Author Topic: book, "Don't Know Much About Indians (but I wrote a book about us anyways)"  (Read 7483 times)

Offline Pono Aloha

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This wonderful book is by Gyasi Ross, a member of the Blackfeet Tribe, a journalist and attorney. Here's the link to the book on amazon http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0983811806/ref=cm_cr_mts_prod_img and to his website http://www.dkmai.com/ - I'd put this in non-frauds but understand everything starts here -- and hey, *I* don't know much about Indians  ;D

Offline earthw7

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he is a great writer and makes me laugh ;D
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Offline debbieredbear

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He is a great person. My husband worked with him for a few years.

Offline Pono Aloha

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Someone told me he is in Hawaii? I love this book - just bought a few more copies for some of my favorite Hawaiians. His writing reminds me of something my Hawaiian cousin once said, "The biggest disease of Hawaiians is a sense of entitlement."

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I only know that he is Blackfeet and Suquamish. Could also be Hawaiian, I don't know.

Offline Pono Aloha

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I didn't mean to imply he is Hawaiian, just that he might be physically located in Hawaii.

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last I heard Seattle, but that could have changed.