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A Rattle of Individual Voices and Tires by Kim Shuck
Abrazando la Diversidad en la Escritura by Aurora Garcia
Altar of Unknown by Lisa Marie Rollins
An All-American Korean American 4th of July by Terra Trevor
An Interview with Author Kim Shuck
APACHE DANCE IN LOOSE PARK by Linda Rodriguez
Back to the Blanket: Recovered Rhetorics and Literacies in American Indian Studies (American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series) by Kimberly G. Wieser
Bear, Coyote, Raven and Some Sweet, Sweet Berries: A Chumash Story Told by Alan Salazar
Book War by Wang Ping
Cathedral of Leaves by Linda Borden
Cedar Songs, Left Behind by Linda Borden
Cesar Love Poetry by Cesar Love
Chapter Four #49 Bear Child Blvd. by Kimberly Roppolo
Children of The Dragonfly: The Book as Village By Robert Bensen
Children of the Powwow by Terra Trevor
CONSIDERING OCEANS by Linda Rodriguez
Contaminated Culture: Native People Struggle with Tainted Resources
Copper Miner’s Great Granddaughter Reflects by Margie Perscheid
Dances With Halmoni By Sook Wilkinson
DEAR SIERRA: AN OPEN LETTER TO CALIFORNIA FOURTH GRADERS...
DEER-MICE SINGING UP PARNASSUS by Carter Revard
"Doppelgängers: A Nativity Ode" (if only Columbus had…) by Carter Revard
Driving Toward Yes by Dawn Downey
From Michoacan, Mexico to California: A Latina Writer Reflects by Aurora Garcia
Fresh Wildness by Rebecca Hatcher Travis
Ghost Dance By Chip Livingston
Goodbye Christopher Columbus by Terra Trevor
Homeland Insecurity by Dawn Downey
How the Land was Lost: El Potrero by Deborah Miranda
Hunted by Kim Shuck
I Learned All My Spanish in School by E.K. Keith
If I Ever Get Out of Here by Eric L. Gansworth
In the Purple and Blue of It by Kimberly L. Becker
Jump by Trace A. DeMeyer
Korean 1st Birthday By Betsy Schaffer
Let The Music In by Dawn Downey
Loosening Our Tongues By RainPrud’homme-Cranford (Goméz)
Lord Have Mercy for These Days by Alice Rose Crow
Mexico and the USA: My Motherland and Fatherland by Aurora Garcia
My Name is Not My Face by Betsy Schaffer
My Year at the Shelter: by Terra Trevor
THANKSGIVING: An American Indian Perspective by Terra Trevor
Trouble Song by Kim Shuck
Navajo Quilt Maker Susan Hudson Pays Tribute to Plains Ledger Art
Nomenclature, Miigaadiwin, a Forked Tongue by Aja Couchoi
Okie Survival and WINNING THE DUST BOWL by Carter Revard
Old Pictures of Mom by Jen Hilzinger
Once Upon A River by Tiffany Midge
One More Reason Why We Need Diverse Lit by Linda Rodriguez
On Native Ground by Rebecca Hatcher Travis
Orange Dream by Wang Ping
Orenoque,Wetumka, and Other Poems by Robert Bensen
Our Blood Remembers by Lois Red Elk
Owning Difference by Terra Trevor
Picked Apart the Bones by Rebecca Hatcher Travis
Privilege by M. Carmen Lane
Punta del Este Pantoum by Chip Livingston (from SING: Poetry from the Indigenous Americas)
Red and White . . . and Blue by Sara Sue Hoklotubbe
Rejecting cancer cliches that deal in terms of winning or losing by Terra Trevor
Remembering Auntie Out Loud by Terra Trevor
Ridin’ the 40 Home by Rain Prud'homme-Cranford
Riot Call by Kim Shuck
Rock Collection by Cesar Love
Rosalia in her 90s by Kim Shuck
Saboulet by Michelle Pichon
Scenes From a Naturalist’s Sketchbook by Tiffany Midge
Shaking the Snow by Kimberly L. Becker
She's Awake by Dawn Downey
Sky Woman by M. Carmen Lane
Something to Do on a Dark, Windy Day by Michelle Pichon
Storied Perspectives: Embracing Difference, Getting to Know Heewon Azad
Storied Perspectives: Embracing Difference, An Interview with Terra Trevor
Tending the Fire: Native Voices and Portraits
Tsi’sdu on the Desert by Linda Boyden
This Place by Linda Boysen
The Role of the Poet in Contemporary Culture(s)
Tiffany Midge "Outlaws, Renegades and Saints"
The House. Death. Dad. Thank you. by Diane René Christian
The Spirits Need Us As Much As We Need Them by MariJo Moore
THREE O’CLOCK IN THE MORNING, ALONE by Linda Rodriguez
THREE DREAMS DEEP by Marijo Moore
Tomol Evening: California's Indigenous People by Terra Trevor
Tomol Trek: California Indians Regathering a Tradition by Terra Trevor
Voices by Diane Christian
Washing the Blankets by Kimberly L. Becker
When a Child Dies by Terra Trevor
Weeping Women by Rain Prud'homme-Cranford
Black Molasses by Cesar Love Light cannot pass through me I swallow every spark I put out each candle I smother the streetlamp I dou...
Back to the Blanket: Recovered Rhetorics and Literacies in American Indian Studies (American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series) by Kimberly G. WieserFor thousands of years, American Indian cultures have recorded their truths in the narratives and metaphors of oral tradition. Stories, la...
Susan Hudson, a member of the Kinyaa’a’anii or Towering House clan of the Navajo Nation, is a rising star on the ...
By Wang Ping I discovered “The Little Mermaid” in 1969. That morning, when I opened the door to light the stove to make breakfast, I found...
By Linda Boyden She stayed behind, the mother of my grandfathers, not by choice, his or hers: theirs. Singled out, she was, by sol...
By Robert Bensen Blacksnake at the Iroquois Festival We set three paper plates in th...
In the book Our Blood Remembers, Lois Red Elk weaves together a series of anecdotes and thoughts from her lifetime...
by Terra Trevor In mixed race America all of our individual histories and cultures matter, yet since 1937, on the second Monday in October...
by Jiae Azad When my mother, Heewon Azad, left Korea for the California coast at the age of 23, she was going against expectations. Unl...
by Jiae Azad An an interview with author Terra Trevor Terra Trevor is a woman with varied roots. With Cherokee, Delaware, Seneca, a...