Native Americans in the United States

Columbus Day: John Oliver and Last Week Tonight ask, “How is this still a thing?” VIDEO. | #OYRchallenge

John Oliver brings it home. Why should we continue to celebrate Columbus Day?

By now most educated adults probably know that Christopher Columbus didn’t really discover America. In fact, he was a brutal colonizer whose arrival brought misery and death to millions through war, slavery, and disease.So why do we still celebrate Columbus Day? Last Week Tonight does a good job summing up the case against the holiday, and even offers a few alternatives.

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Few US Blacks Have American Indian Blood, Contrary to Claims of Many

If  I only had a dollar for each time I heard this growing up. The pity is that no one recognized their African ancestry. Mainly, because it was more than evident. 

Growing up in a Black neighborhood, graduating from a majority Black high school, and living in a Black city, if only I had a dime for every time someone Black told me they were “part Cherokee” (or some other Indian tribe).  But a Black ancestry and genetics expert says most Black claims of being part Indian just aren’t borne out in DNA testing.  No, you are not a Navajo princess.

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RAW VIDEO: Native American Confronts

A Native American man criticized protesters at an Arizona rally against illegal immigration calling them the real illegals for invading his country and killing Native Americans when Europeans first settled on US soil.

 

Danny Glover at Texas A&M MLK Breakfast, 2nd Amendment

Visit http://www.aggieconservatives.org to sign the petition against liberal bias at Texas A&M University. Actor Danny Glover speaks at the 6th Annual MLK Breakfast at Texas A&M University on January 17, 2013. He speaks about global warming and the second amendment. Texas A&M President Bowen Loftin talks about diversity and student/faculty affirmative action.