May 1, 2010 in Features, News
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Wise words with OJ Cotes

The father of OJ Cotes was a proud Colville Indian. Her mother was Caucasian and not so proud of her husband’s heritage. At Census time 10 years ago, the issue came to a head around the kitchen table. Here, OJ Cotes, the Wise Words interview for May 1, 2010, describes the encounter between her parents.

Rebecca Nappi / The Spokesman-Review

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