Zombies and Indians
Take a look at a movie like ”Fort Apache ... But there’s a big difference between saying he portrayed the Indians as enemies, and hence not the object of moral concern, and that he saw them as zombies, and hence not human. Which is what worries ...
Opinion: Book review: Who does your land really belong to?
Eli suggests that, "maybe this was the main difference between the whites and the Comanches ... there were the Coahuiltecans, Spanish, Apaches and then Comanches. All of these groups called the land their home and fought to defend their way of life.
Native American Spiritualities: Appropriation and Reciprocity
The age groups were named after Native American tribes: Cheyenne, Cherokee, Comanche, Apache, Seminole, and Choctaw. And each Sunday evening we dressed up like Indians and ascended ... about the similarities and differences between the music the Indigo ...
What bin Laden, Geronimo shared
Quite the opposite, it sounds to me like a salute to the Apache warrior's leadership genius and his ... Look past the obvious differences between Geronimo and bin Laden and examine what they shared in common. Each was a charismatic, leader-by-example ...
Indians 101: The Civil War and Arizona Indians
In other parts of the country, such as Arizona, the Civil War simply meant that Indians now had two enemies rather than just one. In many instances, the tribes were unclear about the difference between Union ... the Maricopa, the Apache were probably ...