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God Is Red: A Native View of Religion Quotes

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"It is difficult to describe just how America began to embrace Indians again in recent years."
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"In almost every other part of the nation, Indians are treated with disgust and disdain by the whites of their region."
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"The grave robbing can be seen in another, more profound, and very disturbing light."
Page 17


"Until the occupation of Wounded Knee, American Indians were stereotyped in literature and by the media."
Page 25


"The communal nature of Indian personal existence is further supported by the presence of a large body of literature on the histories of the respective tribes."
Page 27




"If we compare at the image of Indians projected in literature and somewhat in film with that of the Indians who marched on Washington one thing stands out clearly - underneath all of the symbols and ideologies is a religious context and religious motivation."
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"Many Lutherans were ecstatic when informed...

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