Leaders say climate is changing Native way of life
Native American and Alaska Native leaders told of their villages being under water because of coastal erosion, droughts and more on Thursday during a Senate hearing intended to draw attention to how climate change is affecting tribal communities.
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Since: Nov 08
#1 Jul 20, 2012
How do you control sun-flairs? They are the worst we have ever seen them.
Since: Sep 11
#2 Jul 20, 2012
My how times have changed!
Did these Native Americans and Alaskan Natives forget everything? If you don't like it where you are, MOVE!
Your ancestors, as ours, knew at least that much.
#3 Jul 20, 2012
do U love topix class!!!!!!!!!!;-000
#4 Jul 20, 2012
Indians were always migrating,its their history...they came to North America that way.In doing so survived the forces of nature,and pursued their mobile game supply.
Now most Braves are "SQUAW MEN"...The Wildness bred out of them,the White mans way has corrupted them....Most of todays Indians are really Pale Faces with feathers!..Gone forever are the Cries of warriors, and the drums of old!...CUTAHOTA! they are now...condemned to the fat squaws life!
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