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Hopi Reggae Artist Casper's Brave Underground Sound

Notice to our readers: The newspaper Indian Country Today, in a breach of ethics, removed my byline from this article, which I wrote as a staff writer, and put a fake name on it. As journalists, we must ensure that this theft of our work does not continue and publicly condemn this violation of ethics. -- Brenda Norrell

Revisiting the powerful words of Casper 

Casper’s Brave Underground Sound

January 18, 2005 

by Brenda Norrell

PHOENIX, Ariz. - Casper's underground reggae sound on his new compact disc, ''Honor the People'', examines the imprisonment of Leonard Peltier and the corporate root of the war in Iraq. The Hopi artist from Third Mesa questions who won the last presidential election and how long before the voices of truth are silenced in America.


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