Your symposium report reminds me that while some intellectuals are rightly rewarded with fame and fortune, others equally deserving are often neglected. While few will attain the stature of Deloria or Momaday, many like Hank Adams are essential in helping to enact their visions. In a perfect world, everyone who has a good heart and devotion to humanity would live a decent life. In the meantime, symposiums and ceremonies that honor their good works will have to do.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011 - 00:16