Beginning in May 2011, a literature review was initiated using online sources, including Google, Google Scholar, Pubmed, Web of Knowledge, Bureau of Indian Affairs (bia), govtrack.us, the official websites of the Tohono Oodham
and Saint Regis Mohawk Nations, the US Department of Justice, the Native American Rights Fund, the National Congress of American Indians, High Country News, the New York Times, the Arizona Daily Star, the Watertown Daily Times, IndianCountry.com, Indianz.com, and Tillers Guide to Indian Country.
Davina Valencia (Yaqui) writes, "It looked like / lightning beside me / when my mom and dad / got divorced." Generously illustrated and filled with the honest voices of the young, this book may be "the words to the song of life, / the past, and tomorrow." (Patrick Lewis-Jose, Tohono Oodham
)The SunriseSometimes I feel like the sun rising overthe mountain lookingdown on thehouses andwhen I amshining downI am givinga great bigsmile.- Juan Jose(Tohono Oodham