Tag Archives: racial stereotypes
You Wanted to Know: Do Indians Live in Teepees?
Questions and answers based on the book by Anton Truer: “Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask.”
Posted in History, Culture, Justice Also tagged tepees, Tipis, Yaqui Apache, John Sanchez, Teepees, Anton Truer, Native American, American Indian 1 Comment
What Is An Indian? Stereotypes
This blog addresses stereotypes: what are they (definition), some typical stereotypes about Native people, the damage stereotyping causes and some ideas about how to refrain from stereotyping with an eye toward building better relationships.
Posted in Older Archives_Humanitarian Also tagged prejudice, discrimination, tipi, Stereotypes, American Indian 2 Comments
Geronimo As Racial Stereotype
Racial stereotypes of American Indians were prevalent during the so-called Indian Wars and continue to this day. One example is the recent code name Geronimo that the US military used for Osama bin Laden. This is hurtful to Native Americans, many of whom find it inappropriate to link a Native American legend to perhaps the greatest enemy of […]
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