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“Looking Back At Alcatraz.” News from Native California. Vol. 23, No. 4, Summer 2010.


“American Indians and American Presidents: National Museum of The American Indian. Smithsonian Institute Press. 2009
“American Indians and Manifest Destiny: A Cosmology of Sense Of Place” in Place & American Indian History, Literature & Culture. University of Wales, Swansea. 2007.
“Native American Resistance and Revitalization in the Era of Self-Determination,” in Mapping Indigenous Locations Through Contestation. University of Oklahoma Press. 2005.
“The Roots of Contemporary Native American Activism,” in Major Problems in American Indian History, 2nd ed. Hurtado, Albert and Peter Iverson, Houghton Mifflin Co. Boston 2001.
"The State and the American Indian: Who Gets The Indian Child?" Wicazo Sa Review. Spring 1999.
"Helplessness, Hopelessness, and Despair: Identifying The Precursors To Indian Youth Suicide," (with Holly Tomren), American Indian Culture and Research Journal, Special Edition: “Disease, Health, and Survival Among Native Americans." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, Volume 23, No. 3. 1999.
"American Indian Activism and Transformation," in American Indian Activism: Alcatraz to the Longest Walk, (with Duane Champagne, and Joane Nagel), University of Illinois Press. 1997.
“The Rise of Red Power.” Winds of Renewal, Time-Life Books, Alexandria, VA, 1996.
"Roots of Contemporary Native American Activism." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, Volume 20, No. 2. Summer 1996
"The Occupation of Alcatraz Island: Roots of American Indian Activism," Wicazo Sa Review: A Journal of Native American Studies, Vol X. No. 2, Fall 1994.
"Race and Gender Relations in the United States: The Rise of the New Left Generation." Political Processes and Political Movements in the West in Modern and Contemporary Time,” Russia: Kuibyshev University, 1994.
“The Government and the Indians: The American Indian Occupation of Alcatraz Island, 1969-1971”, in American Indian Culture and Research Journal, (with John Garvey, Volume 18, No. 4. 1994.

"The Indian Occupation of Alcatraz Island: Twenty-Five Years Later," in American Indian Culture and Research Journal, (with Joane Nagel), Volume 18, No. 4. 1994.


"The Government and the Indians: The American Indian Occupation of Alcatraz Island 1969- 1971," American Indian Culture and Research Journal, (with John Garvey), Volume 18, No. 4, 1994.




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