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We are the middle of forever : Indigenous voices from Turtle Island on the changing Earth  Cover Image Book Book

We are the middle of forever : Indigenous voices from Turtle Island on the changing Earth / edited by Dahr Jamail and Stan Rushworth.

Jamail, Dahr, (editor.). Rushworth, Stan, 1945- (editor.).


For the Indigenous people of the world, radical alteration of the planet, and of life itself, is a story that is many generations long. They have had to adapt, to persevere, and to be courageous and resourceful in the face of genocide and destruction. Their experience has given them a unique understanding of civilizational devastation. The essays in this book place Indigenous voices at the center of conversations about today's environmental crisis. People from different North American Indigenous cultures and communities, generations, and geographic regions share their knowledge and experience, their questions, their observations, and their dreams of maintaining the best relationship possible to all of life. -- adapted from jacket

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  • ISBN: 9781620976692
  • ISBN: 1620976692
  • Physical Description: xxi, 340 pages ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York : The New Press, 2022.

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note:
Preface -- Early warnings -- The interviews: editor's note -- Strength / President Fawn Sharp -- A sense of permanence / Gregg Castro -- Living from the heart / Ilarion Merculieff -- Awareness / Raquel Ramirez -- Trust / Lyla June Johnston -- Kinship / Dr. Kyle Powys Whyte -- Sacred feminine and sacred masculine / Terri Delahanty -- Returning to fire / Steven Pratt -- Change / Marita Hacker -- Balance / Shannon Rivers -- Healing / Edgar Ibarra -- Stewardship / Alexii Sigona -- Courage to remember / Tahnee Henningsen -- Dispelling delusion with alchemy / Melissa K. Nelson, PhD -- Cultural competency / Kanyon Sayers-Roods -- Restoration / The Honorable Ron W. Goode -- Recognition / Corrina Gould -- Capacity of language / Natalie Diaz -- Paradigm shift / Melina Laboucan-Massimo -- Medicine.
Subject: Indian philosophy > United States.
Climatic changes > Effect of human beings on.
Indians of North America > Interviews.
Genre: Interviews.

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