Honoring Women

$40.00 each
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Kenojuak: The Life Story of an Inuit Artist

Born in an igloo in 1927, Kenojuak was one of the most notable pioneers of modern Inuit art.

$23.00 each
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Keeping the Rope Straight: Annie Dodge Wauneka's Life of Service to the Navajo

As a Tribal Council delegate and community leader, Annie Wauneka improved the healthcare and education available to her people.

$7.00 each

Kinaaldá: A Navajo Girl Grows Up

A coming-of-age ceremony of 13-year-old girl, which takes places at her grandmother’s home.

$17.00 each
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Last Standing Woman

Richly told stories of seven generations of White Earth Anishinaabe.  Said to be fiction, the stories are, in fact, real.

$40.00 each
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Listening to Our Grandmother’s Stories: The Bloomfield Academy for Chickasaw Females, 1852-1949

An award-winning contribution to the history of Indian women and women’s education.

$20.00 each
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Makiawisug: The Gift of the Little People

Traditional Mohegan story about why it's important to honor the Little People. out of print

$18.00 each
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Medicine Trail: The Life and Lessons of Gladys Tantaquidgeon

Despite James Fenimore Cooper’s "The Last of the Mohicans," the Mohegan people are alive and well. This is the story of one of their century-old elders.

$14.00 each
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Moose to Moccasins: The Story of Ka Kita Wa Pa No Kwe

A great-grandmother tells what it was like living on the land when Indian families were struggling against the destructive values of an alien culture.

$17.00 each
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Mother/Land

Savageau’s writing reflects her life as a Native woman, our histories, and the Earth that some of us call “Mother,” remembering who we are.

$18.00 each
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Mud Woman: Poems from the Clay

Each of her poems, accompanied by a color photo of one of her sculptures, is a gift to anyone who can appreciate an “artful life.”

$18.00 each
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My Home As I Remember

An anthology of visual art, poetry and short stories from Native women in the United States and Canada, Mexico, and New Zealand.

$18.00 each
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Navajo Women: Sáanii

A snapshot of women living the iiná, or life as it is said in Navajo. 

$16.00 each
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Night Flying Woman

The true story of Broker’s great-great-grandmother, who lived through some of the worst times in Anishinaabe history.

$28.00 each
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Not Far Away: The Real-life Adventures of Ima Pipiig

Unflinchingly points fingers directly at the educational system that willingly participates in the racist practices of America’s heartland.

$50.00 each
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Pomo Basketweavers: A Tribute to Three Elders

An in-depth introduction to the history, culture and basketweaving traditions of Pomo women.

$15.00 each
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Pretty-Shield: Medicine Woman of the Crows

Pretty-shield, the legendary medicine woman, remembered what life was like on the Plains when the buffalo were still plentiful.

$25.00 each
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Rachel’s Children: Stories from a Contemporary Native American Woman

An engaging and humorous true story of a contemporary Ojibwa woman and her children.

$22.00 each
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Reinventing the Enemy’s Language: Contemporary Native Women’s Writings of North America

This anthology of 80 Native women writers from more than 50 nations reflects the complexities of using language as a weapon of resistance.

$17.00 each
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Selu: Seeking the Corn Mother’s Wisdom

Rooted in the old stories of Selu, the Cherokee Corn Mother, Awiakta suggests ways that ancient wisdoms apply to contemporary issues.

$20.00 each
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A Skirt Full of Butterflies

In Zapotec and Spanish with English subtitles, five Zapotec women tell what it is like to live in a place where women run the economy, and where there is respect for “women’s work.”

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