The “English-only” Movement began in the early 1980s as an effort to change national immigration law and bilingual services. While the loose affiliation of political organizations within this “movement” have had most of their success at the state level,
During the Vietnam War, a Blackfeet man, Marvin Weatherwax, and three other soldiers were captured by the enemy. They hung the soldiers by the arms along the wall and asked,
Agnes “Oshanee” Kenmille says she seeks out young people because they make her smile. But she’s also worried about their future if it doesn’t include learning traditional ways. “I have a lot of young friends,” the Salish elder says. “Lots of young friends. The others, the older ones, always ask me why. I say it’s because the young ones laugh a lot. They have humor.”
by Walter C. Fleming
Penguin Group Inc. USA (2003). 311 pages.
Review by Tracey Jilot
Gone are the days when history buffs had to wade through textbook after textbook for information about Native Americans,
By Gary S. Wheeler, editor, 4th edition, Info-Tec (2002), Elyria, OH.
ISBN: 0-940017-31-8 $39.95
Review by Jane Kirby
There have been a lot of changes in higher education since the 3rd edition of this resource was published 10 years ago.
by Andrew Gulliford
University Press of Colorado (2000), Boulder, CO. 286 pages.
ISBN0-87081-579-2 Paperback $29.95
Review by Holly Ristau
“Indians have many more sacred places than do non-Indians …because of our considerably longer tenure on this continent,” according to Vine Deloria,
Review By Michael Wassegijig Price
Real Indians is a photographic glimpse into the personal lives of the people of the greatest educational movement of the 20th century,