When Hinmuuttu-Yalatlat (commonly referred to in American History as “Chief Joseph”) was born to the Wallowa band of Nez Perce Native American Tribe, his people roamed a territory consisting of large swaths of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. By the time he died, the vast Nez Perce tribe had been forcibly concentrated to a land less than a tenth of their home territory and his Wallowa band had been banished from Nez Perce territory entirely – a galling consequence of promises reneged, treaties of bad faith, and violence by and on behalf of the US government.Read More
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Markos Moulitsas Zúniga is a military veteran and well-known American political thinker who founded the blog sites The Daily Kos (political) and SB Nation (sports). He is among the leading voices today in the American political landscape – a representative of both GenX and Hispanic Americans.Read More
Danica Roem of Manassas, Virginia is the first transgender person in the United States to be elected to a state legislature and to assume her office. She currently serves as the Virginia Delegate representing the 13th District.Read More