Cultural Brokers: Explaining “Them” and “Us” in Indian Country

Feb 15th, 1997 | By | Category: 8-4: Racism, Features
By Gregory Gagnon

Cultural brokers explain and often justify one culture to another. They are interpreters in the broadest sense. In American Indian history this role was often assumed by the traders, by Indian women who married Euro-Americans, and by the mixed bloods who often assumed positions in each culture. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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