Monday, June 12, 2006

Skookum Index

At Skookum blog you will find much of what you'll need to know in order to be effectively involved in extending universal human rights in the new millenium. In addition to the papers, memoirs, presentations, correspondence, letters, and reports by Skookum's editor, you also have at your disposal his discussions with other activist-scholars, as well as articles and commentary on related topics.

Special sections devoted to building a movement--including colleagial input on such subjects as communication and pedagogy, curricula development, the global indigenous resurgence, new world order, and comprehending the right-wing milieu--make it possible for educators to build on the valuable experience of others in creating their own popular or formal learning centers off-the-shelf. Indeed, this has already happened.

For those who are so inclined, additional resources and links are listed, including archival repositories containing hard-to-find documents, and the chronological output of Skookum itself. Literature and film reviews--as well as books, screenplays, essays, fiction, short stories and children's stories by Skookum's editor--complement the treasures located in the guest articles and shadowtail tales handily featured in the sidebar.

Anyone desiring to learn more about the author of Skookum can quickly browse the acclaim section, take a look at his ancestry, lineage and extended family, read his poetry, or see what his companion blogs are up to. For those seeking further inspiration, Skookum provides audio/visual links to esteemed peers, native connections, search suggestions, and details about Skookum's current projects.

We hope you enjoy your visit, come again, and let us know if there's something else you'd like to see. Your questions and comments are always welcome.

p.s. To reduce overcrowding, we have relocated some of these materials to our companion blogs cited throughout or listed under Access in the Skookum sidebar. Readers are encouraged to visit these annexes for new items of focus unavailable elsewhere.


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