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Tim Z. Hernandez Wins Top Accolades
Congratulations to author Tim Z. Hernandez who has received awards from Colorado Humanities and Latino Literacy Now.
Requiem for the Santa Cruz River
As the Santa Cruz River fills bank-to-bank with this month's summer rains, it seems to be the perfect time to share Bernard Fontana's heartfelt foreword to our newest book.
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Shells on a Desert Shore<br>Mollusks in the Seri WorldShells on a Desert Shore
Mollusks in the Seri World

By Cathy Moser Marlett; Foreword by Richard S Felger
Diné Perspectives<br>Revitalizing and Reclaiming Navajo ThoughtDiné Perspectives
Revitalizing and Reclaiming Navajo Thought

Edited by Lloyd L. Lee; Foreword by Gregory Cajete

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