"Begay was removed from his hogan home as a boy and was forced to attend a government boarding school away from his family and culture. Now he reclaims his identity through his art, balancing the harsh realities of reservation life with the amazing beauty found among its canyons and mesas"--Video label.
Presenter: Shonto Begay.
Part of Canyon country community lecture series, recorded in Flagstaff, AZ on February 15, 2006.
c. 1: H25449 DEC 26 2006. Gift: Grand Canyon Association, est. $10.00.
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