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Native American Heritage in Mesa, AZ–November 2021

November is Native American Heritage Month. The Mesa Public Schools NAEP celebrated a fabulous Heritage Night at Westwood High School. The evening was filled with Native royalty, sizzling dance performances, and a heart-felt community spirit. The evening started with an … Continue reading

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Black Snake says, Where’s Oil, There Are Spills

This can’t wait any longer. The Huntington Beach oil spill on October 4th, 2021, reminded me again. 25,000 gallons of crude oil flowed into the ocean. As the beach cleanup goes on, residents can apply for federal disaster loans. But … Continue reading

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Im Jittoa Bo’o: My Healing Journey, by Dr. John W. Molina

Dr. John W. Molina is a remarkable health professional and activist. I met him first at my own house, when he attended my friend Renate Mousseux’s launch party for her memoir, Renatle, Mosaic of Life. Renate had known Dr. Molina … Continue reading

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Timbisha–A Marble-ous Poem

Timbisha, a poem by Beverly Rubik. This was written on a New Year’s trip to Death Valley, California.

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