In the summer of 2007, I was commissioned by the Eugene Little Coyote Administration of the Northern Cheyenne Nation to research and design the content for the Cheyenne Panels of the Indian Memorial at the Little Bighorn National Monument. Follow this link to see the original designs and the completed work.
Posted on 16 January 2014 by Admim | Radio Interview
On December 19, 2013, I was invited to participate in an interview on this internet radio show to discuss some issues pertaining to American Indians. Although the interview lasted for 90 minutes and we discussed a number of topics, ranging from tribal enrollment to Indian rights and justice, the producers and hosts of the show decided to cut the interview to under 30 minutes. You can listen to the interview via podcast or watch the You Tube video below.
Some of the questions were typical from most folks interested in learning about American Indians. I only wish they could have made the entire interview available to those who have lingering questions. We do have an entire discipline of American Indian Studies and offer both undergraduate and graduate courses here at Arizona State University. Litopia After Dark is "the Net's Foremost Literary Salon" and based out of the United Kingdom.
As part of my service to American Indian and Indigenous communities, I am available to host or participate in providing trainings, workshops, and/or guest speaking engagements. Primary topics may include the following: