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IF THE TRUTH OFFENDS

The above was sent to me by a sister, had me rolling on the floor as I take the implication to be that I’m an equal opportunity offender when it comes to AIM and their poster boy Peltier. 111 more words

Panel discusses native identity

TEXAS – Increasing one’s knowledge of the history of individual cultures opens the door to a broader perspective on the world as a whole. Recently, Brookhaven College students were given the opportunity to learn more about the various trials the American Indians endured. 89 more words

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Protesters Call For Indians To Change Nickname, Logo: 'We Are People, Not Your Mascots'

CLEVELAND (CBS Cleveland/AP) — Chanting “We are people, not your mascots,” several dozen protesters gathered outside the Indians’ home opener urging the team to change its nickname and abolish the Chief Wahoo logo. 369 more words

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Protests Against Racism Continue In Rapid City

SOUTH DAKOTA – Roughly 100 people took part in a peaceful march against racism in Rapid City this Thursday afternoon.

Protestors expressed anger over what they see as unfair treatment of Native people in the justice system and unfair economic conditions. 56 more words

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Congressional Black Caucus of "Oreo's" and "Uncle Toms" Ignore Killing of Civil Rights Worker

So much for “Black History Month”on the part of the Congressional Black Caucus…especially when it comes to the Murder of Black Civil Rights worker Perry Ray Robinson Jr., murdered on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in 1973. 511 more words

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Incident at Oglala

Incident at Oglala is a documentary by British filmmaker Michael Apted about the killing of two FBI agents on a South Dakota Indian reservation which led to the murder conviction of Leonard Peltier. 1,072 more words

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