The Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of the American Indian on the Mall in Washington finally saw light. Not just long due, but also long suppressed, the idea is a great relief in its materialized form.
What least can one afford to pay as a tribute to the peoples who were forced to convert to the Jesusland? For peoples who were perished so that the corporate American Dream can be established? A museum?
Well, it appears some talks will surely take place between intersections of minorities in this country. Hopefully it will not be played on the same cards of favoritism that strives to attract attention of the Whites.