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This guide brings Indigenous planning resources together, including books, journal articles, theses and dissertations, and other such related resources.
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Paulita Aguilar's Reference Hours:

Wed.., 3-5, Center for Southwest Research

Tue., 11-1, Mesa Vista Hall near El Centro de la Raza

Wed., 9-11, Mesa Vista Hall near El Centro de la Raza

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