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Old 01-21-2015, 03:23 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by wardancer View Post
This has been discussed here before and most of the time whatever answer is given is not the answer you expect. LOL

Anyone can dance at an inter-tribal powwow. With that said , there will always be some who object.

Now , my question to you : If your mother is native and your grand-mother is native , why do you identify yourself as white ? I am not a full-blood , but I identify as native. My grandmother always said "you are either ndn or not , there is no in between"

It seems to me if you have your tribal ID , then do what you want ! It says you're native.
This^^^^. I don't understand. If people know your family, why don't they know you, also?
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