Two Rivers Reconciliation

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Some 10 years ago, almost by accident, a handful of whites and Native Americans in the Northwest began meeting together to find out why relationships between Natives and non-Natives are virtually nonexistent outside of the courtroom. THE TWO RIVERS RECONCILIATION documents their discoveries, as they grappled with the radical differences between the two cultures, and faced the pain and anger Indians feel because of racism, hypocritical and greedy American politics, and the serious harm Indian schools have inflicted on Native families and culture. The results of this groups' work together is astonishing and touches people on both sides. It's changing lives, impacting communities, and affecting race relations in the Northwest, perhaps even across America.

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