On Apache Pizza and the Globalization of American Indian Cultural Appropriation
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By Adam Hoffman, Guest Contributor
Given my lack of international travel experience, I had assumed that appropriation of American Indian culture was simply an American problem. But, it was standing outside of Apache Pizza in Dublin, Ireland that I witnessed the power of globalization. I realized the problem of appropriation of American Indian culture has moved well beyond the borders of the United States and is truly an international problem.
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