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My people the Native American race have been here for many centuries Since then times change and some things will always stay the same One of those things that have not changed which is important to me is Native Americans political Representation That phrase has so many meanings so many ways to look at it The most important one to me is the overall depiction of the Native American way of life The things we need the things that Native American must have to survive In todays world the Native people are critically outnumbered Which interprets into that the Native population has a small or no voice that is heard but before the pre-Columbus we were the population One thing that can be changed to help the representation of Native people is to have a person preferably a Native American who understands their own people I want to be this person one-day and of course this will take some time There are a few people and organizations that hold a powerful position but have no leverage over the real important people and committees These people are important because they make the laws enforce the laws and interpret the laws Or they have leveraged but work only to help our there own cause I feel that one-day I will have both power and leverage Power and leverage are a few keys that I need if I want to pursue this career It will take understanding my people which cant be forgotten And it will take critical analytical thinking And education will get me this form of thinking which will help me get ideas from paper to reality There a couple ways to get this knowledge college and traditionally Knowledge is the power and thats how everything is connected and evolves around each other If I want to achieve power and leverage its vital that I continue my education after high school To have power and leverage
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