Below are the best resources we could find featuring linda hogan about indigenous rights.
Filled with powerful imagery, this poem relates the tragic story of Indios, a native woman falsely accused of the death of her children.
Deeply ecological, original, and spellbinding. A hauntingly beautiful novel of the hidden dimensions of life.
The Grayclouds discover oil on their Oklahoma ranch in the 1920's and that sets off a continuous round of crime and suffering.
An Indian girl returns home to find her identity. She is Angela Jensen, 17, whose stay in an Indian village in Northern Minnesota turns into a depressing lesson in the lot of her people, but also brings self-discovery and love.
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