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Old 02-01-2004, 11:57 AM   #59
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Originally posted by Powwowhoney4life
I myself came from a family that was mixed tribes and mixed with white. I am 5/8 ndn and have married a man who is full blood with two tribes. We have a child who is over 3/4 ndn and I have been trying to teach here that she needs to marry an ndn guy. My thoughts are the same as most of the people in here- if we don't marry other natives our ndn blood will disappear. I don't want my grand kids and great grand kids to have so little ndn blood in them that they are considered white. I am very proud to be ndn and I am teaching my children how important it is to keep our indian blood going.
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