Indian Pride: Episode 106: Indian Advocacy

Prarie Public Broadcasting

Indian Pride, an American Indian cultural magazine television series, spotlights the diverse cultures of American Indian people throughout the country. This episode of Indian Pride features Joe Garcia, former President of the National Congress of American Indians, and focuses on the topic of Indian advocacy. (Segment Placement: 1:08 - 14:15)

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"Indian Advocacy." Indian Pride (Episode 106). Prairie Public Broadcasting. Fargo, North Dakota. 2007. Television program. (, accessed July 24, 2023).

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