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Issue 1.3 | Jul/Aug/Sep 1998

Contents

Hugh Danforth | Interviewed by Lisa Mayo

We thought it would be nice for an elder and artist to interview an another elder and artist so we asked Lisa Mayo (Kuna/Rappahannack), community elder and co-founder/member of Spiderwoman Theater to do an interview with Hugh Danforth (Oneida). She finally caught up with Hugh after two weeks of playing telephone tag in three states. He currently lives on the Oneida Nation in Wisconsin, where is a member of the Turtle Clan. Lisa who has known Hugh as a Native person who is an actor. She wanted us to know "he is one of the nicest, most generous people I've met in a long time. He is also talented and handsome-this is what he wants you to know about him... click here for more...

MariJo Moore | by Stan Watty

Moore is the author of Spirit Voices of Bones, Crow Quotes, Stars Are Birds and Other Writings, and Returning to the Homeland - Cherokee Poetry and Short Stories. Her work has appeared in numerous publications including National Geographic, The New York Times Syndicated Press, Indigenous Woman, Native Women in the Arts, News from Indian Country, Indian Artist, The North Carolina Literary Review, Red Ink, and Studies in Native American Literatures. Moore has served on the Board of the North Carolina Writer's Network, is a member of the Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers, Storytellers, and the Speaker's Bureau for the North Carolina Humanities Council. She was project director for the 1997 Native American Literary Heritage Conference at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC, and is presently editing a journal of collected writings by NC American Indians... click here for more...

Thoughts on Repatriation | by Wiley S. Thornton

I would like to talk about the repatriation of sacred materials and the remains of our ancestors. I speak from my experience as a Native American person of Osage and Cherokee blood who started working for the National Museum of the American Indian in the summer of 1993. I speak only for myself and cannot speak for all Native people... click here for more...

Spiderwoman Theatre

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Funding Opportunities

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