This time we will be examining a woman named Wilma Mankiller. Mankiller was a feminist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. Yes Mankiller is really her last name. She was declared Woman of the Year in 1987 by the largest feminist publication in history, Ms. Magazine.
Salon.com named her a feminist hero in 2010:
"According to the New York Times, the Cherokee Nation tripled in size in the decade that Mankiller served as chief; during her tenure, employment within the tribe doubled. Mankiller was awarded a Presidential Medal of Freedom by Bill Clinton in 1998 and was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame in 1993. She was an author, a lecturer and a feminist friend and hero to many, including Gloria Steinem, who last month told the Los Angeles Times that in a just country, Mankiller would have been president of the United States."Feminists love her so much that they even wanted to put her on the $10 bill. Quite weird since they think capitalism oppresses them. Here's CNN reporting on it:
But guess what? Wilma Mankiller spearheaded a law that booted black Freedman from the Cherokee nation who are direct descendants of the African slaves the Cherokee nation bought and sold. Quote:"WomenOn20s, an organization that had been working toward choosing the best woman to be featured on the $20 dollar bill, had a vote on the top women who should be on the next dollar bill. This year, the organization narrowed a list of women down to Eleanor Roosevelt, Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks and Wilma Mankiller. After 600,000 people voted, Harriet Tubman was the winner.According to the organization's founder Barbara Ortiz Howard, they presented a petition to President Barack Obama urging him and the Treasury Department to make the change.
The suggestion to change the $10 bill instead of the $20 was based on recommendations from the Advanced Counterfeit Deterrence (ACD) Steering Committee, according to TheNew10.Treasury.gov."
"Mankiller established the law that shut out Cherokee Freedmen from the tribe, and set up a decades-long battle as the black descendants of Cherokee-owned slaves fought to be re-included."More on the Freedmen can be found here:
So once again, we are taught by feminism to worship another feminist woman who discriminated against black people in this country.