Indigenous Genocide: The United States of North America

The American Philosophical Association Newsletter on American Indians in Philosophy (2004)

Abstract
There are several strategies to build local economies in environmentally protective ways. Waters claims that strategies, like supporting local indigenous healing, may help to stop some of the appropriation and distortion of indigenous resources and traditions. Other strategies include innovating ways to protect water, creating new energy sources, and developing other sustainable ways to protect our environment. In this way, we can continue to act as humans should, interdependently with all our relations. As an indigenous person, as a Seminoli, a free person, Waters stand as witness to this calling, and suggests indigenous women step up to leadership in creating a new generation such that our youth will find alternative paths to sustain our communities for future generations.
Keywords Indigenous  Economic Justice  Justice  Native American  Feminism  Native American Feminism  Genocide  Reparations  Self-Determination  American Indian
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