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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

The real deal

A moment of silence for Elouise Cobell, a proud member of the Blackfeet Indian Tribe over around Browning, Montana. Here was a person who truly made a mark for her people. Cobell died of cancer Sunday night, at age 65.

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Life has never been easy in Browning. Worked in/arouind that place in the back country for awhile years ago. The type of sorrow found there would have made Gallup seem a Georgia dry county by comparison. Life is never easy for the Blackfeet

Another formidable woman who refused to go to the back of the bus.

Elouise Cobell is truly a shining star in Indian Country and her legacy shall live on.


Thanks for posting this, Jack.

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