Monthly Archives: April 2009

Macho B Died for Your Sins: Western vs. Indigenous Perspectives on the Killing of the Last Borderlands Jaguar

On March 2, 2009, Macho B, quite possibly the last wild free-roaming jaguar in the United States died at the hands of man.  He was not killed by a trophy hunter desiring another wall mount, or a beautiful spotted pelt … Continue reading

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Native America Calling Broadcast: Of Nature and Natives

On April 17, 2009,  Dan Wildcat and I were invited to be studio guests on the radio talk show Native America Calling in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  The topic of this program: “Of Nature and Natives.” For those unfamiliar with Native … Continue reading

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Q’orianka Kilcher’s Presentation at Northwest Indian College

Presentation at NWIC by Q’orianka Kilcher. On Wednesday, March 4, 2009, Q’orianka Kilcher, a 19 year old Native American actress and Indigenous rights and environmental activist spoke to my PHILS 140 class at Northwest Indian College. Miss Kilcher – perhaps … Continue reading

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