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3 (and a half): Kaswentha

I am well aware of the fact that treaties were developed in an incredibly sly and tricky way on the part of the Crown in the later settlement years, and that land claims are still being dealt with today in a very unfair way, and Chapter 27 and 28 of Vowel’s… 380 more words

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‘When Will It End?’

It would seem that ‘Reconciliation’ ISN’T about bringing us closer together as fellow Canadians, but about recognizing our differences and further enshrining them. Our federal government, dominated by the billion-dollar Aboriginal Industry, is negotiating EVEN MORE Treaties, rather than ending this anachronistic practice once and for all. 3,076 more words

Aboriginal Industry

‘When Will It End?’

It would seem that ‘Reconciliation’ ISN’T about bringing us closer together as fellow Canadians, but about recognizing our differences and further enshrining them. Our federal government, dominated by the billion-dollar Aboriginal Industry, is negotiating EVEN MORE Treaties, rather than ending this anachronistic practice once and for all. 3,076 more words

Aboriginal Industry

3: Exploring my Personal Connections to Indigenous cultures

    

Take a look above. In the top collage, I found 14 posters of Indigenous-related material around half of the campus (possibly less, closer to 11 or 12 – I believe I also included other posters that were not Indigenous-based but just inclusion-based). 760 more words

Current Affairs:The Wall - A Nation Divided

Worth a look at how Trump’s wall could impact Native American tribes

Differential Immigration and Citizenship in the 19th Century in Oregon

The immigration debate that is being discussed nationally, has caused me to think about what immigration was like in the 19th century in Oregon. Too often today immigrants are discussed as being synonymous with “criminals” as if the very action of immigration is a criminal act. 2,258 more words

Oregon Indians

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, thanks to archives preserving histories of post-WWII war crimes trials: Amann


LOS ANGELES – On this International Holocaust Remembrance Day, I am honored to be spending this month at the USC Shoah Foundation, reviewing testimonies of persons who did their part to set right one of history’s terrible wrongs. 479 more words

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