Tag Archives: Native Americans

20 November 2021

Stretching. NK Body Philosophy. Walking. Goochland
For Marsha P. Johnson – Bryce Dessner
Boy Girl Wonder – Bitch and Animal
Queer – Garbage
You Are My Sister – Antony & The Johnsons
Who Am I to Feel So Free – JD Samson & MEN
Lola – The Kinks
I Wonder What Happened To Him – Noël Coward
Rebel Rebel – David Bowie
Transgender Dysphoria Blues – Against Me!
I Am Her – Shea Diamond
Candy Says – The Velvet Underground
iT – Christine and the Queens
Warrior Heart – Shawnee
Dark Passenger – The Cliks
Wig in a Box – Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Cameron – Jillette Johnson
We’re the Cool Kids – Ryan Cassata
A Girl Called Johnny – The Waterboys
El Lado Mas Bestia de la Vida – Albert Pia
Now That the Buffalo’s Gone – Buffy Sainte-Marie
American Indian Movement Song – Blackfire
Alcatraz – Redbone
Alcatraz (Pelican Island) – Malvina Reynolds
ALie Nation – A Tribe Called Red, feat. John Trudell, Lido Pimienta, Tanya Tagaq, & Northern Voice)
Never Say Never – Romeo Void

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26 November 2020

Walking. Gym in the apartment.
Meadowlark Sunrise – Fire Crow
Sacred Praises – Brulé
The Prayer – SupaMan
Akua Tuta (Fais Attention) – Kashtin
You’re A Brave One – Joanne Shenandoah
For My People – Litefoot
Wash Your Spirit Clean – Walela
And We Can Love (World) – Mary Youngblood
Shimmer, Prayer For Cleaning the Water – Joy Harjo
Red Streaking Into The Water – R. Carlos Nakai
Brave Heart – Luis Cachiguango
Old One Wise One – Thunder Bird Sisters
Golden Feather – Robbie Robertson & The Red Road Ensemble
Edge of America – Annie Humphrey E
Our Precious Mothers – Bear Fox

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Thinking is needed


Today brought the final National Park (some day I have to figure out the different categories – National Park, National Historic Site, etc.) on this trip: Scotts Bluff National Monument.

The day started at Penny’s Diner – a restaurant near the Oak Tree Inn in Morrill, NE. It was a good place to stay and a good place to eat.

From there, we journeyed to the Riverside Zoo in Scottsbluff. And then on to the monument.

As are many of the parks, it is an interesting place with much to ponder. The bluffs served as a landmark on trails west. From the European point of view those trails were about emigration and expansion. From the point of view of the Native Americans those trails were about invasion. A great deal to sort through when one thinks about it. And a great deal of thinking is needed.

Travel continued to Denver. Tickets have been purchased for the Colorado Rockies game tomorrow. A visit to the Denver Aquarium is also in order.

11,602 steps.

See you along the Trail.

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