5 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Night Reflection

    1. I’m sure you’re right. There are always varying historical perspectives. My mom was part Cherokee, and I grew up in the tiny north Georgia town of Ball Ground, whose name came from a Cherokee word for a Native American version of baseball. We lived near part of the Trail of Tears Stewart’s often inappropriately jokey sarcasm just reminded of our nation’s treatment of native Americans over the decades.

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      1. I agree with you, and I am ashamed of how my English ancestors spread racism and misery around the world. But, put into historical context, that was normal for the time. It’s up to us to do better!

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