Exploring What It Means to Be Native American There are tens of millions of Native Americans, from different tribes with different languages and philosophies. All, however, are torn between the old ways and the modern world. We discuss what it means to be a Native American today.
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Exploring What It Means to Be Native American

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Exploring What It Means to Be Native American

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Exploring What It Means to Be Native American

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There are tens of millions of Native Americans, from different tribes with different languages and philosophies. All, however, are torn between the old ways and the modern world. We discuss what it means to be a Native American today.

Guest:

Patty Talahongva, producer of Native America Calling

Charlie Hill, Native American comedian

Paloma Hill, Six-Nations Mohawk. Senior at Stanford University.

Loretta Barrett Oden, Native American chef and food historian