UN human rights rapporteur on indigenous people James Anaya said that on his recent visit to the United States, he found many Native Americans living in Third World conditions. He said the suffering of Native Americans ever since “colonialism knocked on their doors” was “not over” and talked about his call for indigenous peoples to regain control over lands including the area around Mount Rushmore. UNTV / RECENT
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