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Jul 31, 2017

Native Opinion Episode 89
“EPISODE 89 THEY MAY NEED A TASTE OF THEIR OWN MEDICINE.”


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ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE…


ARTICLE 1:
Title: Non-Natives Wear ‘Ceremonial Eagle Feathers’ and ‘Play Indian’ in Texas Musical: Quanah
‘Quanah’ Play features Grammy winners Larry Gatlin as the Old Ranger and Non-Native David Phelps as Chief Quanah
AUTHOR: Vincent Schilling • May 3, 2017
SOURCE: https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/culture/arts-entertainment/non-natives-wear-eagle-feathers-play-indian-texas-musical-production-quanah/

 

ARTICLE 2:

TITLE: U.S. SENATE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS CHAIRMAN SECURES $15 MILLION FOR MILITARIZED POLICE AT STANDING ROCK
AUTHOR: BY LEVI RICKERT / CURRENTS / 03 MAY 2017
SOURCE: http://nativenewsonline.net/currents/u-s-senate-committee-indian-affairs-chairman-secures-15-million-militarized-police-standing-rock/

 

ARTICLE 3:

TITLE: The Great Man-Made River of Gaddafi: What Happened To It?
DATE: 06 Saturday, May 2017
AUTHOR: by Anon Dos
SOURCE: http://anonhq.com/investigative-great-man-made-river-gaddafi-happened/

 

ARTICLES FROM DISCUSSION ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY…

TITLE: “Debating the Native American Graves”

Opposing viewpoints about NAGPRA were presented in our November/December 1994 issue by the late Clement W. Meighan, then emeritus professor of anthropology at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Larry J. Zimmerman, an archaeologist now at the University of Iowa.

SOURCE: http://archive.archaeology.org/online/features/native/debate.html

 

Article from an Archaeology field school student:

TITLE: “Where Do We Go From Here?”
SOURCE: http://www.archaeologyfieldwork.com/AFW/Message/Topic/37594/Discussions/where-do-we-go-from-here

 

TITLE: “Aborigionalism And The Problems Of Indigenous Archaeology”

Canadian Archaeologist & Author, Robert McGhee’s paper on his perception of the problems to the approach collaboration with Native American and first nations tribes and non-native Archaeologists.

SOURCE: http://blogs.mtroyal.ca/fwiddowson/files/2010/01/Aboriginalism-and-the-problems-of-Indigenous-Archaeology-Robert-McGhee.pdf

TITLE: Voices In Archaeology

A paper authored by Stephen W. Silliman & T.J. Ferguson on “Consultation and Collaboration with Descendant Communities” which looks at the relationship and approach of modern Archaeologists and what the authors define as “Descendant Communities” with a focus on how to interact with tribes, agreements made, ownership of research, and other interesting information.

SOURCE: http://www.faculty.umb.edu/stephen_silliman/Articles/Consultation%20and%20Collaboration%20with%20Descendant%20Communities.pdf