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In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Vine Deloria Jr.'s Custer Died For Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto, anthropologist and President Emeritus of the Museum of Northern Arizona Robert Breunig, Ph.D. discusses how the chapter by Deloria titled Anthropologists and other friends, forced him to "rethink."

Williams' response is part of the Indian Country Today month-long series of contributions on what Deloria's work meant to our readers from all parts of Indian Country.

See related: The headline is still 'Custer Died For Your Sins'

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