Bad NDNS: Inmate #A-93223: In the San Quentin of My Mind

by Deborah A. Miranda

My father abused women.

This was my first thought when a Native woman contacted me to ask about a prominent Native male writer’s history as a sexual harasser.

My second thought was for the writer’s immediate family, his wife, his children.

If there’s one thing I know, it’s how a father’s sins follow his children like a storm
cloud, waiting to burst when they least expect it.

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Bad NDNS: Inmate #A-93223: In the San Quentin of My Mind

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