Events move fast in the internet age. The Rachel Dolezal “Black Like Me” story had people of every stripe, color, and political persuasion commenting, tweeting, and taking sides. Then we all find out that “transracial” is a real thing and these self-identified people seem to mostly be young adoptees...
It's well known, these days, that Iron Eyes Cody—the "crying Indian" from those 1970s commercials—was a fake. And most wrestling fans knew that Chief Jay Strongbow was really Joe Scarpa, an Italian-American from Philadelphia. But that was showbiz—those were actors playing roles. With the scandal surrounding Rachel Dolezal, former...
I met Hank Adams in New York City in the '60s, and we've been friends and
confidants from that turbulent time to this one.
Leaders of all movements in the day seemed to be on testosterone overdrive,
knocking each other off the charisma meter and elbowing each other out of
the picture. many...
Things used to be simpler in the old-timey days, or maybe they were just
more high contrast. We were the Peoples. They were the Whiteman.
They came; they misnamed; they killed. And that was the first Whiteman
Indian policy (a.k.a., the Invasion).
The second was: They stayed; they stole; they killed.
That one a..
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