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Poetry Reading by N. Scott Momaday: Symposium on the American Indian 1

Poetry Reading from N. Scott Momaday (Kiowa/Cherokee), Oklahoma Centennial Poet Laureate; Pulitizer Prize winning author; scholar, playwright, storyteller and artist at the Symposium for the American Indian 2008 at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma

Poetry Reading by N. Scott Momaday: Symposium on the American Indian 2

Poetry Reading from N. Scott Momaday (Kiowa/Cherokee), Oklahoma Centennial Poet Laureate; Pulitizer Prize winning author; scholar, playwright, storyteller and artist at the Symposium for the American Indian 2008 at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

Poetry Reading by N. Scott Momaday: Symposium on the American Indian 3

Poetry Reading from N. Scott Momaday (Kiowa/Cherokee), Oklahoma Centennial Poet Laureate; Pulitizer Prize winning author; scholar, playwright, storyteller and artist at the Symposium for the American Indian 2008 at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma

A Man Made of Words - N. Scott Momaday

N. Scott Momaday, a noted Native American author, reads his works and tells anecdotes about his life.

John Trudell: How does tomorrow dream

Moving piece that examines the consequences of the United State's foreign policy.
Check out the award winning 4 & 1/2 star rated documentary "Trudell."
Review by P.J. Heffernan (Amazon customer)

UCF on the Issues speech by Winona LaDuke

It's a masterpiece of speech on sustainability from an Indigenous perspective, and we should all learn from this. Should be shown to every freshman entering a university. - Nicolas Barbier, French documentary film-maker

Winona LaDuke speech at Dole Institute

Winona Laduke tells the reality that we need to re-create as human beings with clarity and coherence. She is a blessing for all of us human beings. In a day and age when most so-called economic and political "leaders" are lost, greedy and/or insane and followed by herds of citizen-sheeps, we all should learn from her. - Nicolas Barbier, French documentary filmmaker