I was going to do a post on how all our creations are technology (and even we are in a sense technology), and how that applies to definitions of afrofuturism, but I will probably do later. First, I will like to reblog a post I read on tumblr from Moniquilliloquies about Indigenous American cultures and […]
Read More The My-Stery: Musing About Native Steampunk
On this Thanksgiving day, while we spend time together with family and friends, eat and be thankful for everything, I still want everyone to be knowledgeable of the myth of the origin of the holiday: For more information, check out Susan Bates’ website, Oyate post, Lies My Teacher Told Me book website, NPR story and countless […]
Read More I Am Thankful for Having Empathy…
Tiya Miles is a 2011 MacArthur Fellow, which gives $500,000 grant to individuals who have shown exceptional creativity in their work and the promise to do more. Currently, Miles is a professor of history, African and African-American studies and Native American studies in Michigan. She is researching the history of the interactions between Native American […]
Read More Modern Griots: What is a “Public Historian?”
Here are some satirical, political cartoons because one way to get history through people’s heads, or at least make them think, is through art and a little bit of dark humor:
Read More CARTOONS!!!!