Catching up

So, I’ve not posted in a while. I know that some folks got really interested in the Postcards from Indian Country Project.  This was really exciting to see.  It was exciting enough, that I am now working on turning the concept of the Postcards from Indian Country project into a book. That’s right, a publishing […]

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NATIVE PUBLIC MEDIA (NPM) SEEKS BTOP PROJECT FEDERAL GRANTS CONSULTANT

NPM seeks an experienced Federal Grant writer/consultant to develop a proposal for submission to the Broadband Technologies Opportunities Program (BTOP) administered by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce. BTOP GRANT PROPOSAL DUE BETWEEN: February 15 and March 15, 2010. Native Public Media: Mission: Strengthening and expanding the voice […]

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A Busy Spring…

Just a comment on the crazy spring I have had and am now emerging from!  In the past 6 weeks I have started a new business (Homahota Consulting), gained four new clients (Native Public Media, Arizona State University American Indian Policy Center, Arizona Native Assets Coalition, and Native American Basketball Invitational), and taken 3 trips […]

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Prepping the Manuscript for Submission

This is the final week of manuscript preparations on the Native American Voices textbook.  This week it is off to Prentice-Hall! It has been a lot of work and I am still knee deep in editing the art portion of the manuscript.  However, the hard copies of both the art manuscript and the entire manuscript, […]

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On Obama

“But will Obama ever be able to do enough to satisfy us all?” This is a very interesting statement. Anyone have any thoughts about this?  Check out the Newsweek article The Audacity of Hoping; that’s where this quote is from [clearspring_widget title=”Widget” wid=”47ed6adf5dd4b967″ pid=”497ba3bf3938a878″ width=”400″ height=”300″ domain=”widgets.clearspring.com”]

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“The red man can get ahead man…”

So I am just wondering what Indian Country thinks of this statement at the inauguration: “…we ask you to help us work for that day when black will not be asked to get in back, when brown can stick around … when yellow will be mellow … when the red man can get ahead, man; […]

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Today’s Topic is Native Nation Building…

Today I am working on writing an introductory section of the Native Voices Text. It is on Tribal Sovereignty and Nation Building.  I just taught a class on this subject in the fall, so it is fresh in my mind. But, there is so much to say, I am having difficulty putting it into layman’s […]

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Editor in Training…

I am overwhelmed with work right now. Since August, I have been working with Susan Lobo and Steve Talbot on the 3rd Edition of the popular Native American Studies textbook, Native American Voices: A Reader for Pearson/Prentice Hall.  I am honored to be a co-editor with these two well respected academics! We are down to […]

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