Describe what the argument was in NCAIs Proud to Be commercial which was

Describe what the argument was in ncais proud to be

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8.Describe what the argument was in NCAI's "Proud to Be" commercial, which was intended to premiere at the Superbowl. What did the author fHouska seem to argue about Indian mascots in her article "...This Native American Begs to Differ"? Short answer.9.What did Chief Crazy Horse explain about the Pocahontas story? How does this serve as an example of "The Danger of a Single Story"? Short answer.10.What does the key term "Self-Determination" mean? And what is one example of how it applies to the history we've learned?Short answer.oDefinition: the process by which a country determines its own statehood and forms its own allegiances and governmento*refers to a tribe’s right to govern themselves, define their own membership, manage tribal property, and regulate tribal business and domestic relations*oit further solidifies the existence of a government-to-government relationship between tribes and federal government; the process by which a person/people controls their own life
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