California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) apologized Tuesday for the state’s history of violence and “genocide” against Native Americans, saying he hoped the belated gesture could help “tell the truth about our past and begin to heal deep wounds.”

Newsom that contained an official apology to Native Americans on behalf of the citizens of California. 

“The State of California hereby recognizes that the State historically sanctioned over a century of depredations and prejudicial policies against California Native Americans,” the order reads, “[and] apologizes … for the many instances of violence, maltreatment and neglect California inflicted on tribes.” 

The order also called for the creation of a Truth and Healing Council to produce a report on the historical relationship between

Read More At Article Source | Article Attribution