“It’s been whitewashed to the point where we have people who are willing to bring guns to protect a monument that does not take into account all sides of history,” she said.
“They were the only tribe ever given the choice they were either going to the unassigned lands or they could go back to their native lands in Arizona,” she said.
“Treaties were broken in order for the unassigned lands to even be made,” she said. “That wasn’t even agreed to by our people, it was forced on us by Congress.”
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