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political writer

Charles Edwin St. Germaine-Lattig, American political writer. Cadre member American Indian Movement, 1972-1979; member Metropolitan Opera Guild; tribal member Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Wisconsin With United States Army, 1971-1972, Korea. Member Academy Polical Science, National Audobon Society, Nature Conservancy.

Background

Germaine-Lattig, Charles Edwin St. was born on February 12, 1949 in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, United States. Son of William St. Germaine and Ina Margaret (Lobermier) Valliere.

Education

Student, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1967-1968;student, Syracuse University, 1969.

Career

Political writer, American Indian Movement, 1972-1979;political writer, Minneapolis, since 1979.

Achievements

  • Avocations: wildlife and environmental preservation, astronomy, classical music, Shakespearean drama, Northeast Asian political history.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Free-lance photographer, since 1976. Co-hose, producer radio program: Living on Indian Time, KPFA, Berkeley, California, 1976-1977. Founder, editor Bay Area Indian News, Oakland, 1976-1977.

      Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Cadre member American Indian Movement, 1972-1979. Member Metropolitan Opera Guild. Tribal member Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Wisconsin With United States Army, 1971-1972, Korea.

Member Academy Polical Science, National Audobon Society, Nature Conservancy.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: wildlife and environmental preservation, astronomy, classical music, Shakespearean drama, Northeast Asian political history.

Connections

Children: Spencer Charles, Aimy Dixon.

father:
William St. Germaine Valliere

mother:
Ina Margaret (Lobermier) Valliere

children:
Spencer Charles Germaine-Lattig

Aimy Dixon Germaine-Lattig