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Feb 2, 2016

In this episode we welcome, Melinda Williams, a Navajo and Apache author. Melinda talks about her work as a writer and as an editor. Melinda explains to listeners how she came to love writing, and what it takes to get a book to the publisher. Later in the show, we speak with, Melinda about Oak Flat, sacred land that belongs to the San Carlos Apache tribe. We listen to an interview with Windsler Nosie Sr. of the San Carlos Apache tribe, who talks about Oak Flat, in one of the last few interviews Al Jazeera America does as a media outlet.

2nd half of the show, Mike and Dave deconstruct Nikki Haley's Republican response to the state of the union address, and go into what she describes as "The American Dream" We ask the question "Who's American Dream is she talking about?"

Resources discussed in this episode:

Books by Melinda Elmore Williams

Hundreds Gather at Oak Flat to Fight for Sacred Apache Land:

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South Carolina's Governor Nikki Haley's full republican response to President Obama's State of the Union Address:

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