American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See Papago.
“The O'odham Solidarity Across Borders Collective, whose members participated last Friday's occupation of Arizona Border Patrol Headquarters, have released a video of their action.”
“To read more about this particular resistance and to assist with the fines and possible criminal charges they are facing, go to O'odham Solidarity Across Borders Collective or contact Leilani Clark at (520) 982-5687.”
“At least four Indian nations, including the Kootenai of Idaho; the Pasqua Yaqui of Arizona; the Tohono O'odham Nation of Arizona and Mexico; and the Seneca of New York have been working with federal officials to develop ID cards that meet new security guidelines, but they would be good only for arrivals in the U.S. by land or sea, according to the Department of Homeland Security.”
“An O'odham elder on the Gila River Indian Community took pity on me, though, and taught me a bit of Arizona history.”
“Brewer, I thought of my O'odham friend when I read your outrageous comments that Arizona has been "under terrorist attack" by undocumented workers, and that the majority of illegal immigrants are "drug mules.”
“Wax on, wax off," my O'odham friend mused, referring to famous line in the popular Karate Kid film.”
“My O'odham friend was fond of the popular slogan in those days: Welcome to Arizona, Now Go Home.”
“For my O'odham friend, whose indigenous community has resided on both sides of the Arizona and Mexico border for centuries, the Japanese internment camp was just one episode in Arizona's (and our nation's) long and twisted history of anti-immigrant spasms.”
“Dwayne Lopez, 25, youth council manager on the Tohono O'odham Nation in southern Arizona, says the lack of leadership is magnified as young people from dysfunctional homes repeat the failures of parents.”
“Perhaps contrasting his 10-acre ranch in the upper class haven of Sedona with the poverty in the nearby Navajo nation, or perhaps the Gila river reservation, or the Tonoho O'odham nation, or the White Mountain Apaches.”
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