a part of you as your own soul. Their place in your heart is tender, a bruise of longing, a pulse of unfinished business. Just hearing their names pushes and pulls at you in a hundred ways, and when you try to define those hundred ways, describe them even to yourself, words are useless. If you had a lifetime to talk, there would still be things left unsaid."
Sara Zarr (via wordsthat-speak)

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Clay Earrings by Jemez artist Virginia Chinana. Click here to shop.
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Beautiful beadwork.
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Onondaga Nation Files Human Rights Violations against US
The Onondaga Nation has taken its land rights case into the international arena.On Tuesday, April 15, the Onondaga Nation filed a petition against the United States with the Organization of American States’ Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) in Washington, D.C. The petition accuses the U.S. of human rights violations by stealing 2.5 million acres of the Nation’s land since 1788 in what is now central New York state and seeks redress for the violation of the Onondaga people’s rights to property, equal treatment, and judicial protection.
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Education Must Pave the Way for Happiness, 13 year-old Says
Is our education system preparing us for the kind of world mine and future generations will be left with?We are living in a very precarious time, much different then when our parents and our grandparents grew up and went to school. Since the Industrial Revolution, people were educated in a system to fulfill the American dream by becoming a part of a workforce that left many working long hours, and making very little money, while filling the pockets of the one percent.