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What Does It Mean To Be An American Indian In The 21st Century: Delta Points For Traditional and Mainstream Cultures

Posted By: Rudy Bentz on December 28, 2006
 
Any information, please--data, resources, references, titles and, most importantly, people willing to discuss via medium of choice--that might support research and efforts in finding a point or two of conergence within the delta of myth, history, culture, tradition, language, race, education, sexuality, geography, law, justice, morality, ethics, economics, politics, religion, science, agriculture, art, weather, and the simple notion of an individual "me" and a collective "Me" moving together in this delta of having been, being and becoming.

Just a thought.

Thank you.
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 What Does It Mean To Be An American Indian In The 21st Century: Delta Points For Traditional and Mainstream Cultures by Rudy Bentz on December 28, 2006
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