"Living My Native Life Deadly": Red Lake, Ward Churchill, and the Discourses of Competing Genocides

  title={"Living My Native Life Deadly": Red Lake, Ward Churchill, and the Discourses of Competing Genocides},
  author={Jodi A. Byrd},
  journal={The American Indian Quarterly},
  pages={310 - 332}
  • Jodi A. Byrd
  • Published 10 May 2007
  • Sociology
  • The American Indian Quarterly
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