Brothers of the Buffalo Speak Up Contemporary American Indian Prison Writings

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A collection of autobiographical writings and poetry by currently incarcerated American Indian men, this book offers a rare view of American Indian struggles and grassroots spirituality in the "Iron House". With an emphasis on spiritual healing and a hard look at life on the streets, the authors offer a powerful invitation to rethink stereotypes and to imagine new ways of culturally and spiritually based justice for American Indian men, women, and their families. The Brothers of the Buffalo Prayer Circle is active at the Alexander Correctional Institution in Taylorsville, North Carolina. The Circle is welcoming to all Indigenous people. It follows the Way of the Pipe in its ceremonies, and encourages the affirmation of other Indigenous life ways. The book project has been generously supported by the Administrative Office and the Office of the Chaplaincy at Alexander Correctional Institution, and the Religion and Public Engagement initiative at Wake Forest University. All royalties will be donated to American Indian inmate projects and their families.

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The Brothers of the Buffalo Prayer Circle is a group of Indigenous men serving time at Alexander Correctional Institution, a maximum security facility in North Carolina. Dr. Ulrike Wiethaus is Professor of Religion and American Ethnic Studies at Wake Forest University.

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