Media and Information

Volume 6, No. 1 – Summer 1994

Features

Opinion

  • Don’t Stop the Presses

    NY PRINTING INDUSTRIESThere is no shortage of information in Indian communities. Newspapers, radio and television make their way onto even the most iso­lated reservations. “One need only drive from Window Rock to Tuba City [Arizona] and see satellite dishes next to hogans to know that the reservation is changing,”

Profile

  • Not Just Another Wannabe

    One of the two valedictorians at the Navajo Community College graduation this spring looked a little out of place. Like the other graduates, she was dressed in tradi­tional Navajo attire: a cotton three-layered skirt, moccasins, and turquoise jewelry. Unlike most of the other students, however, Maribel came to the Navajo community by choice, not by birth.

Media Reviews

  • In The Absence of the Sacred

    IN THE ABSENCE OF THE SACREDBy Jerry Mander
    Sierra Club Books, 1991
    446 pages. $14

    Review by Brian Palecek

    A Sense of the Sacred

    Jerry Mander is best known for a book published in 1977 with the outrageous title,

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