Thursday, November 27, 2008

Native Americans and Immigration Policy

Every Thanksgiving, this cartoon image of Native Americans building a fence to keep out the Pilgrims comes up. Happy Thanksgiving.


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Get real Hing! If it had not been for European-Americans, your family would never have immigrated to the United States and you would not have gotten your tenured professorship.

Posted by: Thomas Lillich | Nov 27, 2008 9:28:14 AM

But then again,neither would the ancestors of BH have been subjected to 61 years of institutional exclusion based on the Anglo-American justifications for state-sponsored discrimination.

Posted by: robert | Nov 28, 2008 7:57:35 AM

Do you want to know more about Migrations?

You can watch the films in the website

They are part of the online competition called Migr@tions.

Migr@tions is an international online multimedia-creativity competition featuring 80 short films (40 in English and 40 in French) and 10 podcasts on the theme of immigration.

You can win two 32 GB iPod touch players, just going to the site and voting.

Posted by: RCI - Migrations | Nov 28, 2008 1:51:53 PM

Isn't this basically an anti-immigration cartoon? The Wampanoag would have been a lot better off in the long run if they had kept out the English. This is why Italian immigration opponents put Native Americans on their posters:

Posted by: adfasdf | Dec 1, 2008 11:29:52 PM

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