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Published on May 2, 2012
This is the second part of a five-part project put together by students in the American Indians in Minnesota class at the University of Minnesota (AmIn 1003, Spring 2012) and explores the idea that the injustices that Native people have endured over the course of Minnesota history deserves an official state apology as a means to initiate a dialogue about what social justice for Native people might look like.
Comments invited, though comments deemed denigrating, racially disrespectful, or ad hominem will likely not be approved. We want a serious dialogue. We accept disagreement that is reasonable and thoughtful.