Strawberry Plains, TN: Native American Indian Media Corporation, 1987. The third and final issue of this Native American newspaper published in Tennessee. The paper was founded in 1986 by Dr. Macaki Peshewa, an Air Force veteran, who co-founded the Tennessee Indian Council, founded the Indian Historical Society, Native American Indian Media, The Systems Theory and Human Development Corp., and established the Native American Church of Strawberry Plains, of which he was the priest.
Highlights for this issue includes an article/interview with Wallace Black Elk, the grandson of famed Oglala Sioux holy man, Black Elk; an educational supplement called Studies! featuring various aspects of Native American history; with many shorter news items on contemporary Native American projects and struggles.
Tabloid format, the cover sheet printed on higher quality paper, 24 p. Fold, some toning. Item #10613