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Stories, poems, and artwork that illustrate the struggles and strengths that this Aboriginal author exhibits, living everyday in intersecting, parallel, and sometimes colliding sociocultural realities are brought together in this personal memoir. The author shares her personal, painful, and spiritual discoveries of how life and worlds work through stories that have made her who she is—stories dealing with sexism, racism, and classism. Through a blend of original research, reflective journals, and creative use of dialogue, people, places, times, events, and beings come alive with the goal to enlighten, inspire, move, and surprise readers into new ways of seeing, believing, and being.
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Fyre Jean Graveline is the director of the First Nations and Aboriginal Counselling Program at Brandon University. She lives in Brandon, Manitoba.
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Book Description Fernwood Publishing Co., Ltd., 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1552661423
Book Description Fernwood Publishing Co., Ltd., 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1552661423
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