Formal Rewriting of America’s “Racist” Indigenous History Has Begun

July 16, 2020 - General
Nacoochee Indian Mound in Georgia

A team of US researchers claims indigenous groups maintained their ancient traditions in the southeastern US nearly 150 years after the first waves of European arrivals, going against the traditional history that questions their very presence there.

Spanish explorers began arriving in South America in the mid-1500s where they waged the conquests of Central America and Peru, and history teaches that soon after the conquistadors attacked indigenous tribes in the southeastern United States the people were displaced and relocated. But this account of history is, “racist,” according to a team of researchers from Washington University in St. Louis.

So, how did these researchers determine that what we have been taught is racist indigenous history?

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