Coyote: Yes we did!
Raven: What did you do?
Coyote: We've done it!
Raven: What have you done?
Coyote: Change is at hand!
Raven: Change to what?
Coyote: We fought the rich!
Raven: You fought for what?
Coyote: We stood up to the special interests!
Raven: Which ones?
Coyote: A new bright era has dawned!
Raven: A bright era for whom?
Coyote: The future looks bright.
Raven: Bright for what?
Pioneer Square, 1907. Public domain, author unknown.
I would recommend Mourning Doves "Coyote Stories" for a traditional Plateau Indian characterization of the character of Coyote. I've read the book myself and loved it. I don't know of a single excellent source like this for Raven, being something I was more raised with, but this site seems to have some reasonable content. Professor Nichols site from Pittsburgh State University also seems to have some solid coyote background.
Al-ki is a traditional Salish statement of skepticism.