Netwar at Cherry Point, White Power on the Salish Sea / The Wrong Kind of Green, Jay Taber

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April 5, 2016  Dena Jensen

In his report, “Netwar at Cherry Point, White Power on the Salish Sea,” Jay Taber, associate scholar of the Center for World Indigenous Studies and administrative director of the Public Good Project, presents a detailed and important accounting of three years of research on matters related to the Anti-Indian movement in Whatcom County, Washington.  Here is an excerpt from the introduction to Taber’s report:

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