Well, I doubt this will get much traction here, because it doesn't contain any of the following: Guns Gay Marriage Refugees Immigration Iran Nuclear Weapons Trump Nope.. none of that in this article! But I hope you do read it, because if what is claimed is true, we have some serious issues with people in teaching positions ignoring our history, rewriting it to fit their mold, or worse (read: bigotry, racism). This isn't a "to the victor goes the spoils" issue, as there were previous claims and admissions that what indeed happened was true, so this could be indicative of a much bigger problem on our hands. Denying one's history is a huge problem, regardless of who you are, where you are from, or what your bloodlines are. This happened basically in my own backyard (Sacramento State Univ. is roughly 7 miles from where I live), and local news picked this up. Like I said, have a read and thanks for reading, even though this isn't as volatile a subject as those above. http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwo...native-student-disagrees-gets-expelled-course Local news picked this up as well. http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2015...te-over-genocide-got-her-kicked-out-of-class/ BL.