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400th anniversary aims for education

January 19, 2013

The Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign, organized by the community group Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation (based in Syracuse) and the Onondaga Nation, is a forward looking educational campaign....

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Steiner

Jan-19-13 9:17 AM

Andy, it is you who need an education. The Indian culture lost to the white mans culture, pure and simple.The white mans culture spread around the world, not the native american culture. The Indian culture is not sustainable, not the white mans culture. No amount of paddling will change that. You sound like a Mayan. May I ask when the end is due to unsustainabilty ? Have you been talking to democrats cause you sound like one. Try and read white man history. It sunk you. You should always know the victor, not the other way around.

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