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Sunday, August 20, 2017

'Hate Crimes Target Native Americans in Nevada and U.S. Bordertowns' by John Redhouse, Dineh

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Native Americans targeted in Nevada and U.S. bordertowns by hate groups
Censored News series 'Racism in America'
By John Redhouse, Dineh
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French translation by Christine Prat at:

When I was living and working in Reno in the late 1970s and early 1980s, I was honored to meet many great Native Nevadan leaders who were fighting for their tribal sovereignty, treaty, land, water, and human rights. One of those leaders was James "Buddy" Vidovich who was then the Chairman of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe.

In the course of discussing the recent rise of anti-Indianism in northern Nevada and local border town racism, Buddy said that there was a white hate group in nearby Fernley that called itself "S.O.A.P." which stood for Stomp Out All Paiutes. The deliberate use of the word "SOAP" obviously refers to the ethnic cleansing of an entire tribal nation.

Mohawk Nation News -- 'Amerigo' Has to Go


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MNN. AUG. 20, 2017. We onkwe-hon-weh, natural people of great turtle island, have a duty, to protect our mother. See "prayer of the mothers": 
The corporate name of ono-ware-keh is "America", named after Amerigo Vespucci,"and we set sail for Spain, with 222 slave prisoners; and we reached the port of Cadiz on the 15th day of October, 1498, where we were well received and sold our slaves (pp. 20-22).

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