Show: Maine Social Justice

Episode: 0270 MSJ In the Shadow of the Steel Cross


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On September 24th, author Louise Ketchum Hunt, a Penobscot Indian from Indian Island, Maine addressed a full house at the Madison Historical Society. She talked about growing up on Indian Island and how that contributed to her decision to write a book about the Sebastien Rasle and Abenaki massacre by the Massachusetts English Colonial Militia in 1724. She later answered questions and heard statements from audience members. You will learn how many grew up without a sense of true history and lived much of their lives based on false myths. You will also hear how a history curriculum is being phased out in American schools.

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 08:32


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