The Colour of Resistance: A Contemporary Collection of Writing by Aboriginal Women
Sister Vision, 1993 - Social Science - 287 pages
A powerful collection of works in response to 500 years of colonization, and the worldwide celebrations marking the anniversary of European invasion. Contributors include Chrystos, Beth Brant, Joy Harjo and Lee Maracle.
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Chrystos The Real Indian Leans Against
Vickie Sears Grandmother
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