By: John Brant
General Philip Sheridan once said, "The only good Indians I ever saw were dead," which became corrupted into the saying “ the only good Indian is a dead Indian.” For much of the United States’ history, many white citizens shared this sentiment. Today...
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By: J.B. Doyle
American history is filled with little known stories of discrimination against Native Americans. The story below is one that I stumbled upon quite by accident. Although I have lived within an hour's drive of this area in South Dakota for over forty years, I was...
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By: Shirley Lendway
Understanding the discrimination Native Americans endure becomes easier when it has a name and a face. Currently in Virginia, Aleck J. Carpitcher, an American Seminole Indian, has been sitting behind bars for over eleven years because of a conviction based on hearsay. His conviction for...
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