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(section 6) among Contemporary Human Peoples
North of the River called "Rio Grande" or "Rio Bravo"
in the Land of the People of the Eagle, also called Great Turtle Island, also called North America:
from SOCIAL SCIENCE & SOCIAL ETHICS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY: HERE INSTRUCTED BY NATIVE AMERICAN SOCIAL WISDOM by Theodore Walker, Jr.
chapter 1, section 6, Summary Statements:
circle of concern:
contemporary peoples north of the river called "Rio Grande" or "Rio Bravo" in the Land of the People of the Eagle, which is called the Great Turtle Island, also called North America
North of the river, Native American peoples resist mainly English and French speaking hyphenated-American peoples, peoples who are two nations--Canada and the U.S.A..
South of the river, Native American peoples resist mainly Spanish-speaking hyphenated-American peoples, peoples who are one nation--Mexico.
North of the river,
the lands claimed by Native American tribes and nations overlap and conflict with the lands claimed by Canada and the U.S.A..
According to Native American judgments, the claims of Native American tribes and nations hold legal and moral priority over Canadian and U.S. claims.
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