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The United States Must Reckon With Its Own Genocides

The United States Must Reckon With Its Own Genocides

Today is Indigenous Peoples Day in the United States, and U.S. President Joe Biden has become the first president ever to issue a proclamation marking the day. But the United States can do far more. Just as Canada is reckoning with its genocidal history of colonization, so must the United States. This is not only a moral necessity at home but one vital if Washington wants to be a credible opponent of abusive regimes worldwide.

Read the full Op-Ed on Foreign Policy.

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