Pueblo

No cabrón, México no va a cambiar si te quedas sentado en tu casa rezando, si te encapuchas y saqueas sólo para que el gobierno te de una mierda de dinero.
México no va a cambiar si antes no se mueve el pueblo.
México somos nosotros chinga, México no es un presidente pendejo, ni esos gobernadores, senadores o diputados
Sólo hizo falta un gasolinazo para que reaccionara el pueblo.
Nosotros somos México y nosotros tenemos que despertar.
—  Chinga, México ya esta cansado!

I’m so upset that Native Americans have been completely swept under the rug. We have been victims of genocide since 1492. I’m upset that native american women are sexually assaulted and abused and no one blinks an eye. I’m upset that we are supposedly “extinct” according to the history channel. I’m upset that I go to work and hear war stories about veterans killed in action in WW-II or who were Prisoners of War by widows or family members of those veterans and i see them cry and look up to the sky or a picture of their lost loved one only to log on to social media and see the people they got killed for and the country they died for turn their backs on us and destroy our land and shoot at us for protecting the land AND NO ONE SAYS A DAMN THING!

Why are Native Americans forgotten? Or a better question, why are we treated less than animals? Why aren’t we categorized as humans? Why are we mistreated? Why don’t our lives matter?

We-wha was a Zuni Pueblo Lhamana who worked as an ambassador for his people to the United States in the 1800s. Lhamana is a third gender in the Zuni culture assigned to male bodied children whose adherents performed traditional women’s work and fulfilled a fundamental role as mediator during conflict. Lhamana falls under the category of Two-Spirit, a more general term used in Native American communities indicating an individual as neither male nor female but an entirely seperate gender. 

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Pueblos aislados

El término pueblos aislados, tribus aisladas o no contactadas hace referencia a aquellos pueblos indígenas que no tienen contacto con la sociedad dominante y que han optado por vivir en aislamiento. Rechazan el contacto con instituciones estatales, empresas extractivas y que explotan recursos naturales, colonos y representantes de grupos religiosos o misioneros que operan en la proximidad de sus territorios ancestrales. Se registra presencia de estas tribus en cuatro continentes: Asia, Oceanía, América del Norte y América del Sur; según Survival International, existen al menos cien tribus no contactadas en el mundo.

En fotos: Tribus no contactadas avistadas en Acre (Brasil). Nótese cómo los nativos se muestran hostiles ante el avión desde el cual fueron tomadas las fotos, el cual posiblemente han visto por primera vez.