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AMERICAN INDIAN WOMEN POETS: WOMEN BETWEEN THE WORLDS
A book by Estelle Nora Harwit Amrani highlighting the history of
the oral tradition, and examination of the poetry of six top Native
American women poets in their search for identity. A good
source for high school and graduate level term papers.
THE KINAALDA CEREMONY: A DANCE INTO WOMANHOOD
This is a thesis I wrote when I was in the Masters Program in
American Indian Studies at UCLA. It's theme is the coming of age
passage and ritual of the Kinaalda. It has been widely as a quoted
as an important resource in university papers. Please read and respect
the copyright message at the start of the thesis.
My article examines prejudice.
My personal story of how I first become involved in American Indian issues.
NAVAJO CODE TALKERS FACT SHEET
and CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE, LANGUAGE AS
FOUR DIRECTIONS TEACHINGS
a beautiful interactive animated film presentation of Native teachings.
SPIRITUAL ELDERS OF MOTHER EARTH
May 8 Medicine Wheel Nearly Complete - The massive Medicine Wheel Ceremony
that will encircle the Rocky Mountains in the American West on May 8, 2004 is nearly
complete. Sites around the Wheel have been set, local contact people have come
forward to help focus the ceremonies, and preparations are underway.
Our mission is to bring a deeper understanding of how you can help improve the
health of our earth.
AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT
Grand Governing Council.
QALIPU MI'KMAQ FIRST NATION
WOTANGING IKCHE - Native American News
Robert O. Young,
Red Feather Development Group
P.O. Box 52652
Bellevue, WA 98015-2652
PH: (425) 453-7188
FAX: (425) 453-5018
WOMEN'S HISTORY ALIVE!
An expert on women's history, Sandra Hansen has created a
number of fascinating one woman plays and workshops.
These historic plays each focus on different time periods
from 1850s to the present. This site also contains a trivia
quiz, information on workshops, lists hundreds of books
on women, resources, and has costuming information.
CALIFORNIA'S NATIVE NEWS
The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts, Inc. (SWAIA)
is a not-for-profit organization established in 1922 to support
and preserve American Indian cultures.
THE GATHERING OF NATIONS
MALI AND THE DOGON TRIBE
This site also has excellent photography of Mali.
Note the similarities between the Dogon and Hopi.
SPIRITUAL & SACRED PROPHECY
FOR THE NEW MILLENIUM
A great site for healing, women's moon lodges, spiritual
teachings, etc. And while there, read
Mac's wonderful poetry.
Were American Indians really the first indigenous peoples
of North America? Here are the surprising facts many
people don't want you to know.
THE OFFICIAL WEB SITE OF THE JATIBONICU TAINO TRIBE
NATIVE LANGUAGE RESOURCES ON THE WEB:
A great source is Resources for languages on the web, and
NATIVE AMERICAN RIGHTS FUND
NATIVE LANGUAGES PAGE
ANASAZI & KOKOPELLI
Explanation of Kokopelli and Anasazi and links to other sites.
And another site for KOKOPELLI.
And a Kokopelli story.