How kind of you to offer, and thanks for asking. I'd love to read your
article, and will be happy to publish it in Native Village. My next news
issue is planned for September. However, our house is up for sale, so if we
do sell, then I'll have to postpone publishing it for a couple months until
we move if you don't mind the wait. (Native Village is a personal project of
love created in my home office. Out of pocket. There's no one to fall back
on if I can't get things done, lol)
Johnny's photo, alone, shows part of his story. He is dancing from inside
himself, and one can almost feel the ancestors dancing beside and inside
Maybe this doesn't make sense, and I've never asked anyone this question
before, but while writing Johnny's article, did you feel that you were
writing from outside yourself and someone else helped guide the words? It's
just a feeling that came to me while looking at his photo.
Have a great day out there in sunny California.
In a message dated 6/7/2012 12:39:50 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
you...and I wonder if you could put something I wrote to good
an article on
Village offers two monthly p for News form Native California
which just went through a not real smooth change of editors.
They chose not to use anything the former editor had put
together. I am looking for a home for the article. Johnny is 20
years old, a tribal member of the Tule River Yokuts. He wants to
be the tribal chair when he is old enough, and he's known it
since he was a child. He is also a grass dancer and has been
clean and sober his entire life. His whole deal is about
inspiring youth to be themselves and be the best they can be.
the chance I can send you the article and the images we have to
got with it? I'm sening a picture I took of him in Bakersfield
just so you can get a feel for who he is.
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- send a friend request to Corina Roberts or join the
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The Forest Recovery Project is sponsored, in part, by
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Los Angeles County Arts Commission,
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Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2012 22:58:44 -0400
Subject: Re: Redbird - thank you and two shots...
Sorry you didn't win, but you're still #1 to many
Keep up the good work.
Director, Native Village Publications
Internet Youth Forum for The International Council
of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers
Project Consultant, "For the Next 7 Generations"
In a message dated 6/6/2012 8:12:36 P.M. Eastern
Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
Just a quick note to say thank you to all of
you, whether you voted or not for us to win
a new Toyota in Toyota's 100 Cars For Good
Program. We did not win, but we are no less
grateful for your support, and if you are in
southern California, we'd like to invite you
to a few upcoming events:
Redbird's 12th Children of Many Colors
Native American Powwow, July 20-22 at
Moorpark College in Ventura County;
Our first Open House at the Chilao
School property, Angeles National
Forest, August 18 from 10 AM to 4PM;
Our annual Blanket, Toy and School
Supplies Drive, the first Saturday in
December at the Simi Valley Library
Community Room (in Ventura County).
Thank you so very much, once again, for
(we are all related)
Follow the Forest Recovery Project
on Facebook - send a friend request to
Corina Roberts or join the new Forest
Recovery Project group.
The Forest Recovery Project is
sponsored, in part, by the Los Angeles
County Board of Supervisors through the
Los Angeles County Arts Commission,
Southern California Edison's
Native American Alliance, and
Ralphs/Food 4 Less