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Let's face it: American history textbooks were (and sometimes are still) full of lies, stereotypes and misconceptions in relation to the Native American Indian. Such books were written by the so-called victor - the white invader - who rewrote history to suit his own needs. It wasn't until the 1960's did the Native people begin to speak out.. telling their side of the story. Unfortunately, White Lies are still retold today and misconceptions held by those before us still hold tight to the American conscious. Knowledge is the key to changing such deep-seeded assumptions - and re-education is needed to correct the misinformation. I hope you will join me and read THE NATIVE TRUTH. Here we will explore the other side of the historical coin - from aboriginal slavery, treaty rights and land claims to cultural theft, reservation conditions, Wounded Knee and Christopher Columbus - giving voice to those stifled for hundreds of years.



Terri Jean, activist and author, is of mixed heritage that includes French, Irish, German and (unenrolled) Powhatan. Her work has appeared in numerous magazines and in 2003 her first book, 365 Days of Walking the Red Road, was published (Adams Media, June 2003). In 2000 She founded the Red Roots Educational Project (RREP) to provide information to those in need of historical truth. The RREP also provides information pertaining to Native American people, places, issues, and culture. Terri Jean also lectures, leads workshops and is a freelance photographer and writer. For more information on Terri Jean, her work or the Red Roots Educational Project, visit http://www.terrijean.com


(Please note - this is a monthly column, not a chat group. Articles, news and the column is sent to members. ALL letters sent to me become the property of The Native Truth, The RREP & Terri Jean and may be republished by Terri Jean.)

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  • 1715
  • Native American
  • Sep 8, 2000
  • English

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