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Native American Performs Touching Ceremony to Apologize for Illegal Dumping of Dead Coyotes
When you drive past a dead deer, or raccoon, or any other kind of road kill, you probably feel sad for a second or two then continue on your merry way. Understandable, seeing as modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world.
When you drive past a dead deer, or raccoon, or any other kind of road kill, you probably feel sad for a second or two then continue on your merry way. Understandable, seeing as modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world.Read more at http://www.ryot.org/native-american-performs-touching-ceremony-to-apologize-for-illegal-dumping-of-dead-coyotes/535033#spoxGGzdrJoTafMG.99

What this man, Larry Running Turtle Salazar, did is beautiful and thoughtful. I’m deeply saddened that more often than not people are not respectful of animals. However I do have a bone to pick with the way this article is written. The title “Native American Performs Touching Ceremony…”: why can’t it say “Native American Man”? If it were a news story about pretty much any other ethnicity it wouldn’t say “Chinese/Black/Hispanic etc… Performs Touching Ceremony”. Additionally, saying “modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world” followed with “Native Americans, however, tend to see things a little differently” implies that we, Native peoples, are not modern even though we all live in the same time and place as everyone else. We are not relics of some mystical past, not objects in a museum. We are living, participating members of “modern” society. To top it all off the author doesn’t even both to say what nation this man belongs to. 

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Native American Performs Touching Ceremony to Apologize for Illegal Dumping of Dead Coyotes

When you drive past a dead deer, or raccoon, or any other kind of road kill, you probably feel sad for a second or two then continue on your merry way. Understandable, seeing as modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world.

When you drive past a dead deer, or raccoon, or any other kind of road kill, you probably feel sad for a second or two then continue on your merry way. Understandable, seeing as modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world.
Read more at http://www.ryot.org/native-american-performs-touching-ceremony-to-apologize-for-illegal-dumping-of-dead-coyotes/535033#spoxGGzdrJoTafMG.99

What this man, Larry Running Turtle Salazar, did is beautiful and thoughtful. I’m deeply saddened that more often than not people are not respectful of animals. However I do have a bone to pick with the way this article is written. The title “Native American Performs Touching Ceremony…”: why can’t it say “Native American Man”? If it were a news story about pretty much any other ethnicity it wouldn’t say “Chinese/Black/Hispanic etc… Performs Touching Ceremony”. Additionally, saying “modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world” followed with “Native Americans, however, tend to see things a little differently” implies that we, Native peoples, are not modern even though we all live in the same time and place as everyone else. We are not relics of some mystical past, not objects in a museum. We are living, participating members of “modern” society. To top it all off the author doesn’t even both to say what nation this man belongs to. 

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Native American Performs Touching Ceremony to Apologize for Illegal Dumping of Dead Coyotes
When you drive past a dead deer, or raccoon, or any other kind of road kill, you probably feel sad for a second or two then continue on your merry way. Understandable, seeing as modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world.
When you drive past a dead deer, or raccoon, or any other kind of road kill, you probably feel sad for a second or two then continue on your merry way. Understandable, seeing as modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world.Read more at http://www.ryot.org/native-american-performs-touching-ceremony-to-apologize-for-illegal-dumping-of-dead-coyotes/535033#spoxGGzdrJoTafMG.99

What this man, Larry Running Turtle Salazar, did is beautiful and thoughtful. I’m deeply saddened that more often than not people are not respectful of animals. However I do have a bone to pick with the way this article is written. The title “Native American Performs Touching Ceremony…”: why can’t it say “Native American Man”? If it were a news story about pretty much any other ethnicity it wouldn’t say “Chinese/Black/Hispanic etc… Performs Touching Ceremony”. Additionally, saying “modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world” followed with “Native Americans, however, tend to see things a little differently” implies that we, Native peoples, are not modern even though we all live in the same time and place as everyone else. We are not relics of some mystical past, not objects in a museum. We are living, participating members of “modern” society. To top it all off the author doesn’t even both to say what nation this man belongs to. 

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Native American Performs Touching Ceremony to Apologize for Illegal Dumping of Dead Coyotes

When you drive past a dead deer, or raccoon, or any other kind of road kill, you probably feel sad for a second or two then continue on your merry way. Understandable, seeing as modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world.

When you drive past a dead deer, or raccoon, or any other kind of road kill, you probably feel sad for a second or two then continue on your merry way. Understandable, seeing as modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world.
Read more at http://www.ryot.org/native-american-performs-touching-ceremony-to-apologize-for-illegal-dumping-of-dead-coyotes/535033#spoxGGzdrJoTafMG.99

What this man, Larry Running Turtle Salazar, did is beautiful and thoughtful. I’m deeply saddened that more often than not people are not respectful of animals. However I do have a bone to pick with the way this article is written. The title “Native American Performs Touching Ceremony…”: why can’t it say “Native American Man”? If it were a news story about pretty much any other ethnicity it wouldn’t say “Chinese/Black/Hispanic etc… Performs Touching Ceremony”. Additionally, saying “modern society places next to no value on respecting and honoring the natural world” followed with “Native Americans, however, tend to see things a little differently” implies that we, Native peoples, are not modern even though we all live in the same time and place as everyone else. We are not relics of some mystical past, not objects in a museum. We are living, participating members of “modern” society. To top it all off the author doesn’t even both to say what nation this man belongs to. 

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