Sunday, January 22, 2006
"I wish to tell you, my Indian brothers, that the 500 year indigenous and popular campaign of resistance has not been in vain. We're taking over now over the next 500 years. We're going to put an end to injustice, to inequality."
After centuries of colonialism, racism and then modern day interference by the US and others - this is really a day to celebrate.
Speaking of Henry Kissinger - this election reminds me of my favourite bumper sticker: MY KARMA JUST RAN OVER MY DOGMA.
May first peoples around the globe find hope today.
One of the things I always admired about Clinton was that he was the first to appoint an Indian to head the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Bolivia has just done one better.
I like the shirt, too.
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