Thursday, September 15, 2016

It's time for "fill-in-the-blank" minority group misgivings

Column graph source:  U.S. Census QuickFacts

Quoted in Neighbors Say North Dakota Pipeline Protests Disrupt Lives and Livelihoods, by Jack Healy.  (The New York Times, 9/13/2016)
Where Native Americans see the camp as a scene of prayer and peaceful protests, Mr. Schaaf and other ranchers and residents in the conservative, overwhelmingly white countryside view the protests with a mix of frustration and fear, reflecting the deep cultural divides and racial attitudes in Indian country.

Related links:
Dakota Access pipeline.
No Dakota Access pipeline - Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

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