waagosh-mahkesis:

Hey all, I recently started to photograph again so I’m doing this give away for a little fun promotion! Help an photographer out! :0)
The prize is the beaded earrings above from 3 Sisterz Accessoriez 
The rules:
1.  Likes and Reblogs will count as entries 
2. You do not have to be following me but can you follow rj photog 
 3. You can reblog as much as you like and it will be counted 
 4. Your ask box must be open so I can contact you.
 5. I will ship internationally. 
 6. If I don’t hear back from you within 48 hours of contacting you, I will randomly select another winner.
Thanks again for all your support!
Deadline is Friday, October 23rd at 8:00 pm Eastern Time. 
A winner will be contacted that night.
Good luck!
Content source is my flickr.

waagosh-mahkesis:

Hey all, I recently started to photograph again so I’m doing this give away for a little fun promotion! Help an photographer out! :0)

The prize is the beaded earrings above from 3 Sisterz Accessoriez 

The rules:

1.  Likes and Reblogs will count as entries 

2. You do not have to be following me but can you follow rj photog 

3. You can reblog as much as you like and it will be counted 

4. Your ask box must be open so I can contact you.

5. I will ship internationally. 

6. If I don’t hear back from you within 48 hours of contacting you, I will randomly select another winner.

Thanks again for all your support!

Deadline is Friday, October 23rd at 8:00 pm Eastern Time.

A winner will be contacted that night.

Good luck!

Content source is my flickr.

waagosh-mahkesis:

Indigenous street art in Toronto, Ontario

waagosh-mahkesis:

Indigenous street art in Toronto, Ontario

stiilettos:

Misty Upham.
Remember her name and face.
Too many Native women don’t get their stories shared. Too many Native women are forgotten. 
Remember her. Remember them.
Rest in peace, Misty.
July 6, 1982 — October 16, 2014 

stiilettos:

Misty Upham.

Remember her name and face.

Too many Native women don’t get their stories shared. Too many Native women are forgotten. 

Remember her. Remember them.

Rest in peace, Misty.

July 6, 1982 — October 16, 2014 

waagosh-mahkesis:

micdotcom:

1,200 aboriginal Canadian women have gone missing over the past 30 years. Hashtag asks #AmINext?

On Aug. 17, Winnipeg police pulled the body of 15-year-old Tina Fontaine out of the Red River near Alexander Docks.

The scope of the tragedy prompted Holly Jarret of Hamilton, Ont. — cousin to Loretta Saunders, an indigenous woman who was murdered in February at age 26 — to launch the #AmINext hashtag earlier this month.

So, what’s being done about it? | Follow micdotcom

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A message from Anonymous
I feel like an outcast on my reserve for going out and getting an education. They act like I'm self righteous, which I'm not. I just want to help my community.
A reply from silent-stories-untold
I’m really proud to announce the zine collaboration between 9-feathers and silent-stories-untold! This will be available in North America in the next couple weeks! The zine is the collective anonymous stories shared within the blog. Please share indigenous zine this far and wide! 

Silent Stories Untold: The Indigenous Perspective: The purpose
We are a collective group of First Nations youth living in Canada who are collaborating together to be able to provide a safe spot to be able to share stories about being Indigenous in contemporary society. As a collective, we have a voice and a story we wish to share. Sometimes we don’t get that opportunity, or our voices goes unheard. This is especially important to us as youth. This is your chance to share, read, and educate.
*We do not put any limitations on what you say, we want the truth. The good, the bad, the ugly.*


Go and follow them and submit your stories! 

I’m really proud to announce the zine collaboration between 9-feathers and silent-stories-untold! This will be available in North America in the next couple weeks! The zine is the collective anonymous stories shared within the blog. Please share indigenous zine this far and wide! 

Silent Stories Untold: The Indigenous Perspective: The purpose

We are a collective group of First Nations youth living in Canada who are collaborating together to be able to provide a safe spot to be able to share stories about being Indigenous in contemporary society. As a collective, we have a voice and a story we wish to share. Sometimes we don’t get that opportunity, or our voices goes unheard. This is especially important to us as youth. This is your chance to share, read, and educate.


*We do not put any limitations on what you say, we want the truth. The good, the bad, the ugly.*

Go and follow them and submit your stories!