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Native North American

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  • Jesus healed by his access to and connection to the Holy Spirit in much the same way that the medicine healers of the Native North American tribes healed.

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  • Just like we pretend we did for the Native North American cultures, and towards wave after wave of super-exploited immigrants - this is Canada the New, the apologetic, the enlightened,

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  • The very same paragraph in the Canadian Constitution that protects Native North American rights also protects the rights of humans to marry each other if they so choose.en. wikipedia.org On

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  • Christian race and religious crusade against Native North American people persisted for centuries.

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  • Christian race and religious crusade against Native North American people persisted for centuries.

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  • The very same paragraph in the Canadian Constitution that protects Native North American rights also protects the rights of humans to marry each other if they so choose.en. wikipedia.org On

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  • Sequoya, or Sequoyah, was a Native North American leader, who developed Cherokee syllabary.

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  • Age of Empires III: The War Chiefs, was released on October 17, 2006, and introduced three Native North American civilizations; the second, Age of Empires III: The Asian Dynasties, was released on October 23, 2007, and included three Asian civilizations.

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  • We know those Native North American children who weren't killed were "schooled" or raised by white Christians to become (ahem) "civilised".

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  • But this one is only semi-autobiographical, as the author appears as Simon Douglas, a young man of Native North American heritage whose first two decades have been divided between Coyote Lake Reservation Number Four (a place his mother is determined to leave because she believes the only future for her son on "The Rez" is alcoholism) and the streets of East Vancouver.

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