Another Stereotype of the Month entry:
Hello. I've attached a stereotype-related cartoon from the current issue of Reader's Digest.
This cartoon implies that totem poles are a fundamental part of Indian cultures in general. Wrong.
Also, it implies that totem poles are an ancient rather than modern custom. Wrong.
Most important, it implies that Indian cultures are all about gambling—specifically slot machines—and not much else. Wrong.
The facts about Indian gaming
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