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INTERVIEWS WITH BROKEN ARROW 2 CONTRIBUTORS TRISTAN MARTELL AND RYAN RAINVILLE + ARTWORK FROM BROKEN ARROW 2: OUR FOOTPRINTS: JOURNEYS ON THE RED ROAD

Tristan Martell is from Waterhen Lake First Nations Saskatchewan. He is Cree and Cambodian mix and identifies himself as Cree heritage. He is a B-boy (breakdancer), Powow Grassdancer, youth worker , and is a spiritual student of indigenous knowledge. 1,522 more words

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BROKEN ARROW 2: OUR FOOTPRINTS: JOURNEYS ON THE RED ROAD

BROKEN ARROW 2

OUR FOOTPRINTS: JOURNEYS ON THE RED ROAD

By Sagatay Men’s Writing Group 

Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos

Footprints show you were a person has been and where they are going.  791 more words

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INTERVIEW WITH BROKEN ARROW CONTRIBUTORS TIM RENOLLET AND JAMES C. MILES AND EDITOR EMILY POHL-WEARY

Interview With Broken Arrow Contributors James C. Miles and Tim Renollet

BCP: Why poetry?

JM: That’s a good question. It has been years since I have sat down and put my feelings to pen. 2,084 more words

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BROKEN ARROW: NATIVE MEN'S WRITING, ART, AND CULTURE

Broken Arrow: Native Men’s Writing, Art and Culture

Edited by Emily Pohl-Weary

Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos

There’s a new zine out that’s kick ass: … 948 more words

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