Who is my neighbor?: native Americans as neighbors

We who are more recent immigrants to North America have not always been the best of neighbors to the Native Americans who arrived here before us. Linda Webster reflects on the task of being neighbor to the Native Americans from her position as pastor at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church on the Rock...

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Published in:Word & world
Main Author: Webster, Linda E.
Format: Print Article
Language:English
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Published: Seminaries [2017]
In:Word & world
Year: 2017, Volume: 37, Issue: 1, Pages: 61-70
Further subjects:B Indians of North America Socio-economic conditions
B Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Relations
B Race relations and church Lutheran churches
B Cree Indians
B Church and community
B Indians of North America Health
B Our Saviour's Lutheran Church (Box Elder, Mont)
B Apologizing
B Indians of North America Church history
B Ojibwa Indians
B Indians of North America Missions
B Missions Social aspects
B Racism
B Indians of North America Legal status, laws
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Summary:We who are more recent immigrants to North America have not always been the best of neighbors to the Native Americans who arrived here before us. Linda Webster reflects on the task of being neighbor to the Native Americans from her position as pastor at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church on the Rocky Boy's Reservation in Montana.
ISSN:0275-5270
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