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Portland - You Don't Know Me

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Published on Jun 12, 2011

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Bailey Blue
white lady shouldnt be wearing a war bonnet but the song is sick
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Marion Pejon
Hello everyone! I am the singer of You don't know me, actually i'm looking for some inspiration and collaboration soooo feel free to send me demos and stuff <3
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ugggh okay
white people are like "this picture isn't offensive" but of course it isn't offensive to you when it's not targeting you lmao smh
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SilentCoyote
@EverySocialJusticeWarriorOnSocialMedia(That is all you youtube commenters), You're all cultural bandits and the culture you profess to be protecting is just as disingenuous as your own. Numerous native cultures lay claim to things that were never originally present in their own, the War Bonnet present in the photograph is indicative of Plains Nations such as the Comanche and Shoshone. So unless you're part of those Ethnic backgrounds laying claim to it is as sacrilegious as claiming Japanese as your own if you're in fact an Irishman (That goes out to all of you otaku wads out there). All of human interaction is a fusion of connecting, all cultures encounter new ones and subvert, co-exist, or assimilate them into their own and share and spread ideas, artwork and philosophies. This is how we grow as people and a culture, the divides you put up by marking things as taboo is the same kind of intolerance to cultural adjustment that lead to subjugation in the first place... (As a historian who has spent quite some time on studying the effects of colonization on different cultural groups and their resistance methods or assimilation you tend to not jump too often at 'injustices' of the world. Also the fact that Native American Cultures absorb each others ideas and morph them into new weirder versions like wild fire... see Green Corn Ceremony, Ghost Dance, and other things that spread through completely different cultural groups because they try to identify to something outside of their own culture to try and make a stand against European encroachment or colonization.)
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Aggrias Oaks
This picture though... #Annoyed
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Dem Crumblies
Appropriation of culture, there is a term for everything now. How about being happy that your culture has elements that are beautiful to the rest of the world? How about being happy that others take inspiration from your culture? We all benefit when we contribute, share, exchange ideas relating to food, medicine, fashion, and many other aspects of life. Inb4 you're white. I'm not white and when others borrow, use, reference my culture, I feel a little bit more proud.
bunny
I'm not gonna say much, but it does hurt to see my culture being disrespected in that manner.
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PieceOfTapes
hate the thumbnail
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Manuel Batista
~~i'm not yours, i'm not mine i'm just a bird, i feel so fine and i'm wild in your arms~~
Weedem0n
Uploaded on 2011 where cultural appropriation wasn't a big deal soooo ya you guys can shut up now and enjoy this song
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