The Best American Indian Movement - September 2019

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Laura Waterman Wittstock

Laura Waterman Wittstock is president and CEO of Both Wittstock & Associates.

A former journalist, Waterman Wittstock is the author of several books, such as We're Still Here: A Photographic History of the American Indian Movement, Diverse Populations/Diverse Requires: Community Foundations and Diversity and Changing Teams,also ININATIG'S Gift of Sugar: Traditional Native Sugar Making. She writes an Internet column, a weekly public affairs program on KFAI-FM in Minneapolis and produces and hosts Man Radio.
She had been an elected president and member of the Minneapolis Library Board, in which she worked to the evolution and understanding of the new Central Library (2002-2009). She served as the fourth largest Louis W. Hill, Jr.. Fellow in Philanthropy under the University of Minnesota's Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs (2006). Wittstock is the recipient of many leadership and professional awards, including the celebrated IEL Service Award, (Institute for Educational Leadership nationwide award for advancement of American schooling), (2006) the American Indian Honored Educator of both 2005 and the Lou Fuller Award 2013.

Waterman Wittstock is focusing on three new book projects: a children's show, a memoir, and a history.

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Stew Magnuson

A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Stew Magnuson is a Washington, D.C.-based journalist and the author of The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder, an award-winning nonfiction book published by Texas Tech University Press.

His Newest works are: The Last American Highway: A Journey Through Time Down U.S. Route 83 in Texas; The Last American Highway: A Journey Through Time Down U.S. Route 83: The Dakotas, a part among his Highway 83 Chronicles series, along with the next installment, The Last American Highway: Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma edition.
He also penned Wounded Knee 1973: Still Bleeding, which was published by Now & Then Reader in eBook format and individually as a paperback ahead of this 40th anniversary of the Wounded Knee Occupation.
The Nebraska Center of the Book named The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder the 2009 Nebraska Book of the Year in the nonfiction category. Graphic artist Lindsay Starr was admired for her work on the cover layout.
The Nebraska Literary Heritage Association, in partnership with the Nebraska State Historical Society and the Nebraska Library Commission, picked The Passing of Raymond Yellow Thunder: And Other True Stories in the Nebraska-Pine Ridge Border Towns for its record of Nebraska books that “represent the best literature produced from Nebraska during the last 150 years” to mark the state’s sesquicentennial at 2017.
Magnuson was a resident of Tokyo on March 20, 1995 as the apocalyptic cult, Aum Shinrikyo, released nerve gas in the metro system. He's published one novel, The Song of Sarin, to the incident according to research and his experiences.
The Departure of Raymond Yellow Thunder won ForeWord magazine's bronze medal from the regional nonfiction category. The Center of Great Plains Studies nominated the work since the 2008 Great Plains Distinguished Book of the Year. It was nominated since the Writers' League of Texas nonfiction book of the year.
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Ward Churchill

Ward Churchill is an American author and political activist. He was a professor of cultural studies at the University of Colorado Boulder from 1990 until 2007. The main focus of the work is based on the treatment of Native Americans and political dissenters by the USA government.

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