Indians are Us?: Culture and Genocide in Native North America

Front Cover
Common Courage Press, 1994 - History - 382 pages
2 Reviews

What people are saying - Write a review

Review: Indians Are Us? Culture and Genocide in Native North America

User Review  - Ryan Mishap - Goodreads

Recommended reading for everyone to learn about indigenism. His sharp mind, biting wit, and research cut through the bullshit of colonizers like no one else. Read full review

Review: Indians Are Us? Culture and Genocide in Native North America

User Review  - Michael - Goodreads

I enjoyed this book. It's too bad that the author turned out to be a phony. Read full review

About the author (1994)

Dr. Ward Churchill is Creek-Cherokee (a member of Keetoowah Band Cherokee). He is one of the strongest and most influential voices of native resistance to colonial oppression in North America. He is both an activist and an intellectual defending the rights of indigenous people across North America and around the world. Dr. Churchill is the Coordinator of American Studies at the Center for Studies of Race and Ethnicity in America at the University of Colorado at Boulder, he is co-director of the Colorado chapter of the American Indian Movement and vice-chair of the American Anti-Defamation Council, he has served as a delegate to the United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations and has served with many other organizations protecting the interests of aboriginal people. Dr. Churchill is a prolific writer on issues affecting indigenous peoples. He has written innumerable articles and many books including "Fantasies of the Master Race", "Indians Are Us?", "Struggle for the Land", and "Since Predator Came".

Bibliographic information