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"So decolonization is primarily a process for recently-colonized BIPOC (black indigenous people of color) to return to their traditions, sovereignty and landbase that was taken by force (and false treaties)."
Thanks for the reply. You mention two things here. Can you be more specific? How do you propose this playing out in the Lower 48,for example, with a population now of around 300 million? What happens to the others who live there and are non Indigenuos, the vast majority?