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Remember the Pueblo Revolt

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On October 4, 2020
Our racial and racist past is much more than just a Black struggle. It’s a struggle of many racial minority groups that depend a great deal on where you are at. And yet, in the U.S., our popular history mostly reduces all of this to a Black-White struggle. But if you are, say, in New […]
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I’ve been rereading N. Scott Momaday’s House Made of Dawn, a fantastic novel about a Jemez man dealing with life in postwar America. It made me wonder what historical visions there were available of Jemez culture and I came across this 1947 film highlighting Jemez dances, both at the big inter-tribal dance in Gallup and […]
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Genízaros

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On February 16, 2018
One of my hobbyhorses is how frustrating it is that our public discussion of race in this country exists primarily on a black-white binary. At least at one university I know very, very well, diversity means African-Americans, as has been very clear to me in the very different ways that the school’s officers and administrators […]

Summer States

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On July 4, 2017

Mostly I can’t disagree with this ranking of which states are the worst to spend summer. Washington is named the best state and while it might be a touch chilly at times, sure. Then it’s M

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