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Adrienne K.'s "Race, Anti-Blackness, and the Cherokee Nation: A Reading List" on Native Appropriations blog

by Amanda Ross on 2020-06-15T09:07:37-05:00 in Humanities | Comments

From the blog post: 

"In the past week in the wake of the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, we’ve watched as cities, towns, and villages have risen up, marched against police brutality, and demanded that Black Lives Matter. If the Instagram stories and twitter threads are any indication, many are waking up to issues of racism and inequality for the first time, and it’s simultaneously frustrating and beautiful to watch. While many white folks have a lot of learning and un-learning ahead, we in Indian country do as well, especially in my own tribe.

We in the Cherokee Nation have work to do."

Read the rest here. 


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