Is “removed to the state” the politically correct terminology? What language do members of different tribes prefer? Does this choice of language matter? I’m inclined to think it matters a great deal.“Trail of Tears” as a descriptive phrase conveys different images and a different meaning than “removed to the state.” Words matter. Words can be powerful. Use them wisely. Article link:
http://newsok.com/cottons-price-rise-stitches-a-thread-of-cheer/article/3512484 Sent from my iPad
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