The American Indian Confederacy RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Confederated Councils of Mushet

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A region for the indigenous people of the Americas from every corner of Abya Yala, the Southern tip of what is now called Argentina to the Northernmost islands of what is now called Canada, westernmost tip of occupied Alaska to the easternmost point of contemporary Brazil

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0.0% Infection Rate, took in 4 refugees, Z-Day 2013

Embassies: First Nations, Amerikanisch Empiredom, Persian Tricycle Riders, Carnival of Souls, Antifa, California, North Dakota, New Mexico, Hippy Haven, Guatemala City, Autonomous Peoples, Green Anarchy, and Aztlan.

Tags: Eco-friendly, Featured, Casual, and Minuscule.

The American Indian Confederacy contains 2 nations.

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Today's World Census Report

The Most Cultured in The American Indian Confederacy

After spending many tedious hours in coffee shops and concert halls, World Census experts have found the following nations to be the most cultured.

As a region, The American Indian Confederacy is ranked 414th in the world for Most Cultured.

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1.The Confederated Councils of MushetCivil Rights Lovefest“(tba)”
2.The People's Republic of Tsa-la-gi NationDemocratic Socialists“As the Sun Rises, a New God is Born”

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The American Indian Confederacy Regional Message Board

Just started a thread in general titled "Victim of Discrimination?". I would be interested in our Native peoples point of view on my situation. :)

Well that's the 1st time I have let my nation lapse since 2006. At least this time I was able to save my data (everything but my flag). That will teach me to go on vacation :))

Yeah that was weird.

Hey I heard of this thing called the Cherokee Tamale, you know anything about it?

No. Never heard of it. I just read a few lines on Wiki. The only think I know of the Native peoples do on the east coast is flat breads made from corn meal, sometimes served sweet & sometimes like a taco pizza. I get to see my people this month. Going down to SC for my daughter's christening (it's important to my wife). I will be at the 1st church that was built around my ancestors' land. I believe there will be a tribal naming ceremony as well. Long drive for me, but it's nice to reconnect.

Like Frybread and Indian Tacos?

Yeah that's it, but I imagine that most Indian people cook that stuff nowadays :)

I guess Cherokee tamales are an Oklahoma thing, and that Indian Tacos at least are more Western but I can see them spreading to the east I guess, but hey it's not technically all that pan-Indian until we see Maya and Quechua adopting it large scale :p

Mushet, what do you think about the Redskins trademark under fire? My personal opinion is that any Native issue in the spotlight of the national media is a good thing, although if I had my choice the Redskin name wouldn't be what the US would be talking about as far as Indian peoples. The gradual loss of our languages & culture is far more important, but I guess we should be thankful that a Native issue is being talked about to begin with.

It's nice people are finally paying attention to that, but yeah it'd be better if people paid attention to much more going on with Indian Country

& then there were two :)

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