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'Redface' remains persistent, despite Native Americans' pushback

Christian Science Monitor Monday, 18 March 2019
Racist imagery that stereotypes Native Americans' speech, dress, and rituals has a long history in the United States. Recent conversations around blackface have many indigenous communities frustrated at the comparative lack of discussion about "redface."
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