Michigan Radio: “‘We’ve never had justice’: How the Supreme Court rigged land deals against native people”

Here.

An excerpt:

“In many ways, it’s almost like gaslighting,” Wenona Singel says of the Johnson v. M’Intosh case. “You’re learning about … certain rights that are associated with property rights … knowing all along that these rights have not been respected, and were not enforced for your own ancestors.”

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