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The More Things Change

In 2002, I began working on my first website that would feature ethnographic and self-representations of the Yoeme people in northwest Mexico. I had worked with family members in various Yoeme pueblos since 1992 and I finished my doctoral dissertation in 2002. I received a small grant shortly that...

Not for the Faint-Hearted: ‘The Revenant’

The Revenant is not for the faint hearted as the bloody and brutal violence constantly spews across the big screen like a horrific nightmare. The ambience of the opening scene is cloudy and dark, giving viewers a sense of eeriness, stirring up feelings of terror and suspense.Throughout the the...

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The Strength of Indigenous Women: Making a Difference, Part I

URL: https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/history/people/strength-indigenous-women-making-difference-part/