Treating Indians like Humans

Nov 15th, 1993 | By | Category: 5-3: Medicine, Voices
By Carty Monette

After more than 500 years of cultural conflict, most Indian people retain in some form their traditional manner of viewing life. For many years this viewpoint has been incompatible with the American educational system. It seems that this may be changing. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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