"Buried on page 45 of the 2010 Defense Appropriations Act, after pages on the maintenance and operation of the U.S. military, is an official apology to Native American people. Mark Charles, a member of the Navajo Nation, stumbled onto the apology about a year ago after he heard GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney say that he would never apologize for America. That comment didn't sit well with Charles - nobody is perfect, he thought. He wrote a blog post that cited several situations in which he believed it was prudent for America to say sorry. One of them was to native people." Get the Story:
Navajo man wants the nation to hear its official apology
CNN: Mark Charles reads official US apology to Native peoples
Posted: Wednesday, December 19, 2012
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