If you told me writers have big egos, I would have to admit resembling that remark. Even at my age, I still get a thrill out of seeing my byline.
I was honored to write the obit for Pete Seeger over at Indian Country Today. While I normally love to see my byline, I am excited about this precisely because it does not have my name on it. It's good to know the sentiment I express is shared.
It's short, but it has a great sound track. Pete's life, of course, had a great sound track, and I'm grateful that it was long and full.
Pete Seeger has walked on from natural causes at the age of 94 near his home in Beacon, New York, leaving behind a world immeasurably better for his time in it.
Indians don’t commonly call elders by their first name, but Pete was always Pete and so he shall always be. His life was a sound track of the labor movement, the anti-war movement, and the civil rights movement.
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