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Re: Justice for Anna May Pictou-Aquash ?
Posted by: Paulyne Rutherford Taylor Date: January 31, 2002 at 09:38:22
In Reply to: Re: Justice for Anna May Pictou-Aquash ? by Marilyn Everts Critari of 202

When it comes to Indian rights there are none.
Our ancestors were considered savages and heathens.
We were called blanket a's and sent to reservations to starve or try to hide among the whites.
Many managed to get out and even get land.
The American Indian had great pride then and now.No matter how little the blood is that came from them you can bet it had pride in it.
If enough of us got together and wrote letters constantly to the senators and congressmen.We might get a day.Lets do it.


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