Maps Show What The Americas Would Look Like if We Were Grateful for Indigenous Culture

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Aaron Carapella, 36, is a self-taught Native historian and cartographer with a degree in business and years of activism under his belt. During the time he spent with the American Indian Movement, he remembers standing arm in arm with other protesters to block government officials and corporations from encroaching onto Native land. But it’s his mapmaking he feels that’s had the biggest impact on forcing America to reckon with its treatment of Native people.


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