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Native Americans' true past informs their future
Every major cultural, ethnic and racial group in the United States sets aside time to celebrate its heritage and accomplishments. Some notable occasions like Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanza serve as reminders that we are a pastiche of nations and histories, bound together by our democratic values and our mutual respect for identity and systems of belief.
By Jeffrey Ian Ross
November 10, 2013