Let’s honor the many Native Americans who served their country

Posted on AllSides November 11th, 2021
From The Center

One of the great ironies of American history is that Native peoples have fought in every single war the U.S. has engaged in, and yet Native Americans weren’t granted citizenship until 1924, and their access to voting was dependent on each state (Utah was last to grant suffrage in 1962).

Despite this, their commitment to this country continues, with no other demographic serving in the armed forces at the same rate as Native Americans. Because November celebrates Native American Heritage Month and Veterans Day, we want to explore “the warrior spirit” that compels...

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