Standoff: Standing Rock, the Bundy Movement, and the American Story of Sacred Lands

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Product Details

Price
$19.95  $18.35
Publisher
Torrey House Press
Publish Date
April 20, 2021
Pages
220
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781948814270

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About the Author

JACQUELINE KEELER is a Dine/Ihanktonwan Dakota writer living in Portland, Oregon. She is editor of the anthology Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for the Bears Ears and has contributed to many publications including The Nation, Yes! magazine, and Salon.

Reviews

Praise for Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for the Bears Ears, edited by Jacqueline Keeler

"Encompassing wisdom and grace, Edge of Morning is a finessed articulation of respect and the simplicity of being human...thoughtful, sobering, and expansive."
--FOREWORD REVIEWS

"An important new collection of Native American writers essaying the cultural significance of Utah's Bears Ears landscape...Edge of Morning includes works from members of different tribes, as well as different levels of expertise...scholars and grassroots activists, and from poets as well as prose writers."
--THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE

"This beautiful collection presents Native American expressions in poems, essays, reflections and interviews. While all the pieces focus on Bears Ears, it's their illumination of Native Americans' kinship to land that make these texts such an important read...The native voices of this collection offer their timely wisdom with a grace and power that offers peace to our planet and to ourselves."
--THE DESERET NEWS

"Edge of Morning will...invigorate the public policy details of environmental issues and natural conservation with new voices that not only inspire emotionally but also lay out the significant cultural case that compels a new point of view about the stewardship of public lands."
--THE UTAH REVIEW

"This anthology seeks to tell stories by native writers about the Bears Ears and its importance. Storytelling is a way of making sure the importance of the land is known, and can help spread awareness...a worthy project."
--THE SEATTLE REVIEW OF BOOKS