I am not a mascot

Simon Moya-Smith is a Lakota-Sioux and a blogger. He does a lot to bridge the gap between non indian’s understanding of modern-day American Indians, and the reality.

One thing he writes about which I found particularly relevant is how Indian-ness has become a fad. The appropriation of Indian culture has become an epidemic in the universes of fashion, Halloween, and music festivals.

He touches on everything from Columbus Day to violated treaty rights to Mascots. And, he is a beautiful, gifted, and entertaining writer:


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