Last Real Indians Denounces Disenrollment

Disenrollment is a tool of colonialism and conquest.  The United States began planting the seeds of disenrollment during the Indian removal and allotment eras, in furtherance of indigenous land dispossession and assimilation.  The federal government then introduced disenrollment to us during the Indian reorganization era, to further assimilate us.   

The practice deprives our relatives of what it means to be indigenous; what it means to be tribal.  It strips them of their Indian rights to worship; to fish, hunt and gather; to be with the land; to participate in ceremony and celebration; to vote, speak and be heard.  It strips them of their right to belong.  It strips them of their everything.


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I’m reorganizing my movie collection and realized I have 13 movies where the title begins with “Batman”.


To Do (week)
  • Make a To Do List
  • Reorganize HabitRPG
  • Physical Therapy exercises when I don’t have appointment that day (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday)
  • Portuguese homework (daily)
  • Organize and work on the Portuguese conjugation + vocab self study sheets
  • Take my watch and mom’s to get repaired
  • Take dogs to the vet (Check ears, eyes, and Pistacho’s foot)
  • Photocopy mom’s CE (two), the dog’s vaccines (two), and get passport size photos of the dogs, full body, for their municipal non-dangerous registration
  • Clean and oil pocket knife
  • Make appointment with dermatologist
  • Go to physical therapy appointments
  • Words words words
  • Work on the brochure thingy for dad
  • Translation 1 (Wednesday)
  • Translation 2 (Friday)
  • Email Pablo
  • Message cousin JF about the phone bill, make sure he gets the money so it isn’t pending over his head
  • Call and check the Bolivia cell phone account
  • Clean up and organize room
  • Finish the accent (FR)
  • Email Bolivia network
  • DE-STRESSING EXERCISES I have been putting this off and that is NOT GOOD
  • Organize new wave of job search
  • Bank thing (ask dad for help)
  • Email Lauri for Ruth’s email
  • Be careful with what I eat (I’ve started food bingeing again and I am annoyed at that(
  • Dad+Dog walks
  • Organize dinner with friends
  • Clean up Inbox

Finally, I found the motivation to reorganize my whole commish folder, update my very old commission doc, and start working on my latest commission, and all that while getting school work done. I can’t believe it, I’m actually being *gasp* productive.

“Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book.“

onkey/// this idea came to me right before I fell asleep a 
couple weeks ago and I bolted up in bed to write the idea down
lmao. I don't technically ship onkey but some couples have
dynamics that are just really realistic and cute, y'know? (ʃƪ ˘ ³˘)
please do not repost! thank you!!