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Squaws and Scalping: Washington Adults Need Cultural Awareness Training - ICTMN.com

12.6.16

Squaws and Scalping: Washington Adults Need Cultural Awareness Training - ICTMN.com: Some of the benefits of that law: Future leaders receive a more accurate, complete teaching of state history; they become more culturally aware and informed; and they understand sovereignty and the authority of the Native nations with which they will engage.

As McCoy would likely say, the law was way past due (he tried unsuccessfully to get a similar law approved 10 years earlier). If the curriculum—titled Since Time Immemorial—is ever offered for adults, here are some individuals that should receive an invitation to join the class.


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