Indigenous People – Are Native People Racist?

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Indigenous People – Are Native People Racist?

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by pmnationtalk on May 8, 2022121 Views

Credit: Tribal Trade Co

Why do so many Indigenous People discriminate against their fellow native brothers and sisters? You may have heard a common stereotype that Native people are racist – even toward members of their own race and culture. This “stereotype” is far too often – actually accurate as racism actually occurs a lot. Unfortunately, there are many reasons why Native people sometimes treat other Native people poorly or judge them quickly. And most of the reasons are rooted in the trauma behind the Indigenous experience and the history of Indigenous people. In order to fully engage with and learn about Indigenous culture, it’s important to learn about ALL of it – the good and the bad. That’s why Tribal Trade Co. has helped thousands of people learn about ALL aspects of Indigenous culture, teachings, and history.

And that’s why today we’re talking about the THREE most common reasons why Indigenous people are racist toward other Native people.

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