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Conclusion: American Indian Children and Cultural Genocide

Read Beginning of “American Indian Children and Cultural Genocide” at: http://familycourtinjustice.wordpress.com/2014/03/15/indian-children-cultural-genocide

Indian Schools: Mandatory Loss of Family & Culture

Placement of American Indian children into government schools was supposed to be voluntary but that was never the reality for parents and tribes. 1,677 more words

Injustice

Why the Left Hates Confederate Symbols and Flags

by Al Benson Jr.

On several occasions I can remember my pastor at church saying that if you are not making someone mad then you aren’t doing anything. 1,338 more words

A Confederate Flag In Kiev--oh the horror of it all!

by Al Benson Jr.

The article that appeared on http://www.presstv.ir  was headlined “Anti-Russians display controversial  US Confederate flag in Kiev.” I could tell that the people who put this little piece together knew as much about American history as the Easter Bunny. 964 more words

U.S. State Department finds “severe” repression in Tibet, targeting of friends and relatives of self-immolators

International Campaign For Tibet ON FEBRUARY 27, 2014

The U.S. State Department reported today that “[r]epression was severe throughout the year” in Tibetan areas, a week after President Obama “reiterated his strong support for … the protection of human rights for Tibetans” in a meeting with His Holiness the Dalai Lama. 428 more words

China threatens the US

China’s Vice-Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui summoned US charge d’affaires Daniel Kritenbrink to protest the meeting between the Tibetan Spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, and the US President of the United States, President Barack Obama. 75 more words

China threatens the World

By Roberta Rampton

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama will meet exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama at the White House on Friday in a show of concern about China’s human rights practices. 361 more words

Papuan cultural parade blockaded then broken up by Jayapura Police

From KNPB and West Papua Media sources in Jayapura

February 20, 2014

A cultural parade organised by university students in Jayapura was blockaded and then dispersed with force by Indonesian police on February 17, after Indonesian police refused to recognise West Papuan cultural expression. 565 more words

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