Dominique Daye Hunter I have this theory that every hippie Indian mom who rocked out in the 70’s favorite song was “Dreams”. Okay well most of the ones I know anyway, including my mom. I cruised down the freeway in 112-degree heat. It was a hot ass day in Phoenix, Arizona. My car’s AC had … More Dreams
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To Belong All them damn lies spoon fed with white sugar and red devil ham. Rolled into peanut butter and jelly tortillas packaged in rice bags. No one will notice I don’t belong here. Feathered haircut done at home and grandma took me shopping and tried to make a model of me. No one … More To Belong
Dominique Daye Hunter One in three Native American womxn* will be raped in their lifetime.1 This is nearly twice the rate of reported rapes by all other races annually.2 Three fourths of Native womxn have experienced some type of sexual assault including rape, sexual harassment, incest, child sexual assault, sex trafficking, sex exploitation, unwanted sexual … More What is the Tribal Law and Order Act? And Why Does it Matter?
Sexual Assault is NOT Our Tradition
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, iWISER presents its first PSA: Sexual Assault Is NOT Our Tradition.