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Native American

Institute of Native American Studies
Central to the mission of both Native American Studies as a discipline and to INAS is the study of the indigenous peoples of the Americas from the perspective of the indigenes themselves.

Native American Studies Subject Guide
Links and resources provided by the UGA Library.

Who is your mother? The Red Roots of White Feminism
An article by Paula Gunn Allen.

Allen, Paula Gunn. The Sacred Hoop: Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions . Beacon Press, 1986.

Paula Gunn Allen
Biographical sketch of Paula Allen Gunn, along with a bibliography of her works, including links.

Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center
A reservation-based, non-profit organization in Lake Andes, SD serving Native American women and their families. The website and clearinghouse make the Resource Center's publications and products available to the community at large.

Virtual Library in Native American Feminism
This index of links to Native American includes resources such as cultural, legal, health, arts, bibliographies, film and video, tribal gaming, genealogy, and government.

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