Foreword by Winona LaDuke and edited by Barbara Alice Mann, the recovery of women’s traditions is the overarching theme in this collection of essays that helps reframe Native issues as properly gendered.
I’ve been a fan of Hillary Clinton’s since she was First Lady so I had high hopes when I started reading this book. She didn’t disappoint me. It’s a thorough (as only Hillary can be) analysis of the 2016 election with all the reason, discipline, passion, and thoughtfulness that would … [Read More...]
Sally Morgan’s ‘My Place’ is an iconic Australian memoir for a reason; it tells a very personal and personable story of life as an Aboriginal Australian.
If you’re Australian, this seems to me to be an essential read. If you’re not Australian but you’re interested to know what it was … [Read More...]
This one is on my to read list for 2019! Here’s what’s promised;
‘Rise and Resist takes a wild trip through the new activism sweeping the world. The political march is back in a big way, as communities rally to build movements for environmental and social justice. But today’s … [Read More...]