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...r own nations but how could they do this if they don’t swallow their pride and accept the positive stereotypes and use them to sell their own products and to create their own cartoons and comics. The first thing that should be done by the poor nations of the Native Americans not just one but all to be exact should rise up and be creative, use art and bring an indigenous renaissance that grabs people 's attention. Like Tal 'Set’ grandson Joshua Fireseed and next in line for the name of Turok says “Only the strong survive, to adapt is to survive. Use all that is given and never falter from the old ways. The bonds of family burn brighter than any star.” (Turok Son of Stone issue 34) To change is not giving up culture but preserving them while time passes. That is why These Positive Stereotypes are necessary for the people not just one but all who suffer from injustice.
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