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Two Kinds of Racism: A Call for Clarity

Greg Howard, writing in The New York Times Magazine recently ["The Easiest Way to Get Rid of Racism? Just Redefine It"], offered an innovative critique of white people claiming to be victims of racism. He used the concept of "gaslighting" to describe the process, explaining gaslighting as an to...

d’Errico: Kafka meets NAGPRA: When research becomes stalling

If a federally funded institution holds human remains, questions arise under the Native American Graves and Repatriation Act. If a human bone collection is found in someone’s basement, questions arise under criminal law – for grave robbing. In the case of an ordinary (if there is such a thing) robber,...
‘Silent Victims,’ by Barbara Perry

‘Silent Victims,’ by Barbara Perry

In “Silent Victims: Hate Crimes Against Native Americans,” Barbara Perry presents a compact and detailed review of how colonization, stereotyping, discriminatory and oppressive practices continue to legitimize a pattern of hatred of and violence against indigenous peoples, to the mainstream populations in the northern Plains, Great Lakes and continuing...

Tribal college changes Indian country

RAPID CITY, S.D. -- Donna Joseph-Smallwood may attend Oglala Lakota College with her granddaughter; that's the advantage of tribal colleges. The He Sapa College Center, part of the Oglala Lakota College system, is the largest of the 10 centers and is proud to be a family oriented learning center. Krystal Grey Eagle is fifth-generation...

A glimpse of inauguration and a few habits of racism

For most residents of the District of Columbia, Inauguration Day is a good time to stay off the streets or get out of town, especially during the ramp up when security is being tested and Capitol Hill is overrun by high-rolling revelers. The closest I got to the official events was on eve...

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Two Kinds of Racism: A Call for Clarity

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