17-3 Spring 2006 “Heroes of Today” Table of ContentsFeb 15th, 2006 | By tcj | Category: 17-3: Heroes of Today, Archives
Historical Trauma: Holocaust victims, American Indians recovering from abuses of the past
By Tina Deschenie (Diné)
In this interview, Dr. Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart (Oglala/Hunkpapa Lakota) explains how culture can help heal centuries of pain.
Heroes of Heroes: Everyone has someone to look up to
Dr. Jim Shanley, Dr. Joe McDonald, Wilma Mankiller, Chris Eyre, and Dr. Janine Pease explain whom they most admire.
Walking the Line: Do heroes help us choose the Red Road?
By Dorreen Yellow Bird (Sahnish/Dakota/Lakota)
Violent deaths in the past year at Red Lake and Standing Rock sent this journalist on a search through her own past for answers.
Dear Readers: Deloria’s Vision Lives, Can Still Ignite Fires
By Gerald E. Gipp
Editor’s Essay: Heroes of Today, Rising from the Past
By Marjane Ambler
Profile: Phillip John Young
By Cynthia Lindquist Mala (Spirit Lake Dakota)
Talking Circle: Reading and Writing in a Cross Cultural Classroom
By Dr. Paul Zolbrod
Research: Wisconsin’s Tribal Colleges Overcome Challenges to Enrich Their Communities
By Shannon Murray
Voices: Land Grant Partners Should Help Improve Services
By Dr. Michael V. Martin
By Dr. Maria Yellow Horse B rave Heart and Tina Deschenie
ON THE COVER: Each December, the 300-mile Big Foot Memorial Ride retraces the trail taken by Lakota people, which ended in the Wounded Knee Massacre on Dec. 29, 1890. Photo by Gwendolen Cates.