Peace Talks Radio: Indigenous Experiences, Values, and Peacemaking

This time on PEACE TALKS RADIO, we explore how Indigenous people in the United States handle the centuries-old conflict of living in a world taken from their ancestors, in often brutal and dehumanizing ways. For many Indigenous people who are living now in the U.S., the struggle continues, with government, with the white dominant  mainstream, with the lasting effects of the harsh history. To many, the conflict feels current, unresolved, and rooted in a premise that also dates back hundreds of years.

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