Tag: the doctrine of discovery unmasking the domination code
A New York Times editorial recently addressed the issue of white supremacy monuments erected around the country, but forgot to mention any paper monument.
Sixty years after Max Lerner wrote “America As a Civilization,” an examination of how Native nations are working to identify the domination imposed on them.
An interview with a former clerk for Justice Stanley F. Reed, sheds light on the Tee-Hit-Ton decision and the phrase “generally scalping the Indians.”
Paul Gilk’s latest book is a must-read for any Native person interested in understanding historic causes of the dispossession of our Native peoples
California Senator Benjamin Hueso wants to designate San Salvador as the state’s “official state ship of discovery” without acknowledging the brutal history
The Indians of California does an excellent job of providing insight into the heinous acts of domination and dehumanization committed against Native peoples
As someone fascinated with words, I find myself puzzled by the use of the word “indigenous” as a verb, as in the action word “to indigenize.”
Indigenous sovereignty is an oxymoron; it is the combination of two mutually exclusive terms that cancel each other out. It is incoherent.
Over the course of many centuries, the Vatican promulgated and maintained a mindset of domination and dehumanization.
The Australian Delegation at the 2012 UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues did what many governments do when it comes to the Doctrine of Discovery.
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