Uncombed Hair

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This raging grannie is no pushover; she dreams dreams and does not suffer abuse, war or racism passively.

Available in paperback only.  Anne Dunn (Ojibwe), Uncombed Hair. 2005.

Deep snow and buffalo spirits, uncombed hair and canned milk, aching feet and dancing geese, the stench of cruelty and the bitterness of grief, metastasizing hatred and corporate empires built on forgotten bones and young children finding a moment of joy in the fantasy of safety in a burned-out bus in Nasiriyah. And let us not forget the Indian residential school where a little girl bravely refuses to speak English. This raging grannie is no pushover; she dreams dreams and does not suffer abuse, war or racism passively: “We must gather the last great army./We must proclaim the final agenda/And reclaim the soul of justice.” ‘Chi Miigwech, Anne.