Hopi professor says Indian culture is a living state of human affairs

Title
Hopi professor says Indian culture is a living state of human affairs
Author
E. Sekaquaptewa
Article Date
October 11, 1973
Article Abstract
The UofA anthropology professor discusses the problem of Indian/non-Indian attitudes. Anglos see Indian life as a quaint, historical artifact, rather than as a contemporary culture
Language
English
Journal Title
Qua' Toqti
Journal Volume
1
Page Number(s)
2
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