Originally published 12/01/2017
In her 2012 book she explains that the "Navajo Code Talkers did not have voting rights in Arizona until 1948, after WWII ended.”
Originally published 06/04/2014
The code talkers mission was so secretive they could not talk about it until 23 years after the war ended.
Originally published 05/19/2014
When US military codes kept being broken by the Germans in WW1 a Native American tribe came to the rescue.
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