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Recovering the Sacred: The Power of Naming and Claiming

Recovering the Sacred: The Power of Naming and Claiming, Winona LaDuke, Haymarket Books, 2016

With Americans experiencing a growing awareness of the persistence of racism in every aspect of our lives, we welcome Haymarket Book’s republication of Winona LaDuke’s important focus on the way the Native American community is healing itself from the ravages of the genocide inflicted upon them even as that community must now recover power to slow the latest assaults on their land and their rights by the energy industry. LaDuke highlights the way Native Americans are healing through recovering their own sacred traditions, and in that process are increasingly able to lead the way to slow climate change.

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Tikkun 2017 Volume 32, Number 1: 2

 
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