20-3 Spring 2009 – “Tribal Athletes Fight for their Place” Table of Contents

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20-3 TRIBAL ATHLETES FIGHT FOR THEIR PLACEFeatures

Counting Coups on the Courts: Coaches push athletes to get fit, study, graduate
By Patty Talahongva (Hopi/Tewa)
Hoops are the gig for the Salish Kootenai College Bison, Little Big Horn College Rams, and Blackfeet Community College Pikuni, while the Haskell Lady Indians volley balls.

Cross Country, Rodeo, Archery – Navajo athletic programs give students running start
By Natasha Kaye Johnson (Diné/Arab)
Diné College offers rodeo, archery, and champion men’s and women’s cross country teams to the tribal sports world. Rodeo is the hub at Navajo Technical College.

How One Class Experienced Cultural Immersion
By Virginia Allery, Ph.D. (Turtle Mountain Chippewa)
Students from two North Dakota tribal colleges encountered Somali and urban cultures on their class trip to Minneapolis.

Departments

Dear Readers: “Divisive Mascot Issue Should be Addressed”
By Carrie Billy

Editor’s Essay: “Red Sweat and Guts: Our Athletes Love to Play”
By Tina Deschenie

Profile: “Jessie McDonald: Determined Student Leader Lives Life Her Way”
By Tina Deschenie

Talking Circle: “We Are All Composed of Stardust”: Haskell experiment empowers learning
By Lorene Williams

Voices: “Dakota Seek Harmony with Universe”
By Cynthia Lindquist Mala, Ph.D.

Media Reviews
By Patty Lambert, Bradley G. Shreve, and Michael W. Simpson

Tribal College News

Resource Guide
By Darryl Monteau (Kiowa/Apache/Comanche)

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