The honor tax does not impose values on any nor does it seek to prescribe that one tribe is more deserving than another. it, to me, is something that sparks dialogue and is a jump off point to discover the past of the area in which one lives and works. if someone is concerned about the land, or the money for that matter, then find a way a make it right. its personal. there is no room for slander upon the organizations that are helping spread the word, as its not about them or who runs the show, but the idea itself. paying an honor tax is about showing the tribe whose land you occupy that you understand where you are and honor that which is not yours, its personal so make it work for you.
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In Print This Week:
Jan 12, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 2
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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