For Native Americans, racism hits home

  After over 500 years of broken treaties and forceful domination from European settlers and the U.S. government, Native Americans in Arizona today still face racism in the most intimate part of their religion and identity: their home. Today, a border wall, a copper mine and a reversal of the previous administration’s policies are a…

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Future of immigration and discrimination

President Donald Trump has reopened the closet for racial expression in America. With Arizona’s close proximity to the border, however, racial issues among immigrants is nothing new. In the last 10 months, the Trump administration has proposed a list of anti-immigration laws including, the wall between Mexico and United States, the removal of DACA, pardoning…

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