America's Racist Origins
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It’s a problem when our only schemas of Native American life are based on Disney movies, gold dollar coins, and Land O’Lakes butter boxes. From the time Columbus discovered the Americas to the Western expansion in 1783, Indian tribes have been forced from their territories. Subsequently, the voice and vote of this people group – the first settlers of this land – has steadily waned. The son of an American woman and a Navajo man, Mark Charles will remind us of the other side of the story.
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