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View Diary: DKos Tour Series: People Of The Blue-Green Water (Havasupai) (24 comments)

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  •  Completely gorgeous. I've heard of this place (0+ / 0-)

    but never knew much about it. Too bad the people had to suffer so long waiting for the government to do even a little of the right thing.

    The red cliffs, white falls and turquoise waters are as beautiful as anyplace I've ever seen. Thank you for giving us this beautiful diary.

    •  Ah, meant to ask you about the artist (0+ / 0-)

      who did the lovely painting? I can't quite read the name.

    •  our government. . . (2+ / 0-)
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      cv lurking gf, RiveroftheWest

      learns, or should learn, by its past mistakes. I know we've come a long way in the human rights march, and that's a very good thing about America: we tend not to hide our dirty laundry, as it were, at least the sleuthing by historians who want to get the picture right. And we generally do. But, yes, our historical path is also tainted with mistreatment of people, and that mistreatment began with the unscrupulous politics given the likes of the Department of the Interior (early on), the Secretary of State (again, early on), and the whole shebang of insensitive politicians and scheming enterprising types who didn't know how to play fair with others. Certainly is a topic rift for someone in our community to pick up on (as a diary series) and so who's going to pick up the gauntlet? As always, thanks for posting your comments and for the support. Very happy you liked this particular diary, too.

      Treat the world (yourself, and others) as part of a living organism. Everyone and everything will benefit.

      by richholtzin on Sun Apr 28, 2013 at 05:28:41 AM PDT

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