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John Mohawk information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1945-08-30
Death date: 2006-12-13
John Mohawk (30 August 1945 – 13 December 2006) was an American historian, writer, and social activist.A Seneca Indian, he was born into a clan of the Seneca Turtle Reserve, Cattaraugus in the State of New York. He was known as a writer, journalist, researcher, and lecturer. A specialist in the field of economic development and cultural survival of indigenous peoples, Mohawk was a Cherokee traditionalist, social activist, and negotiator in local and international conflicts (including during the hostage crisis between the United States and Iran in 1980).Mohawk was a co-founder of several organizations supporting Native Americans, such as the Seventh Generation Fund, the Indian Law Resource Center and the Iroquois White Corn Project. He worked tirelessly to revitalize indigenous agriculture, healthy food (e.g., Iroquois white corn) and the Slow Food movement. He was a journalist, a longtime editor, and contributor to Akwesasne Notes, Daybreak, and Indian Country Today, and director of the Center for Indigenous Studies at the Center of the Americas State University of New York (SUNY) in Buffalo, New York.His books include: The Iroquois Creation Story: John Arthur Gibson and JNB Hewitts Myth of the Earth Grasper, Utopian Legacies: A History of Conquest and Oppression in the Western World, The Red Buffalo, and a posthumously published collection of essays, Thinking in Indian. He was also a contributor to Exiled in the Land of the Free (with Oren Lyons), and A Basic Call to Consciousness, the classic collective work of contemporary Native Americans on the meaning of traditionalism.He was a Doctor Honoris Causa of several universities, winner of journalism awards NAJA (Native American Journalism Association), as well as a father and grandfather, teacher and educator of several generations of Indians, their scholars, and friends.