Monthly Archives: March 2014

All Native Hip Hop Concert to Benefit Seafair Pow Wow

On Friday night, March 7, 2014, there was an all Native hip hop concert at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center to benefit the Seafair Pow Wow. Due to budget cuts last year, Seafair Pow Wow did not take place. A … Continue reading

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Native Community Celebrates History and Tradition

During the late 1960’s, it was the height of the civil rights movement in America. In the Native community, there were many causes. Nationally, occupations occurred at such places as Alcatraz and Wounded Knee. In Washington State, fishing rights were … Continue reading

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This is from the letter I wrote to my family and friends eighteen months ago, in September, 2012, shortly after my husband of 21 years passed away. Dear Friends and Family. Many of you already have heard the sad news. … Continue reading

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“Bones”, Cancer and Real Life

A year and a half ago, I lost my husband of 21 years after his two-and-a-half year battle with pancreatic cancer. None of us ever expects this kind of thing to enter their lives, but sometimes it does. And suddenly … Continue reading

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Tributes to Young Filmmaker

Sarah Jones was the young filmmaker who was killed while working on a film on February 20, 2014. The accident that led to her death and the injuries of seven other crew members is still being investigated and filming has … Continue reading

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Slates for Sarah Pays Homage to Fallen Cinematographer

Last Thursday, February 20, near Jesup, Georgia, a young cinematographer, Sarah Elizabeth Jones, 27, was killed during the filming of the Greg Allman biopic, “Midnight Rider”. Filming was being done without permission on the tracks of a train trestle. A … Continue reading

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