Why Do So Many People Pretend to Be Native American?



Russell Cobb | This Land Press | August 2014 | 16 minutes (3,976 words)

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One response to “Why Do So Many People Pretend to Be Native American?

  1. Thanks for sharing. The report focused on a very old issue with just enough humor to entice unbelievers into reading the whole thing.
    How many other Wannabee’s have used Eluzabeth Warren’s tactic to get a low cost college degree while robbing a RealNative American of that spot she took?

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