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My People’s Blood: Indigenous Sexual Health Recovery
Josie C. Auger, PhD (Mistahi-Aski Iskwew)
JCharlton Publishing / Softcover / Jan 2014
9780991944156 (ISBN-10: 0991944151)
Indigenous Peoples / Trauma
price: $30.00
216 pages
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Colonization has impacted the gender roles and sexuality of Indige­nous peoples. Through unhealed molestation and abuse First Nations communities are seeing the impact of HIV/AIDS. A series of three plays were developed with a group of First Nation youth and Elders to address the impacts of the virus that causes AIDS in an Indigenous community. This book is about giving voice to those stories that hurt, blame, and shame. Healing from historical trauma and reclaiming who we are as Indigenous peoples will help recovery. The stories are weaved together with kindness, honesty, caring and strength with the help of Grandmother Spider and the Indigenous Iterative Web creat­ing an Indigenous research method.

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