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  • Thank you so very much for this excellent lecture, on such a critically important topic. You have astounded me by the extent to which in a few minutes you have already broadened and enriched my perspectives. Thank you so very much this is just wonderful. Thank you thank you thank you!

  • chi meegwich for some very valid information about native american ojibwe culture. the time has come for humans to live in harmony with the earth and with each other. you are leader to bring us onto this path.

  • he is so handsome man and intelligent… my type… Natives are so beautiful people… but unfortunately i can’t meet even one… i live in NYC.. there is no Natives Americans here

  • American education is basically “killing” all of us on a soul level, not just Native Americans. They just have it figured out. We need to wake up.

  • I hate it when you are a non white in America, education is viewed as one trying to be white. Both minorities and whites do this to people. They call you an apple, banana, or an oreo as if you’re trying to distant yourself from your people/peoples culture and language/languages. Bullcrap! Nothing could be further from the truth.Many of these so called “sellouts” often return to help their ethnic groups. I like Anton Treuer’ exploration of the  American educational system and how it affected/affected Natives and other non whites in this country.

  • ummm..anishinaabe does not mean human beings. love this guy…very educated, we need that possibly, but for being supposedly fluent…doesnt know simple things. Made from nothing, or lowered down from the stars is more like it bud. anishinaabe is relating to a man. anishinaabek, or anishinaabeg is the whole nation, not all natives. but like i said..this guy is pretty cool. miigwech 

  • Why is there so much Plains dancing & attire now worn by Ojibwe at Pow Wow & clothing? It isn’t our traditional attire so I question the dancing as well as I have Lakota, Cheyenne, Choctaw & Cherokee friends…?

  • Thank for this uploaded clip Oskar G. Herrera
    I have shared this on HostEric’s channel Talking with Famous People.
    Eat more Cheese! and hello, HostEric’s village of people

  • the original human culture, San Bushmen, that we are all from, also have the first hunter trained to not eat his first kill nor to eat first nor to control the meat. So he has to share it first.

  • I am only 25 minute into this and this man is incredible.  I have never heard someone speak about racial issues like this.  Why is this man not in Washington?  Why is he not the Secretary of Education?

  • And one more thing If you are native the only thing I can say is you are lost and out of touch with your blood line and your heritage and your self………

  • However…ecellent messages I only wish most children..their parents would learn. The animal hunting…I was brought up the same way. You only take what you need and you take care of your communities.

  • Anishin-abe! = A good breeder of strong spiritual children.(future)

     😉
    Anishin = Good
    nabe = Male being
    Ab = (nind) I am
    Abamaawa = I unite
    Ya-be(y) = breeder
    Bema-disid-jig = People 
    Anishnabe miishkikii (skamod) Makok = Native tool box..lol

  • If only hope the boys n girls go back to their communities to teach and incorporate the world so we dont loose this vital link. I have a magnetic on my fridge that reads” how children learn things, depends on what we teach them”. Amen to that. Im looking forward to seeing growth in all areas for tribal nations…a much more sharing of the profits to one another and of ut most…a continual sharing and maintaining of communities. I live near where you live and im glad you’ve come home.

  • https://www.google.com/search?q=untold+history+of+the+united+states&oq=unt&aqs=chrome.4.69i57j69i65l3j0l2.10294j0j4&client=ms-android-verizon&sourceid=chrome-mobile&espv=1&ie=UTF-8

  • Thank you for sharing about the Beautiful People of this World Change is Good,but it’s a Hard thing,but I Believe it can Happen God Bless Love and Peace to All No Matter Where Your From

  • Only 16% Native and adopted found my biological and half sisters and learned I was Ottowa Objibwe from Canada of my fathers side 2 grandparents generation before him my grandparent was full blooded. I was so happy to find out who I was in terms of my cultural identity and bringing some forclosure to who I am after being adopted I warned a chance to belong and have an identity I could identify and be proud of. Also my other Native is Navajo on my mothers side in Jalisco Mexico. I never felt I belong anywhere. But with connections and 23&Me I found my heritage. The sad reality, because I was not as I was told a “certain blood quantum, I would never be accepted, never be acknowledged nor given the ability to learn more hands on, pow wow or anything because I was as they said tainted blood and not even 50% I was sadden and broken hearted once again felt like I had nowhere to belong and was not accepted by the heritage I belonged to. I want to meet tribal elders and go to activities and what not, to learn of my hertiage, not be shunned for the tainted blood I have no control over after being adopted. I want to explore my heritage as best as I can but a community that won’t acknowledge their own because of quantum blood and it not being a certain % destroys the ability to keep that cultural heritage alive. I live in U.S Michigan and just want to know about my cultural identity.
    If the Native Indigenous community would acknowledge and accept people with a lower % quantum in terms of learning and educating them when they want to learn, protect the cultural identity and language yet they are against this why?

  • My father is from the sault. He is full blooded. My mother? Polish. My fathers family migrated to Toledo Ohio looking to work the boats. Like at the Sault. There were no Indians in toledo Ohio. They moved where it was cheap. A then,Polish neighborhood. And consequently, all my cousins from my fathers 3 sisters are polish indians too! LOL! As you see from my photo. Most people guess me as Italian. I have olive skin. But enough of a white wash to pass as white or European.  We had little to no exposure to our /na heritage. But strangely enough. Genes are mysterious and powerful things. At a very young age I was drawing symbols that freaked my mom out. My only sister and I had other behaviors and gifts that later we learned had direct links to of heritage. I taught myself wild medicine, and lived off the land for over a decade. I have protested for many NA issues. And walked more of a red path than many of full blood quantum. But again and again where has the most rejection and hatred come from? My Native american people. Even approaching Tribal council at the Sault Ste Marie. With an incredible art project I am working on. I wanted no money. Just their recognition. They strung me along, lied to me. and had the manners of pigs. I just have never found any love in the Indian community. But plenty of Hypocrisy, ignorance, and inactivity. The last words that I wrote our tribal council President, Aaron Payment was this. 
    When I was in Japan in the 1990’sthe Japanese thought that native americans were almost mythical. They asked me things likeIs it true that indians never lie? I gave a hearty laugh and said. No my friendsThey are just simple humans like you and I.  

  • Thanks, this lecture, as well as Anton’s books/site, are a great resource for educators trying to shift the current colonized elements of our education system, to a healthier conversation around our true history and culture.
    -Non-tribal Educator

  • Margaret Treuer

    The rest of this feather story is that if you are a leader you will take your family and “whole nations” with you, as you fall from the “cliff” on the “side road” of that feather, and the “cliff” is “very close”… Dr. Anton Treuer and Dr. Erma J. Vizenor are leading the North American Indian Tribes to extinction with their educations and sophistication and their admiring the Casino “Indian Pit Bosses” (“White Mans Puppets” ) and sophistication, reducing quantum’s for the white man’s labor force to run these Casino’s. — “Whiter and whiter” instead of “darker and darker”. For more and more sophistication, like “Caesars Palace in Las Vegas”. English and Italian and European instead of Native American, for more and more and bigger and bigger and more and more profit, again and again. White mans selfish greed. Please help us stop them before it’s too late. Even Russell Means thought the Casino’s were a good and natural thing for The American Indian.

    He did not know.

    Pow Wow will become whiter and whiter until all of the indians look like you and me.

    Casino’s are deadly poisons.

    The worst thing that ever happened to the American Indian.

    Extinction.

    Reducing Quantums = Assimilation 

    Never to be returned. 

    Thank You
    Tom Bunnell

  • Thank you Anton. I am always on the look out for Indian information. I’ve had an deep interest in American’s ever since I was a very little girl. I did not understand culture, traditions but my connection was through the understanding of the Indian respect for all of life….I guess I could just say that the crows of sky gave me a message about life and that as I grew the American Indian values greatly connected to that message give by crows.

  • He doesn’t say but he is being disingenuous…….. if he doesn’t admit that he is a ”opttah-chimoohkman.”..a mixed blood, and I see in him…. a preponderance of white blood. His message is reasonable though. we have to realize the culture is dead. know it accept that. the culture of 500 or so groups has deceased. the cluttering we have today at pow wows is incomplete, incapable of sharing anything but entertainment for white attendees. Most people with indian blood licve apart from the eservation. my ‘rez’ has but a few dozen of 4500 or so living there.. We are out there with whites.chicago, los angeles, Houston!! we are for the most part mixed. there are no full bloods…just fractional Indians. I am much envious of his credentials…I have only a M.D. in my family. Education is key for Indians… with my dad getting in early 1900’s a third grade. His son (me) has B.A. and we hope for more.

  • what’s funny is, the so called native won’t accept the truth about the original olmec-Xi (Mexico) who had afros and black skin and who were the original Mayans and Incas but you accept Indians with European blood more so than the original with black skin…. the Mayans and Olmecs never left…. we were enslaved in this country and did not come from Africa though some came from Africa but most slaves were made to forget their language in America not Africa because they took the land from aboriginals with black skin…. my families names are on the daws roles and we don’t deny the more European nor Spanish looking native but Black’s are denied…. when archivist dig up bones they find Blacks with the similar language of ancient Africans…. black Americans need help and we need to work with the native American to help take back our country… the native and the black native

  • He is not even smart enough to know that wee Native People are not from India. All m y ancestors wr from this continent not from INDIA!!!!

  • The BQ is BS. It is the governments way to systematically eliminate Native Americans from existence. For the Colorado Southern Ute and I expect all tribes, even if the tribe votes to lower the blood quantum the government must approve it. Blacks do not have blood quantum requirements. It must go! You would make a fantastic leader with innovative and balanced ideas. Many thanks.

  • The only crock of poop is obviously your knowledge and your expertise on this issue.  Without being a registered Indian and knowing the Indian way and the red road you would have no clue to any of this subject that your speaking about and quite honestly you sound like a complete idiot. That’s really all I have to say you are a big waste of every ones time and especially you tube space

  • Thank you for sharing this. Very well spoken. I hope he will pave way for the future. My mother had European heritage and my father had Native American heritage (Ojibwe). They came from the Sault Saint Marie which is a band in the Ojibwe tribe. I knew I had Native American heritage but I was raised in the white world. It can be very hard to satisfy both worlds or when neither one excepts you.

  • What’s with Woody Allen and Armenians? In another of his movies, Love and Death, there is mention of a man who was so drepressed that he tried to commit suicide by inhaling next to an Armenian.

  • Here is a video I produced for GoodHealthTV about some of the work being done to revitalize the Lakota language.

    https://youtu.be/52jReWuyvv8

  • Alcohol is the highest form of sugar. — Alcohol along with refined sugar, wheat, milk, caffeine and tobacco and the rest of the selectively bred plant life, including fruit and grain and most vegetables, legumes, nuts, honey, rice, potatoes and corn are all man made stimulant drugs.

    Powerful stimulant drugs like cocaine and amphetamine.

    Hundreds of times more sugar and stimulant than nature ever provided or intended.

    In these quantities and concentrations causing adrenaline and dopamine and other hormonal responses and effects to the human body chemistry and nervous system.

    Profoundly and dramatically effecting our emotions and minds and senses and feelings and thought processes, our sexuality, aggression, the way we see and think and feel.

    Our instincts exaggerated a thousand times over.

    The root seed creating massive waring cultures and societies and civilizations and sophistication and education.

    The root of all learning and education and science and medicine.

    This, completely unknown until right now, right here, with this letter.

    My message to you.  Thank you, Tom Bunnell

  • LMAO! Awesome scene. I love Gene Wilder, he’s such a great actor. I love his reaction when he hears the guy is in love with a sheep. So awkward, lol! XD Thanks for putting this up.:)

  • Very well done and I learned a lot, but this video isn’t my only source of education about people (both native and imported).  I see the poverty on reservations and it is as difficult to see as is the poverty is southern blacks, midwestern whites, and single mothers everywhere.  I see the old and crippled rolling into the Native American casinos to be cheated out of their money the same way the Native Americans were cheated out of their wealth (land).  Native Americans no longer hold the moral high ground as they once did and are no better, or worse, than anyone else.  The lust for power and money exist for all races and all races use their particular advantages to gain wealth and power over others, just like the tribes of America did to each other before the arrival of the whites.  The world is a tough place and those seeking power and profit on the pain and suffering of  others are part of the problem, regardless of race.

  • Although perhaps well intentioned, the following is really irresponsible advice that is being given out in this video:

    1. Talk to as many guys as possible

    This idea of ‘playing the field’ and ‘seeing what’s out there’ is layered with many problems.

    To try and use the justification of ‘In Islam we can see many suitors at once’ is incorrect because you are conflating 2 completely different principles. This was in reference to serious marital proposals that the sahaabah made and received, not chit chatting to guys on dating apps in seclusion. It’s completely the wrong way to go about encouraging people’s behaviour. It may be ‘happening’ but that doesn’t mean you should encourage it.

    Identify a person you think may be suitable, and involve your father from the start: you will cut out the trash talkers and non serious people. This very grey area of ‘getting to know someone before marriage’ is really the dangerous field which is being introduced into the Muslim marriage scene.

    If it was legislated in Islam chit chatting with many guys alone before marriage you would have seen it in in the Islamic sources. The fact it isn’t shows that in reality the harms outweigh the (perceived) benefits.

    To any Muslim reading this: I implore you, always involve your father/mahram in any conversation with a man, and speak to 1 person seriously about marriage at a time. Ignore the advice in this video which is to the contrary.

    Remember: just because it’s ‘happening’ doesn’t mean we should encourage it.

  • You placed the nail right on the head! Amazing presentation. Trust may always be an issue. I have 3 indigenous lines that I know of. I did not grow up on a reservation I haven’t had the chance to visit any of them. Life for me was very different than these children. I get it. Something always felt very wrong, I really didn’t understand these feelings as a child but as I came into adulthood. Things finally made sense as why those feelings existed. Thank you for doing this, for the families and the children. Many blessings wished your way.

  • Every time a native such as yourself says others should not stereotype about mythologic things often said about natives, I take it into great consideration. But then you share the ways of the culture (ceromonies and there purpose, personal responsibility, combating the selfish self with consistant offerings, devotion to the souls of the youth, etc), You make it impossible to not admire and take on some of the greatness of your culture. These really are very ascended ways of being.

  • One of the best scenes in cinema, way before we all started hating Woody Allen for marrying his step daughter and a host of other missives

  • RRRRrrrrrrr this girl yeah, what you are about..?
    you see only your chances, talking and action make differences before accepting a marriage.
    this futuristic and moderns generation is a waist, without technologies there’s no success in any kind of relationships…
    a relationship that comes from an app will end on another apps, this is how a see the world turning on itself…
    my khala’s always right, marry the one who wanna marry you, don’t marry the one who you want to marry…
    Thanna you changed a lot, you are a complete sexy mummy now, wishes you a very hopeful search…