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Write an essay in response to Wendy Rose's concept of "white shamanism," keeping in mind her own explanation of it rather than the ways in which it has been misinterpreted.

Wounded Knee, South Dakota, has been the center of attention for Indian-U.S. government relations on two major occasions. Research the events that took place there in both 1890 and 1973 and write an essay describing what happened.

Explain how the title "For the White poets who would be Indian" makes you feel and what you would think the poem was about if the name were all you were given.

Write a poem called "For the ________ poets who would be _________," substituting any groups of people or things into the blanks.   

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