[Blackstudies-l] Race/Related: ‘It’s Like We’re Having a Cultural Book-burning.’ A Crisis for American Indians as Tribal Elders Die From the Pandemic

Maria Lima lima at geneseo.edu
Sat Jan 16 10:33:19 EST 2021


"Joe Biden’s Looming War on White Supremacy" and a lot more.
The virus has killed American Indians at especially high rates, and the
culture crisis is immense.
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January 16, 2021
Earth is shoveled onto the coffins of Jesse “Jay" Taken Alive and his wife
Cheryl Taken Alive, during their burial at a family cemetery near Ft.
Yates, N.D., on Dec. 26, 2020.Victor J. Blue for The New York Times
‘It Takes Your Breath Away,’ the High Rate of Deaths of American Indians

By Jack Healy

STANDING ROCK RESERVATION, N.D. — The virus took Grandma Delores first,
silencing an 86-year-old voice that rang with Lakota songs and stories.
Then it came for Uncle Ralph, a stoic Vietnam veteran. And just after
Christmas, two more elders of the Taken Alive family were buried on the
frozen North Dakota prairie: Jesse and Cheryl, husband and wife, who died a
month apart.

“It takes your breath away,” said Ira Taken Alive, the couple’s oldest son.
“The amount of knowledge they held, and connection to our past.”

One by one, those connections are being severed as the coronavirus tears
through ranks of Native American elders, inflicting an incalculable toll on
bonds of language and tradition that flow from older generations to the
young.

“It’s like we’re having a cultural book-burning,” said Jason Salsman, a
spokesman for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation in eastern Oklahoma, whose
grandparents contracted the virus but survived. “We’re losing a historical
record, encyclopedias. One day soon, there won’t be anybody to pass this
knowledge down.”
“It takes your breath away,” said Ira Taken Alive, the oldest son of Jesse
“Jay” Taken Alive and his wife Cheryl Taken Alive, who died a month apart.
“The amount of knowledge they held, and connection to our past.”Victor J.
Blue for The New York Times

The loss of tribal elders has swelled into a cultural crisis as the
pandemic has killed American Indians and Alaska Natives at nearly twice the
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of white people, deepening what critics call the deadly toll of a tattered
health system
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and generations of harm and broken promises by the U.S. government.

The deaths of Muscogee elders strained the tribe’s burial program. They
were grandparents and mikos, traditional leaders who knew how to prepare
for annual green-corn ceremonies and how to stoke sacred fires their
ancestors had carried to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears. One tiny Methodist
church on the reservation recently lost three cherished great-aunts who
would sneak candy and smiles to restless children during Sunday services.

“We’ll never be able to get that back,” Mr. Salsman said.

Tribal nations and volunteer groups are now trying to protect
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elders as a mission of cultural survival.
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Sisters Jessie Taken Alive-Rencountre, left, and Nola Taken Alive, right,
and their children say their final goodbyes to their parents Jesse “Jay"
Taken Alive and his wife Cheryl Taken Alive.Victor J. Blue for The New York
Times

Navajo women started a campaign
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to deliver meals and sanitizer to high-desert trailers and remote homes
without running water, where elders have been left stranded
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by quarantines and lockdowns of community centers. Some now post colored
cardboard in their windows: green for “OK,” red for “Help.”

In western Montana, volunteers led by a grocery-store worker put together
turkey dinners and hygiene packets to deliver to Blackfeet Nation elders.
In Arizona, the White Mountain Apache sent out thermometers and pulse
oximeters and taught young people to monitor their grandparents’ vital
signs.
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Jesse “Jay" Taken Alive and his wife Cheryl Taken Alive.Victor J. Blue for
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Across the country, tribes are now putting elders and fluent Indigenous
language speakers at the head of the line for vaccinations. But the effort
faces huge obstacles. Elders who live in remote locations often have no
means to get to the clinics and hospitals where vaccinations are
administered. And there is deep mistrust of the government in a generation
that was subjected without consent to medical testing, shipped off to
boarding schools and punished for speaking their own language in a
decades-long campaign of forced assimilation.

About a year into the pandemic, activists say there is still is no reliable
death toll of Native elders. They say their deaths are overlooked or
miscounted, especially off reservations and in urban areas, where some 70
percent of Indigenous people live.
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Adding to the problem, tribal health officials say their sickest members
can essentially vanish once they are transferred out of small reservation
health systems to larger hospitals with intensive-care units.
The children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Jesse “Jay" Taken
Alive and his wife Cheryl Taken Alive, gather at their home in McLaughlin,
SD.Victor J. Blue for The New York Times

The virus claimed fluent Choctaw speakers
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and dressmakers from the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. It took a
Tulalip family matriarch in Washington State, then her sister and
brother-in-law. It killed a former chairman
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of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation in California who spent decades fighting to
preserve Native arts and culture. It has killed members of the American
Indian Movement, a group founded in 1968
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that became the country’s most radical and prominent civil rights
organization for American Indian rights.

On the Navajo Nation, where 565 of the reservation’s 869 deaths are among
people 60 and older, the pandemic has devastated the ranks of
hataałii, traditional
medicine men and women.

When the virus exploded across the Navajo Nation, traditional healers who
use prayer, songs and herbs as treatments tried to protect themselves with
masks and gloves. They wrapped ceremonial objects in plastic. They set hand
sanitizer outside traditional hogan dwellings.

But people came, seeking help with their grief or prayers for ailing
relatives. And the healers got sick.
The Ft. Yates Indian Health Service Hospital on the Standing Rock
Reservation in Ft. Yates, ND.Victor J. Blue for The New York Times

Now, remote meetings of the Diné Hataałii Association, a group of Navajo
medicine men and women, include updates on who has died, members said. The
roster of loss now includes Avery Denny’s 75-year-old grandfather and
78-year-old aunt, who both died of the virus.

“When they pass on, all that knowledge is gone forever, never to be
retained,” said Mr. Denny, a member of the association and professor at
Diné College. “It’s just lost.”

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President Barack Obama Talks to Jesmyn Ward About A Promised Land [Vanity
Fair
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Joe Biden’s Looming War on White Supremacy [The Atlantic
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White Terrorism Often Leads to Harsher Punishment for People of Color [The
Marshall Project
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‘No One Took Us Seriously’: Black Cops Warned About Racist Capitol Police
Officers for Years [ProPublica
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Those We’ve Lost
Ted Lumpkin Jr., a Tuskegee Airman, Dies at 100

In World War II, he was among a barrier-shattering group of Black pilots
and support personnel. He died of complications of Covid-19.

By Neil Genzlinger
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Working
Women of Color Were Making Progress. Then the Coronavirus Hit.

Those hard-won gains were never guaranteed to last. Now we’re seeing just
how precarious they were all along.

By Diane Coyle
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IFC Films
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Critic’s Pick
‘MLK/FBI’ Review: King, Hoover and the Tale of the Tape

Sam Pollard’s fascinating documentary chronicles the F.B.I. director’s
obsession with the private life and political affiliations of the civil
rights leader.

By A.O. Scott
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How
White Evangelical Christians Fused With Trump Extremism

A potent mix of grievance and religious fervor has turbocharged the support
among Trump loyalists, many of whom describe themselves as participants in
a kind of holy war.

By Elizabeth Dias and Ruth Graham
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Critic’s Notebook
Why a Vogue Cover Created an Uproar Over Kamala Harris

The vice president-elect is on the cover of the U.S. fashion magazine. Many
people were not happy with the result.

By Vanessa Friedman
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How
High-End Restaurants Have Failed Black Female Chefs

Training and advancement as a chef can be hard to find in American
fine-dining restaurants, according to Black women who have tried.

By Korsha Wilson
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The
Race to Lead Boston Is Suddenly Wide Open

The selection of Mayor Martin J. Walsh as labor secretary has shaken up the
mayoral race in Boston, which has struggled with police reform and an
extreme racial wealth gap.

By Ellen Barry
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