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TUC Radio
The denial of the holocaust of the American Indians leads to a mindset that approves of wars on indigenous peoples abroad
Ward Churchill, Professor of American Indian Studies, University of Colorado, Boulder
 Maria Gilardin  Contact Contributor
Nov. 23, 2004, 8:17 a.m.
This is my personal choice for Thanksgiving: Why did so many voters agree with the Bush War on Iraq? And all the other wars against indigenous peoples before? This will continue, says Churchill, until we acknowledge our history of genocide here, in the US
This is a 29 minute version of a very moving 50 minute long talk, given on the publication date of the City Lights book by Churchill entitled: A Little Matter of Genocide. Re-mastered November 2004.

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