Words of Today’s American Indian Women, Ohoyo Makachi: A First Collection of Oratory by American Indian/Alaska Native Women.

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Words of Today’s American Indian Women, Ohoyo Makachi: A First  Collection of Oratory by American Indian/Alaska Native Women.  Washington: U.S. Dept. of Education; Wichita Falls, TX: Prepared and distributed by Ohoyo, Inc., 1981.

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Ruth Dial Woods spoke on “Cross-Cultural Networking,” mentioning N.C.’s Title IV Indian Education projects.  Helen Maynor Scheirbeck discussed the need to combat stereotypes of Indians and of Indian women, and to wipe out hatred of other minorities.

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