NABI seeks books, videos for new library

The Native American Bahá’í Institute (NABI) is delighted to announce the establishment of the NABI library and are looking for donations of books and videos of Native American interest. If you would like to donate an item, please send to: NABI, 830 Burntwater Rd., Houck, AZ 86506. Possible suggestions:

Books: Warriors of the Rainbow; Tapestries in the Sand, The Spirit of Indian Sand Painting; Indian Givers: How Indians of the Americas Transformed the World; Lord of the Dawn; The Tipi; Indian Dance of North America; Custer Died for Your Sins; Native Roots; Gospel of the Redman: A Way of Life; Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee; We Talk You Listen; American Myth, American Reality; Crazy Horse; 1491: America Before Columbus; The Book of Elders; Black Elk Speaks; The Sacred Pipe, Black Elk’s Account of the Seven Rites of the Oglala Sioux; Ceremony; Indian Medicine; Moon of the Popping Trees; The Sacred Tree; The Vanishing White Man; Red Power; The Pretend Indians; The Only Good Indian: The Hollywood Indian; Felix Cohen’s Handbook on American Indian Law; The Rights of Indians and Tribes: the Basic ACLU Guide to Indian and Tribal Right ; Land of the Spotted Eagle; Native Americans; People of the Seventh Fire: Returning Lifeways of Native America; The Native Americans: An Illustrated History; Endangered Peoples; Lakota View of the Child; Roots of Survival; Native American Dance: Ceremonies and Social Traditions.

Videos: Light in the Mountain; Like an Eagle in the Sky; Morning Stars; Healing of a Nation; Faith in the First Person, A Parliament of Souls; Navajo Sand Painter; A Bahá’í Native Elder Talks About the Covenant; The Native Americans; The Broken Chain; Geronimo; Storytellers of the Pacific; Walking with Grandfather; White Shamans and Plastic Medicine Men; The Whiteman’s Way; Indians, Outlaws, and Angie Debo; Wiping the Tears; Surviving Columbus; Contrary Warriors; Backbone of the World; The Red Road to Sobriety; The Honour of All; Healing the Hurts; Images of Indians; Dances for the New Generation; Journey to Strength.


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