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Old 01-31-2005, 09:38 AM   #14
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In the end, her theory for the racist attitudes was the dominant society's inability to change the native people. They want to change us to be like them.

I agree. They want us to talk like them, act like them, dress like them, think like them. Their thoughts are - "Those people" will never get anywhere unless they change their heathen ways.

I wish they should just chill. Let us be who we are.

On the other hand, we try to change their thinking too. We want them to respect the earth, air and the water, so that these things will be there for our children/grand-children. We want them to think of the people who will follow our generation. We are guilty of not respecting the way they act/think also.
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