The artist also revised the Disney character Pocahontas’s modern-day back story: she “is an environmental activist” who enters into the Disney fighting tournament “to literally fight for nature,” joshwmc writes in his description.
The same applies to her mission: fighting for nature. Wouldn't it be more Native to pray for nature. Fighting for nature with tomahawks, like the axes used to chop down trees, seems counterintuitive.
The article talks about Pocahontas being a role model, an idea this image encourages. But Pocahontas was a little girl, not a princess or a warrior. This drawing is going in the wrong direction, taking a historical figure further and further from reality.
For more on Pocahontas, see Umatilla Model Portrays Pocahontas and "PocaHotAss" Party Canceled.