March 2014
Native Peoples Magazine;Mar/Apr2014, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p12
The article presents Native American news briefs as of March/April 2014 on topics including the Phoenix Indian School Legacy Project renovation effort by the Native American Connections and Phoenix Indian Center nonprofit organizations; the election of Swinomish Chairman Brian Cladoosby as president of the U.S. National Congress of American Indians, and the honoring of Cree/Métis actress Tantoo Cardinal during the Native FilmFest in Palm Springs, California.


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