Via our friends at the Indigenous Cultures Institute: The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) databases list more than 7 million Culturally Unidentifiable Inventoried (CUI) Native American remains
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While the dismissal of Columbus is a great step forward for the City of San Antonio, there are still critical problems with regard to its treatment of its native peoples, also commonly referred to as “Mexican Americans” or “Mexicans.”
“Indigenous unity across the Americas are really important because we need to save the planet from further environmental destruction. Time is running out. Indigenous people have knowledge which can help when delivered in unity.”
Xica Nation recently had the pleasure of speaking to Mayda Garcia (Texas/California) of the Society of Native Nations who is involved in a crisis in San Antonio, Texas where deaf students are being dehumanized and having their civil and federally-protected rights being assaulted by Braun Station Elementary and the Northside Independent School District.