'Indian Voices'

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Bay Area author Alison Owings has compiled a new oral history of Native Americans from across the country. She joins us to discuss the new book, "Indian Voices." We'll also check in with local Native American community leaders about some of the themes raised in the book.

Guests:

Alison Owings, author of "Indian Voices: Listening to Native Americans"

Elizabeth Lohah Homer, principal attorney at the Homer Law Charter and member of the Osage Nation of Oklahoma

Jim Goss, social media coordinator for the Marin American Indian Alliance and member of the Cherokee/Mattaponi/Pamunkey Nation

John David Berry, Native American and comparative ethnic studies librarian at the Ethnic Studies Library at UC Berkeley

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