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She's been named by Huffington Post as one of three Aboriginal Millennials to watch, and has been selected as a Diverse City Fellow for 2013-2014.
She is a widely published writer, and the founder and editor-in-chief of Urban Native Magazine.
Native American Passions gives people who are part of the Native American community a place to find one another.
You are welcome to use Native American Passions solely as a dating site, since it has all the major features found on mainstream dating sites (e.g.
First Nations is an aboriginal dating site which stands out in it's purpose and intent by predefining it's membership to be of native ancestry.
Although it's currently impossible on the free to join native only dating site to qualify members it clearly states that it is a personals site for native related people only.
Currently there are members from all across North America including Canada, Mexico and USA.
I was at a Toronto university across the country from my home territory when I discovered my cultural roots.I am thus considered to be a “full blood” Indian, also known as R(1) status.This means that even if I married a white guy, my children will have Indian status and be considered “50% First Nations,” also known as R(2) despite that fact that their actual blood quantum will be 25%. Her mother was reinstated Indian status after the amended the existing law with Bill C-31, which affected Indian women who married non-Indians, who were then reinstated and granted Indian status after their disenfranchisement."You don’t need an Indian status card issued from the government to work or study in the United States," says Lisa Charleyboy, "but that privilege won’t be there for my children, if I decided to marry a non-status man." (Thosh Collins)A common misconception of having a status card is that you are able to go work in the United States freely under the Jay Treaty, when in fact blood quantum is the verification factor when heading south of the border.She wants to marry a status Indian man, preferably one who is connected to his culture, and someone who has over 25 per cent blood quantum.(Thosh Collins)For the last eight years, I’ve given a lot of careful thought to my dating life, and not just in just the typical way that you would expect of a millennial.