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Re: Analysis of Cherokee Employee Buzzard
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How sad! How very sad that some Cherokee cannot embrace their African sisters and brothers! How worse a struggle for freedom it would have been without our Native brothers. What a worse loss it would have been without our Black brothers. Do you have any concept of culture?!!! It involves how others helped others to survive. Embracing the oppressor is an age, old, tactic to dilute history and have those who would have seen us all swept from the face of the earth, exempt from their continued responsibilites of atonement.
I am certain there are those Native brothers and sisters who are outraged at the Cherokee! How embarassing it must be to see those who revere their beautiful skin and cultural ways, lead by those who emulate the very people who committed genocide on their people! We must all pray to the ancestors for their forgiveness. There is a price to pay for denying that which is just so; the Black skin fought next to the Red skin. We lost as much as you. Don't lose dignity and honor also.
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