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- Films Explore Native Peoples, Culture Conflict - Text + Audio + Video - 1 June 2015
"A film festival in Los Angeles, California features films about indigenous peoples and cultures.
The films show efforts to teach native languages, continue arts such as dance, and gain justice for native people.
People of various backgrounds use film to share their ideas about preserving cultures."
The Nation's Ward, by Grant Hamilton, 1885.
"This cartoon depicts a snake portrayed as a Native American coiled
around a pioneer family, squeezing the life out of them, and around a tree;
Uncle Sam is feeding the snake from a bowl of "Government Gruel";
in the background, to the right are government-sponsored educational
facilities for Native Americans, to the left is a homestead scene
under attack by Native Americans."