Judge Lawrence Huerta: Enriching Our Lives
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Audio clips from a 1996 interview with Judge Huerta. [Get the free RealPlayer or Quicktime plug-ins to hear the audio and view]

Relationship of Indians and the Federal Government

Federal Government and Indian Mine Workers -- World War II

  • Compensation to Widows - Arizona Industrial Commission [04:43 Real | Quicktime]
  • Disability Compensation - Fairness [04:56 Real | Quicktime]

Adopted Mother Annie Dodge Wauneka (learn more about Annie Dodge Wauneka)

The Navajo Courts

The following video clips are from a video filmed in 1991 and shot by David Rubin. Interviewer was Israel Rubin. A copy of the original tape is housed in the University of Arizona's Special Collections. [View using RealPlayer. Get the free RealPlayer plug-in]

Judge Huerta speaks of his personal philosophy of how each person may make a better world.

Judge Huerta shows belts and rattle used in a traditional deerdance.

Judge Huerta explains a tradition practiced by the Hohokam centuries ago of giving visitors a small, polished rock from the Gila River as a momento of their visit.

Judge Huerta explains the Four Harmonies, a philosophy that his grandfather shared with him when he was young.