Credit: Ian Sane.

This is America. When did we become afraid of one man? We cannot allow our fears to hold us back any longer.

Native organizers and activists are ready to battle Trump on every front—in many ways thanks to the massive national Native American protest networking event that was the Standing Rock camp.
↩︎ The Huffington Post
Feb 22, 2017

I think I might have more Indian blood than a lot of the so-called Indians that are trying to open up the reservations.

An overview of Trump's pre-presidential interactions with Natives is about as ugly as you'd assume, running from insinuating that some tribes were lying about their status to repeatedly trying to tie them to organized crime.
↩︎ The Washington Post
Feb 22, 2017

Stories are routinely harvested from Native communities by non-Native journalists, exported to newsrooms and "processed" for the benefit of non-Native audiences. Sadly, the word "Native" can be substituted with nearly any other ethnic group in the country.

What mainstream American journalists need to understand and rectify about reporting on Native communities in the wake of Trump.
↩︎ Al Jazeera
Feb 22, 2017
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