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Title & Authors Disciplines Themes Tribes
Confronting Racism: Treaty Beer Comes to Washington State

Michelle Aguilar-Wells and Barbara Leigh Smith
CommunicationsPolitical Science and Public Administration ActivismIntergovernmental RelationsLandLaw and JusticeLeadershipRacism and Prejudice
Does Smudging Belong in the Workplace?

Toby Sawyer
Business and ManagementCommunicationsHealthLawNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology Social Work and Sociology Community DevelopmentCultural PreservationFamily and YouthHealth and WellnessHuman ServicesIndian IdentityIndigenous Science
Is Diversity a Mask or a Bridge? The Indian Mascot Debate
By Gary Arthur
Social Work and SociologyCommunicationsEducationHealthNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology ActivismCommunity DevelopmentCultural AppropriationFamily and YouthLaw and JusticeLeadershipMediaRacism and Prejudice
Native American Heath Disparities, what can be done?

Gary Arthur
BiologyCommunicationsEducationHealthHistoryLawMedia StudiesNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationSociology Community DevelopmentFamily and YouthHealth and WellnessHuman DevelopmentHuman ServicesIntergovernmental RelationsLaw and Justice All Tribes
skwadi’lic, Board Feet, and the Cedar Tree

Kurt W. Russo, PhD
AnthropologyCommunicationsEnvironmental StudiesNative American StudiesPsychology Social Work and Sociology ActivismCultural PreservationEnvironmental JusticeIndian IdentityIntergovernmental RelationsLandNatural ResourcesRacism and PrejudiceSacred SitesTreaty Rights and Sovereignty Lummi
The Aftermath of Redskins Indian Mascot Decisions: What’s Next?
Gary Arthur
Social Work and SociologyAnthropologyCommunicationsEducationGeographyHistoryLawNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology ActivismCultural AppropriationEducation ReformFamily and YouthHealth and WellnessIndian IdentityLeadershipMediaRacism and Prejudice
The Twilight Saga and the Quileute Indian Tribe: Opportunity or Cultural Exploitation?
Barbara Leigh Smith
CommunicationsNative American Studies ActivismCommunity DevelopmentCultural AppropriationCultural PreservationEconomic DevelopmentIntergovernmental RelationsMedia Quileute
TRIBAL TV: Is it Worth the Effort?

Frank H. Tyro, PhD, Salish Kootenai College
CommunicationsNative American Studies Cultural PreservationMedia
What should be displayed? Native arts in museums and on the runways
Melanie King
Social Work and SociologyAnthropologyArtCommunicationsHistoryLawNative American StudiesPsychology ActivismCultural AppropriationCultural PreservationFederal and State Relations and PolicyIndian IdentityLaw and JusticeLeadershipMediaSacred Sites
Who has MMIP Task Forces?

Emily Washines
CommunicationsHistoryLawNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration Federal and State Relations and PolicyHuman ServicesIntergovernmental RelationsLaw and Justice
Whose Story Should Be Told
Barbara Leigh Smith
Social Work and SociologyArtCommunicationsHistoryPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology ActivismCultural AppropriationIndian IdentityIntergovernmental RelationsLaw and JusticeLeadershipRacism and Prejudice