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Learn More about Military Impacts on Native America The following resources are recommended if you are interested in learning more about the military’s impacts on Native America. WEBSITES ALASKA COMMUNITY ACTION ON TOXICS index_html?navBatchStart=30 CERFA INFORMATION DMZ HAWAI’I GUAM BUILDUP THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM:A TRIBUTE TO NATIVE AMERICAN VETERANS THE INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORK MILITARY TOXICS PROJECT NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE MILITARY: PUBLIC AND INDIAN HOUSING PASKENTA: NOMLĀQA BŌDA (I AM NOMLAKI) Portland_Oregon_NOMLAQA.html Winona LaDuke 86 THE ROLE OF CEREMONY IN SERVICE AND HEALING VA DIRECT HOME LOANS FOR NATIVE AMERICAN VETERANS LIVING ON TRUST LANDS–93–1.asp VETERANS FOR PEACE THE WOUNDED WARRIORS PROJECT:“THE GREATEST CASUALTY IS BEING FORGOTTEN” ZOLTÁN GROSSMAN:WAR AND MILITARY LINKS BOOKS Begich, Nick, and Jeane Manning. Angels Don’t Play this Haarp: Advances in Tesla Technology, Anchorage: Earthpulse Press, 1995. Carroll, Al. Medicine Bags and Dog Tags: American Indian Veterans from Colonial Times to the Second Iraq War. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Catalinotto, John, and Sara Flounders, eds. Metal of Dishonor—Depleted Uranium: How the Pentagon Radiates Soldiers and Civilians with DU Weapons. New York: International Action Center, 2005. Holm, Tom. Strong Hearts,Wounded Souls: Native American Veterans of the Vietnam War. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1996. Scahill, Jeremy. Blackwater: The Rise of the World’s Most Powerful Mercenary Army. New York: Nation Books, 2007. Silko, Leslie Marmon. Ceremony. New York: Viking Penguin, 1977. ...


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