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“EKTA ETUWA” Cousins, “No one is kicked out of the (Lumbee) tribe because of their skin tone — and that concept is hard for the BIA to accept, according to Mary Ann Jacobs, chair of the Department of American Indian Studies at UNC-Pembroke. “They don’t like the fact that we refuse to put people out who look too white or look too black…” A’Ho…

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“EKTA ETUWA” Cousin, “Some Lumbees have red hair and freckles, others have tight blond curls, and others have sleek, dark hair and mocha skin. No one is kicked out of the tribe because of their skin tone — and that concept is hard for the BIA to accept, Mary Ann Jacobs Associate Professor and Chair American Indian Studies Phone: 910-775-4262 Email: mary.jacobs@uncp.eduaccording to Mary Ann Jacobs, chair of the Department of American Indian Studies at UNC-Pembroke. “They don’t like the fact that we refuse to put people out who look too white or look too black.

If they’re our people, we keep them.” Jacobs laughed, as if the idea of doing anything else were absurd. “We refuse to give them back. Why should we separate out based on this thing, this race thing? If we have grown them and they speak Lumbee the way we speak Lumbee, and they’ve gone to Lumbee schools and Lumbee churches and we’ve fed them and nourished them, they’re Lumbee.””  


The Lumbee people, I believe are the first contact native Indigenous people that Sir Walter Raleigh met on his first voyage to this land – now known as America – who all native Indigenous people know as “Turtle Island…”  

I believe that the many different shades of the Lumbee people are a genuine representation of  the “Sacred Hoop” that all native Indigenous honor as a symbol of Mother Earth – representing endless time, the living world is in balance with no beginning and no end. Sun, Sky, Earth and Moon are round – White (North), Yellow (East), red (South), and Black (West) …  Lumbee tribe Seal

Read more: http://nativeamerican.proboards.com/thread/450/sacred-hoop-circle-life#ixzz5PU7RAVZe

As you know that “Black” is not a race designator that encompass all people of color; therefore I say that “Indian” is not a correct identifier for us all as well (Christopher Columbus was lost and thought he was in India)… 

US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is an Indian American or one could say an American Indian…    “US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has expressed pride over her Indian ancestry and said one did not need to give up being an Indian to be American.
“I am a proud daughter of Indian parents,” said Haley, who paid a visit to the Indian Embassy in the US on Wednesday and met Indian Ambassador Navtej Sarna.”  https://www.darpanmagazine.com/news/international/i-am-a-proud-daughter-of-indian-parents-nikki-haley/


It is my belief that Native Indigenous people of  Turtle Island aka America is a more accurate   depiction of our people; but any one color is certainly not…  Your thoughts???  Indigenous Peoples day...  https://www.bustle.com/p/what-to-tell-people-who-dont-think-celebrating-columbus-day-is-a-big-deal-because-it-definitely-is-2782723

I am a “dream keeper” who spends more time in the “spirit” room than most…  I received a dream or vision in early 2017 that the “Spirit of Pocahontas” shall return to deliver her people…  I believe the “white buffalo woman” that  Chief Arvol Looking Horse saw in spirit came to prepare our people for the season of restoration and redemption…  Chief Arvol Looking HorseOn the “Sacred Hoop” black refers to the WEST and  “symbolizes change from this life, the emotional part of ourselves.   Direction of the setting Sun, represents change from daylight to darkness, also the time of full maturity, ending of life…”  In my dream this speaks of the “restless soul of Pocahontas”

who for 400 years spirit has yearned to come home – which from Gravesend England is in the west…  Therefore it is time for England to send her home for a proper burial, so that her spirit will finally be at rest, and that the treasures promised to her in life (and in spirit)  and to her Indigenous people might be received…  A’Ho… 

Read more: http://nativeamerican.proboards.com/thread/450/sacred-hoop-circle-life#ixzz5PTsfQ6Bx

 

“EKTA ETUWA” Cousins, “No one is kicked out of the (Lumbee) tribe because of their skin tone — and that concept is hard for the BIA to accept, according to Mary Ann Jacobs, chair of the Department of American Indian Studies at UNC-Pembroke. “They don’t like the fact that we refuse to put people out who look too white or look too black…” A’Ho…

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