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The US restaurant with political cuisine

24.3.17

The US restaurant with political cuisine: [observers.france24.com] Often, in the US, we think of conflicts with Indigenous nations as being historic rather than contemporary. This is simply not the case. The six Indigenous nations that make up the Confederacy are sovereign political entities in their own right; however, the Haudenosaunee people continue to experience everything from cultural erasure and prejudice through mascoting and cultural appropriation, to denial of the sovereignty and humanity through passport complications and U.S. human rights policy inconsistencies and treaty violations.


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