I believe that the Independent should run a local expose on this discussion and should expand out to reach different demographics.
What are the feelings from our local MT, Reservations?
What does the Football Fan Bar crowd think about this matter?
how about our locals and our Native American youth?
I think its good to ask:
"what is entitlement?" "What is White Entitlement?" "Is there cultural imbalance?"
"who invented RACE & RACISM and why? What purpose did RACISM serve?"
"Is racism free speech or is it verbal assault?"
"In what ways are "WHITES" Oppressed vs NATIVE AMERICANS?" "
WHICH LIVE ON RESERVATIONS AND WHY?"
"What SOCIAL NORMS ARE WHITES BEING OPPRESSED BY?"
"IS COMPARING THE OPPRESSION OF "WHITES", EQUAL TO THE OPPRESSION OF NATIVE AMERICANS?"
"IF SO, HOW?"
"AND IF NOT WHY?"
ARE "WHITES" GIVEN ANY CONSIDERATIONS OR ADVANTAGES IN VOTING? EDUCATION? OR BUSINESS?
LETS ASK THE REAL QUESTIONS PEOPLE...
Hey there Independent my name is Joseph T. Grady, & i just wanted to mention that I co-authored TRAPS with Lily, and even gave birth to the idea while having a conversation with Lily, about expanding the basement space of the new Payne Family NA building on the U of M campus. I have also landed ROLLS in the upcoming films, Winter in the Blood (Presently going to the LA Film Fest), Jimmy P by Arnaud Desplechin (presently at Cannes) and have landed a small roll in the up coming film by Matthew Miller, Subterranea. I'm presently writing and drafting another extended play out of TRAPS and a futuristic Native American Film screen play set in North America 200 years in the future and am starting by creating a graphic novel of the story. I love theater and film and am also a working painter/drawer/artist and writer. I love singing and acting and being creative. just thought I'd introduce myself.
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