I am compelled to understand what led to war and planned genocide of a people.Read More The Modoc tribe survives
The Oregon-California border held lands that were traditionally Modoc country.Read More Modocs as they were
It’s the time when scheduled appointments are picking up because it’s the end of the school year. Aside from the ballet performance and it’s multitudinous rehearsals, Miss T is due to graduate from middle school and then my daughter will be a high-schooler. It’s more of an adjustment for me than for her. Am I […]Read More 8th grade graduation
It is frustrating when groups of stereotypically “intelligent” people such as scientists are the ones furthering ignorance, discrimination, and destructive hegemony.Read More Thoughts of Ancient One / Kennewick Man
It couldn’t possibly have been “discovered” as late as 1872, unless our only point of reference is white folk (…she says, tongue-in-cheek)Read More Shoshone petroglyph Map Rock
Being Cherokee does not mean entitlement, but rather results in an obligation to give to the community.Read More Cherokee Chief Chad Smith
I just wanted to be legitimately Indian.Read More I am an Indian!
We were treated with the delight of the knowledge that there would be no wake up call this time.Read More Home is the best destination