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Date Created: 11/11/15
Lecture 16 Lecture based on the readings Potawatomi Indigenous government structures Seasonal government structure Depending on the plants they harvested The way they lived was connected to environment Politics were based on survival not like our current system Nomadic 1838 The US government forced the community to move to Oklahoma Different environment Reestablished their politics Great Lakes unique ecosystem for the Potawatomi They have to live as refugees in their own community Environmental justice Another perspective The same industrial and colonial activities that forced locals to move to Oklahoma are the same reasons that are polluting the atmosphere Different levels of injustice Environmental injustice Systematic injustice When the system blames you based on your race or economic status
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