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T’sa(N) T’hoop A’h(N) Leads Book Discussion

Freddy Gipp, born and raised in  Lawrence, KS is an enrolled member of the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma. His Indian name is T'sa(N) T'hoop A'h(N), meaning Lead Horse in Kiowa. Gipp graduated from the University of Kansas in 2016 with a degree in Strategic Communications from the William Allen White School of Journalism. After serving as an intern for the Bureau of Indian Education within the US Dept of Interior in Washington, D.C. Gipp’s consulting firm Lead Horse LLC t focuses on utilizing Native American Powwow celebrations as an effective economic driver for urban and rural communities. As a book leader for Neither Wolf Nor Dog, Gipp brings the perspective of a Native American youth to this exploration of cultures with a long history that demands better understanding.

Kathleen Holt has served High Plains Public Radio—in one way or another—since its inception in 1979. She coordinates the HPPR Radio Readers Book Club.