The Marshpee Tribe
This is a powerful and moving account of the struggles of the Marshpee tribe, one of the many Native American groups that were dispossessed and oppressed by the colonizers of North America. The author, himself a member of the Pequot tribe, tells the story of the tribe's fight for justice and sovereignty, and chronicles the many injustices and abuses they suffered at the hands of the white authorities. Through his eloquent and passionate writing, Apess gives voice to the voiceless and challenges us all to confront the legacy of colonialism and racism that still plagues our society today.
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- Publisher: Legare Street Press
- Publish Date: Jul 18th, 2023
- Pages: 168
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 9.21in - 6.14in - 0.44in - 0.91lb
- EAN: 9781019856901
- Categories: • General• Ethnic Studies - American - Native American Studies