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Do Not Call Them "Native Americans"

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Learn why "Native American" and "Indian" are not the best terms for describing the indigenous people of North America, as well as facts about their trials and triumphs of which you may be unaware.

Patty Talahongva is a journalist working in all platforms of media: television, radio, newspaper, magazine and websites. She has covered everything from Native arts to education, health, crime and politics in her 30-year career.  Patty is Hopi from Sichomovi village located on First Mesa in northeastern Arizona. Her Hopi name is White Spider Girl and her clan is Corn.

David A. Montour is a sculptor, flute carver, painter and musician who began to nurture his creative talents at a young age, growing up in New Mexico, South Dakota and Montana. His mother is a member of the Pottowatomi and Ottawa people. His father is a member of the Mohawk and Cayuga people.  David's band and events company are both named Clan/Destine.