Thank you for your comments. It is the negative emotions that stem from the confusion of words and those same negative extensions from our own Indigenous people. We at RSM have research and found educated material that is not promoted by the colonial education and media system our people have been taught by. I welcome you to 'read' the information on our web site and also encourage you to 'fight' against the proper racist system.
I realize how easy it is to let anger and emotion gain control of our people; we have the same problems in my community of Six Nations in Ontario Canada. We are fighting for our life and our land at the moment and are forced to deal with racist faces and voices in the media and the education system. I find it hard not to be angry, but my traditional culture teaches to practice 'the good mind' - to change that which angers
us into positive change.
I hope all is well and that we all can find hope and pride in our future as a united indigenous global family. It is hard to fight against what you have been taught and believed in, just know that no matter how angry and upsetting the world or people seem: We are family and that’s what binds us together.
If you are still upset, then please feel free to write an article for submission publication. (1400 - 1600 words .doc format)
Thank you once again.
Jody Martin Mathew Hill
Tuscarora Nation - Turtle Clan
Six Nations of the Grand River
Owner and Operator - Redskin Magazine
Pictured below: a couple of typical "redskins."