Author Archives: Vince Two Eagles

Why Can’t They Move on?

Vince Two Eagles give his perspective on Native American history and why Indian people may not have moved on.

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What is an Indian? Blood Quantum

Being an Indian can be defined by the amount of Indian blood one has in their background. It varies among tribes and for the federal government it is one-fourth Indian blood qualifies them as an Indian.

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What is an Indian? A Legal Definition, Part 2

A continuation of the definitions of an Indian.

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What is an Indian? A Legal Definition, Part 1

Vince attempts to define the term Indian although it is different depending on who you ask.

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What is an Indian? Each Tribe is Different

Native Americans are not all from the same tribe but have different languanges, forms of government and origins.

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What Is An Indian? “Racism”

The definitions of racism and how it affect the Native people of the United States.

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What Is An Indian? Stereotypes

This blog addresses stereotypes: what are they (definition), some typical stereotypes about Native people, the damage stereotyping causes and some ideas about how to refrain from stereotyping with an eye toward building better relationships.

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What Is An Indian? Self-Identity as an Indigenous Person

Vince Two Eagles explores self-identity of an indigenous person and what it means to be “Indian.”

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