DEAR SIERRA: AN OPEN LETTER TO CALIFORNIA FOURTH GRADERS
by Professor Deborah A. Miranda (Ohlone/Costanoan Esselen Nation)
By Dr. Sook Wilkinson, Ph.D. As a young girl growing up in South Korea, the only people I saw dancing were halmonis -- the grandmas. ...
By M. Carmen Lane you are only interested in the dead pieces of me black woman raped/ tracked by white men with b...
By Wang Ping I discovered “The Little Mermaid” in 1969. That morning, when I opened the door to light the stove to make breakfast, I found...
Long, long ago when the animals were people, Bear did not like to share the black berries that grew down by the creek. He would chase off a...
Susan Hudson, a member of the Kinyaa’a’anii or Towering House clan of the Navajo Nation, is a rising star on the ...
By M. Carmen Lane uprooted & pushed through stillness came for me there was nothing left to do but fall ...
By Denise Roessle There is so much confusion over what to call mothers who relinquished babies for adoption: birthmother, first mother, ...
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