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View theripple's Instagram Your body is fascinating and a work of art. Embrace it, cherish, there is no other body like yours  -Diane
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Your body is fascinating and a work of art. Embrace it, cherish, there is no other body like yours -Diane • [Image Description: a tweet that reads "women amaze me ur bodies r so intelligent like how do people find periods gross did you do GCSE biology that shit is FASCINATING. Women's bodies literally tear themselves apart and rebuild themselves monthly, u can't even recover from losing a fifa match Kevin so sit down"] • #theripple

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View pwchic's Instagram The best part of O-town is friends! #indigenouswomen #makingit 1653400875861135468_23092108

The best part of O-town is friends! #indigenouswomen #makingit

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View womenshistory's Instagram #DidYouKnow Annie Dodge Wauneka was the first Native American to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Born in 1910 on the Navajo reservation near present-day Sawmill, Arizona, Wauneka often helped her father tend to his sheep. When she was eight there was an influenza outbreak at Wauneka's school. She quickly learned nursing skills and discovered a love of helping others. Also from a young age Wauneka attended Navajo Tribal Council meetings with her father. While it was not common for women to participate, Wauneka often spoke. In 1951, Wauneka became the second woman elected to the council. When there was a tuberculosis outbreak in 1953, Wauneka was picked to lead the health committee on addressing the issue. Wauneka not only addressed it but also created major campaigns against influenza, bad sanitary conditions, alcoholism, and peyote use. Also during the 1950s Wauneka earned a BS from the University of Arizona @uarizona in public health. She even hosted a biweekly radio show in Navajo to promote modern health practices. In 1963, Wauneka was honored by President Lyndon B. Johnson with the Presidential Medal of Freedom for all of her work to improve the life of others. (Photo Credit: Utah State Office of Education) #womenshistory #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth #anniedodgewauneka #Sheisthefirst #nativeamerican #presidentalmedaloffreedom #Navajo #Sawmill #arizona #wauneka #TribalCouncil #NAHM #nahm17 #indigenouswomen #womensrights #STEM 1653325429049019190_1442490079

#didyouknowAnnie Dodge Wauneka was the first Native American to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Born in 1910 on the Navajo reservation near present-day Sawmill, Arizona, Wauneka often helped her father tend to his sheep. When she was eight there was an influenza outbreak at Wauneka's school. She quickly learned nursing skills and discovered a love of helping others. Also from a young age Wauneka attended Navajo Tribal Council meetings with her father. While it was not common for women to participate, Wauneka often spoke. In 1951, Wauneka became the second woman elected to the council. When there was a tuberculosis outbreak in 1953, Wauneka was picked to lead the health committee on addressing the issue. Wauneka not only addressed it but also created major campaigns against influenza, bad sanitary conditions, alcoholism, and peyote use. Also during the 1950s Wauneka earned a BS from the University of Arizona @uarizona in public health. She even hosted a biweekly radio show in Navajo to promote modern health practices. In 1963, Wauneka was honored by President Lyndon B. Johnson with the Presidential Medal of Freedom for all of her work to improve the life of others. (Photo Credit: Utah State Office of Education) #womenshistory #nativeamericanheritagemonth #anniedodgewauneka #sheisthefirst #nativeamerican #presidentalmedaloffreedom #navajo #sawmill #arizona #wauneka #tribalcouncil #nahm #nahm17 #indigenouswomen #womensrights #stem

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View theripple's Instagram Toxic relationships are real, they exist, and it's important to notice them and cut ties with those negatively affecting you. It's okay to say no. -Diane
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Toxic relationships are real, they exist, and it's important to notice them and cut ties with those negatively affecting you. It's okay to say no. -Diane • RP @recipesforselflove • [Image Description: a drawing of a person with text that reads "don't be afraid to let go of relationships that are no longer healthy"] • #theripple

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View sheholdstheskydesigns's Instagram So I tried something different today and i really like how it turned out ! I like that it’s not perfect and is a bit weather. This piece is available for purchase! It is REAL LEATHER and Has REAL SILVER and TURQUOISE accent. $65 
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#contest #indigenous #indigenouspride #nativeamerican #firstnations #mohawkmade #Kahnawake #homemade #nativepride #supportlocal #nativedesigns #haudenasaunee #aboriginal #handmade #shoplocal #nativewomen #reclaimyourpower #nativeart #fashionblogger #inspiredindigenous #inspirednatives #nativefashion #indigenouswomen #indigenousfashion #handmade #childrensclothing #indigenouspeoplesday #fashiondaily #womensfashion #ribbonshirtblous 1653306841872751060_5952855369

So I tried something different today and i really like how it turned out ! I like that it’s not perfect and is a bit weather. This piece is available for purchase! It is REAL LEATHER and Has REAL SILVER and TURQUOISE accent. $65 :can ship to CAD and USA :etransfer/PayPal /western union and moneygram accepted * * * #contest #indigenous #indigenouspride #nativeamerican #firstnations #mohawkmade #kahnawake #homemade #nativepride #supportlocal #nativedesigns #haudenasaunee #aboriginal #handmade #shoplocal #nativewomen #reclaimyourpower #nativeart #fashionblogger #inspiredindigenous #inspirednatives #nativefashion #indigenouswomen #indigenousfashion #handmade #childrensclothing #indigenouspeoplesday #fashiondaily #womensfashion #ribbonshirtblous

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View janinepeigan's Instagram ✊ #sisters #indigenouswomen 1653276908762154299_5707174133

#sisters #indigenouswomen

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View jocelyn73c's Instagram 'Tis the season...for reading #NativeAmerican and #IndigenousWomen!! Check out my latest #ReadersAdvisory post (link in bio) and buy some of these incredible books by #NativeWomenAuthors 
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'Tis the season...for reading #nativeamericanand #IndigenousWomen!! Check out my latest #readersadvisorypost (link in bio) and buy some of these incredible books by #nativewomenauthors . . . #nativewomen #nativeamericanheritage #ownvoices #happythanksgiving

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View doulatrainingsint's Instagram #Repost @julianabrowneyesofficial
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In honor of #nativeamericanheritagemonth I am highlighting Badass, Strong, Intelligent Indigenous women,  relentlessly working to create change and visibility for Women of Culture everywhere! This project is called the #RezaissanceWomanSeries #nativewomensupportingnativewomen #wearestrongertogether #indigenous #indigenouswomen

Day 20: Behold... @zintkalamahpiyawin Zintkala Mahpiya Win is Ihanktonwan, Sicangu Dakota/Lakota. A mother, fierce advocate for Indigenous Womxns issues, ending violence against womxn. Most recently she gave birth to her daughter Unassisted, Mni Wiconi Sihasapawin in camp during the height of the fight againts DAPL. Her birth was a claiming of her Sovereign Indigenous Body, autonomy, a resistance to the continued and intentional Erasure of Dakota/Lakota Womxn and all Indigenous womxn. An act of resistance to the ongoing rape of Unci Maka, a act of resistance to the Medical Industrial Complex. All 6 of her children have been born at home. 1653242575571976598_330453386

#repost@julianabrowneyesofficial ・・・ In honor of #nativeamericanheritagemonthI am highlighting Badass, Strong, Intelligent Indigenous women, relentlessly working to create change and visibility for Women of Culture everywhere! This project is called the #rezaissancewomanseries #nativewomensupportingnativewomen #wearestrongertogether #indigenous #indigenouswomen Day 20: Behold... @zintkalamahpiyawin Zintkala Mahpiya Win is Ihanktonwan, Sicangu Dakota/Lakota. A mother, fierce advocate for Indigenous Womxns issues, ending violence against womxn. Most recently she gave birth to her daughter Unassisted, Mni Wiconi Sihasapawin in camp during the height of the fight againts DAPL. Her birth was a claiming of her Sovereign Indigenous Body, autonomy, a resistance to the continued and intentional Erasure of Dakota/Lakota Womxn and all Indigenous womxn. An act of resistance to the ongoing rape of Unci Maka, a act of resistance to the Medical Industrial Complex. All 6 of her children have been born at home.

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View theripple's Instagram Trauma is trauma. You do not have to justify your trauma to anyone. Because it is real, and it is valid, and you deserve support and you deserve to heal. - Diane
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Trauma is trauma. You do not have to justify your trauma to anyone. Because it is real, and it is valid, and you deserve support and you deserve to heal. - Diane • [Image Description: a tweet that reads "someone who drowns in 7 feet of water is just as dead as someone who drowns in 20 feet of water. Stop comparing traumas, stop belittling your or anyone elses trauma because it wasn't "as bad" as someone else's. This isn't a competition, we all deserve support and recovery"] • #theripple

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View steviemfc's Instagram El arte existe en todas partes ✊

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#Repost from @tree3juice -  Remembering where we stood last year this season.. memories of love, hope, purpose, and connection to our people n those who stood with us 
Memories of the tear gas, rubber bullets, and freezing cold water..And the scare tactics that the heart of the people endured with the steps we take today
Standing Rock, we thank you for bringing us together in resilience and strength .
OUR PEOPLE ARE HEALING
#standingrockMemories #stillStanding #standingrockmedicine #mniwiconi #Oceti #neverforget #relations #indigenous #indigenouswomen #ancesteralsolidarity #nodapl #noLng #savethesalmon #payaforthepeople - #rp 1653229467961555751_1700128880

El arte existe en todas partes ✊ #repost@bellamarle420 ・・・ #repostfrom @tree3juice - Remembering where we stood last year this season.. memories of love, hope, purpose, and connection to our people n those who stood with us Memories of the tear gas, rubber bullets, and freezing cold water..And the scare tactics that the heart of the people endured with the steps we take today Standing Rock, we thank you for bringing us together in resilience and strength . OUR PEOPLE ARE HEALING #standingrockmemories #stillstanding #standingrockmedicine #mniwiconi #oceti #neverforget #relations #indigenous #indigenouswomen #ancesteralsolidarity #nodapl #nolng #savethesalmon #payaforthepeople- #rp

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View bellamarle420's Instagram  @nickiminaj @realnativesonly #Repost from @tree3juice -  Remembering where we stood last year this season.. memories of love, hope, purpose, and connection to our people n those who stood with us 
Memories of the tear gas, rubber bullets, and freezing cold water..And the scare tactics that the heart of the people endured with the steps we take today
Standing Rock, we thank you for bringing us together in resilience and strength .
OUR PEOPLE ARE HEALING
#standingrockMemories #stillStanding #standingrockmedicine #mniwiconi #Oceti #neverforget #relations #indigenous #indigenouswomen #ancesteralsolidarity #nodapl #noLng #savethesalmon #payaforthepeople - #rp 1653211589891045313_1466934925

@nickiminaj @realnativesonly #repostfrom @tree3juice - Remembering where we stood last year this season.. memories of love, hope, purpose, and connection to our people n those who stood with us Memories of the tear gas, rubber bullets, and freezing cold water..And the scare tactics that the heart of the people endured with the steps we take today Standing Rock, we thank you for bringing us together in resilience and strength . OUR PEOPLE ARE HEALING #standingrockmemories #stillstanding #standingrockmedicine #mniwiconi #oceti #neverforget #relations #indigenous #indigenouswomen #ancesteralsolidarity #nodapl #nolng #savethesalmon #payaforthepeople- #rp

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View bellamarle420's Instagram It's insane how her "fans" act like Google doesn't exist & defend her like she was just hatched yesterday #strangerthings #repost  @sxchingona  @realnativesonly @mtv @mtvuk  #indigenouswomen @nickiminaj 1653186357545278412_1466934925

It's insane how her "fans" act like Google doesn't exist & defend her like she was just hatched yesterday #strangerthings #repost @sxchingona @realnativesonly @mtv @mtvuk #indigenouswomen @nickiminaj

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View julianabrowneyesofficial's Instagram In honor of #nativeamericanheritagemonth I am highlighting Badass, Strong, Intelligent Indigenous women,  relentlessly working to create change and visibility for Women of Culture everywhere! This project is called the #RezaissanceWomanSeries #nativewomensupportingnativewomen #wearestrongertogether #indigenous #indigenouswomen

Day 21: Behold...@ericaprettyeagle Erica Pretty Eagle Moore Osage, Otoe Missouria, Pawnee, and Sac & Fox tribes and is from Oklahoma. She is a college student, working towards a BFA in Graphic Design with a minor in Art and she has obtained a AAS degree in Multimedia Animation & Design. She is also a model, photographer, artist, and loves to dance at powwows all over the country. She recently traveled to Paris, France to teach schools about her cultural ways. She strives to be a positive role model in life, “aspire to inspire”. 1653154594299101405_557095466

In honor of #nativeamericanheritagemonthI am highlighting Badass, Strong, Intelligent Indigenous women, relentlessly working to create change and visibility for Women of Culture everywhere! This project is called the #rezaissancewomanseries #nativewomensupportingnativewomen #wearestrongertogether #indigenous #indigenouswomen Day 21: Behold...@ericaprettyeagle Erica Pretty Eagle Moore Osage, Otoe Missouria, Pawnee, and Sac & Fox tribes and is from Oklahoma. She is a college student, working towards a BFA in Graphic Design with a minor in Art and she has obtained a AAS degree in Multimedia Animation & Design. She is also a model, photographer, artist, and loves to dance at powwows all over the country. She recently traveled to Paris, France to teach schools about her cultural ways. She strives to be a positive role model in life, “aspire to inspire”.

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View skylightpix's Instagram This is what Life in Resistance looks like: this Thanksgiving, we encourage you to share the stories of indigenous peoples who continue to fight for their rights to life, clean air, clean water, and land. ✊ This time last year Water Protectors in Standing Rock, North Dakota, battled tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannons in subfreezing temperatures. We are all downstream.
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#WeStandUpwithStandingRock #NoDAPL #NoKXL #Resist #WaterProtectors #StandingRock #NAHM #thanksgiving #nativeamericanheritagemonth 
#waterislife #activism #indigenouswomen #indigenousresistance #landrights #NoKeystone #BanFracking 
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This is what Life in Resistance looks like: this Thanksgiving, we encourage you to share the stories of indigenous peoples who continue to fight for their rights to life, clean air, clean water, and land. ✊ This time last year Water Protectors in Standing Rock, North Dakota, battled tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannons in subfreezing temperatures. We are all downstream. . . . . . #westandupwithstandingrock #nodapl #nokxl #resist #waterprotectors #standingrock #nahm #thanksgiving #nativeamericanheritagemonth #waterislife #activism #indigenouswomen #indigenousresistance #landrights #nokeystone #banfracking #resistancesaga #vivalaresistencia #lifeinresistance

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View julianabrowneyesofficial's Instagram In honor of #nativeamericanheritagemonth I am highlighting Badass, Strong, Intelligent Indigenous women,  relentlessly working to create change and visibility for Women of Culture everywhere! This project is called the #RezaissanceWomanSeries #nativewomensupportingnativewomen #wearestrongertogether #indigenous #indigenouswomen

Day 21: Behold...@red_berry_woman Norma Baker-Flying Horse, Native name, Red Berry Woman, an enrolled member of the Hidatsa tribe of the Three Affiliated Tribes and a member of the Dakota Sioux and Assiniboine tribes.  Norma is a Native American Fashion designer taking contemporary fashion and incorporating Native American Designs and styling.  Her design work known as Red Berry Woman, is found worn by several Native American artist, activist, dancers, and entertainers throughout Indian Country.
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In honor of #nativeamericanheritagemonthI am highlighting Badass, Strong, Intelligent Indigenous women, relentlessly working to create change and visibility for Women of Culture everywhere! This project is called the #rezaissancewomanseries #nativewomensupportingnativewomen #wearestrongertogether #indigenous #indigenouswomen Day 21: Behold...@red_berry_woman Norma Baker-Flying Horse, Native name, Red Berry Woman, an enrolled member of the Hidatsa tribe of the Three Affiliated Tribes and a member of the Dakota Sioux and Assiniboine tribes. Norma is a Native American Fashion designer taking contemporary fashion and incorporating Native American Designs and styling. Her design work known as Red Berry Woman, is found worn by several Native American artist, activist, dancers, and entertainers throughout Indian Country. Website:

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View ethsenetalma's Instagram Happiest Birthday to my baby sis @delrae_marina ❤️I love you LILO hobbit  #happybirthday #minime #hobbitsis #totsohnii  #indigenouswomen #tobaccowomen 1653043827076225679_255939346

Happiest Birthday to my baby sis @delrae_marina ❤️I love you LILO hobbit #happybirthday #minime #hobbitsis #totsohnii #indigenouswomen #tobaccowomen

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View madrespeaks's Instagram Snapshots from last week's Indigenous Women's Day of Action at the UN Climate Conference. MADRE partners from Kenya brought their expertise to climate negotiations. 1653022013836445336_1155908986

Snapshots from last week's Indigenous Women's Day of Action at the UN Climate Conference. MADRE partners from Kenya brought their expertise to climate negotiations.

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