We Still Exist - Make America Native Again - Win This Face Mask

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  Ayasha (I, the CEO) of Fashion Ayasha runs an organization called "Make America Native Again." This organization she is developing focuses on "Making America Native Again" through the business world and our daily lives. For many years we were silenced and it was a shame to speak of being Native American and practicing our culture in the public. We still exist even in today's modern world.

Thunderbird Brand Label We Still Exist Red Cloth Face Mask

Thunderbird Brand Label We Still Exist Red Cloth Face Mask

  Where others may not be aware of this or understand our existence, it is our responsibility as Natives to educate the world of our existence along with our connection to the lands. How can others respect us if they do not have the correct information? Some people of which I (Ayasha) have come across through the years are not even aware of the fact that we still survive off the lands. "Empower Cultural Connection" is the slogan for Fashion Ayasha brand. Why would you want to do that? You may ask. Fashion Ayasha believes by "Empowering Cultural Connection" you are able to educate others of your existence and the importance of it in return this will encourage respect from others. Covid-19 Quarantine time provides ample opportunity for all Natives to be the voice that was once silenced and now "Empowers Cultural Connection." You want respected, you must respect the fact that many people in this world have been provided incorrect information regarding Native Americans which has lead to stereotyping and bias judgments from other races. It is our responsibility to clarify our existence. Unfortunately, many educational public school systems have aided in the assimilation process of our race. By removing information and/or providing incorrect information the educational school systems have created racism and hate towards Native Americans. They have also encouraged Natives to live the white man's way and practice cultures that have destroyed our spirits throughout centuries. 

  Elders have asked that I (Ayasha) of Fashion Ayasha utilize my website and talents in a positive way to speak out and be the voice of encouragement for others. Therefore, I find it a responsibility to do as the others have asked. Fashion Ayasha is a new brand created by First Nations Ojibwe and Odawa Fine Artist and Fashion Designer Ayasha Loya. Ayasha Loya is a female, Native American, a veteran who developed her business from her creative strengths and cultural talents as a woman. Her goal is to provide culturally diversified products in a personalized, creative fashion. Ayashas' goals are to aid in educating others of our traditional primitive Native American tribe, the fact that we still live in primitive ways and provide great opportunities with consumers to connect directly with Ayasha herself through her brand. 

 

 I have been all over the world, met many people, and still have to say our existence as Native Americans are the most creative, strongest spirited, and exceptionally talented of any cultures. This is now being witnessed more than ever before by the entire world with the use of the internet during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Social Distance Powwow has tremendously and positively impacted the world on how they perceive us as Native Americans. I would like to thanks the administrators of the group Social Distance Powwow, Dan Simonds, Whitney Rencountre, Stephanie Hebert, and any others who have aided in creating such a powerful and magnifying platform for us to share our culture with each other and the world. MIIGWETCH! My  (Ayashas') Social Distance Powwow dance has not yet been videotaped and placed in the group. I (Ayasha) will be dancing and sharing my "Heal Our Mother Earth" dance in 2 weeks on the Lakeshores of Lake Michigan as the sunsets. 

Ayasha in Heal Our Mother Earth Regalia

 Ayasha of Fashion Ayasha, Make America Native Again and Heal Our Mother Earth

  Part of the "Make America Native Again" organization I am developing is to take the opportunity to "Make America Native Again" by ruling the business world. We have ample opportunity during COVID-19 to do this. I (Ayasha) have developed a Native American Ojibwe based fashion brand, Fashion Ayasha over the last year and a half. To be honest with you, I don't know how I would have made it through the pandemic financially or mentally without this business. This business inspires me to keep going, show the world Natives are very successful, encourage others, and help other Natives in any way I can. With "Make America Native Again" I am building business websites that are ONLY offered to Native Americans to purchase. Generally, a website that is built well can cost $20,000. The websites I will be building and offering for sale to ONLY Native Americans will cost only $500. This will give you the opportunity to own your own business and learn how to work from home. The website platform that I use offers free courses on how to operate a website and work on it yourself if you need it. The hardest part is the initial part of building the website. I encourage you to invest $500 of the stimulus money you have received into providing yourself with an ongoing income and business of your own.  

  This contest, "We Still Exist - Win This Face Mask" is connected to "Make America Native Again." This contest requires you to provide an idea of a Native American based business you would like to see online or you would like to own. Provide your ideas in the comments. If I choose your idea to be the first business website I develop and post for sale, then you win this 

Thunderbird Brand Label We Still Exist Red Cloth Face Mask

Thunderbird Brand Label We Still Exist Red Cloth Face Mask

RULES FOR CONTEST:

  • One entry per person
  • Only 1 mask will be provided to the winner of this competition
  • This contest runs for 7 days
  • This contest begins 05/12/2020 and ends 05/19/2020
  • Post idea for a website below
  • Must be 18 years or older to apply
  • Must be Native American to compete
  • If you win this contest it does not mean you win the website. You are only providing an idea for a website. 
  • If you are interested in a website built by Ayasha of Make America Native Again and Fashion Ayasha you must be Native American to purchase it at the cost of $500. 
  • If you purchase a website you must be willing to run and operate or pay for the operation of your own website after you purchase it.

 

  


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  • Beaux Gonsales on

    This is a wonderful PGA my Sister. Keep education for Wisdom is true wealth .

  • Mechele Johnson on

    Language resource website. The website would have the capacity for all tribes who wish to participate to have space to teach their traditional language, provide curriculum, share with others what works and what doesn’t work, online webinars and classes, as well as a page with links to funding sources for language programs. The site would work within the lens that immersion is best. It would also serve as a community in which the members practice advocacy for Native languages and their revitalization.

  • Mechele Johnson on

    Language resource website. The website would have the capacity for all tribes who wish to participate to have space to teach their traditional language, provide curriculum, share with others what works and what doesn’t work, online webinars and classes, as well as a page with links to funding sources for language programs. The site would work within the lens that immersion is best. It would also serve as a community in which the members practice advocacy for Native languages and their revitalization.

  • esther kieliszewski on

    Idea for Native American on-line based buisness: Reduce-Reuse Recycled Authentic Native American Artwork. repainted house hold containers for craft repurposing.(Like washed pasta sauce jars painted tribal colors,medicine wheel,etc)

  • B Russell on

    Make educational materials for young kids to learn the REAL history of our people. Examples of educational materials would be;
    1. Coloring books of our people in their regalia from different regions.
    2. Flash cards with our Native languages.
    3. Word searches in our Native languages.
    4. “How To” materials such as gardening and growing our traditional medicines.
    5. Materials on how to “live” off the land. (Foraging, identifying pants, etc.)
    6. Do’s and Dont’s of our ways (especially for young girls when on their moon).


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