By Brian Daffron
“It was pretty disgusting,” Narcomey said. “I was pretty perturbed myself. But my second reaction was that I need to document this.”
“It really perpetrated a very negative image of the stereotypes of how Indian people have always been portrayed,” Narcomey said. “It’s been something that I have always grown up with in Oklahoma–that we would never amount to much of anything except being a common laborer and an alcoholic. But I never bought into that.”
For more on the subject, see Indian Chief Wine Holders.