I Am Nuchu
Upon his parents' 1981 divorce, Cal Burton goes from being a popular, comfortable Spokane basketball all-star to a resident of a Ute Indian reservation in Utah, where apathy, poor living conditions, racism, and bitterness over a decades-old family tragedy change his life.
Family Relationships; Racial Diversity; Culture/Ethnicity; Disability and Health; Single parent; Divorce; Family member death; Biracial; Race discrimination; Bicultural; Developmental disability; Addiction; single mother; divorced parents; death of a brother; mixed race children; biracial children; racism; prejudice; bicultural children; fetal alcohol syndrome; alcoholism
Native American (Ute) / White
Utah; basketball; moving; college plans; family secrets; Ute Native Americans; friendship; sibling relationship
Stanley, Brenda, "I Am Nuchu" (2010). DIVerse Families. 138.