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The recent stories about the horrors of Indian schools in Canada has finally moved this conversation forward in the United States, with institutions having to reckon with just how many young indigenous people died at these sites of genocide. The city of Albuquerque is acknowledging this and trying to find a way to move forward […]
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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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