Published January 1997
by University of Texas Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Lois Crozier-Hogle (Editor), Darryl Babe Wilson (Editor), Jay Leibold (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||287|
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Surviving in Two Worlds brings together the voices of twenty-six Native American leaders. Living in Two Worlds Book Summary: Some white South Africans have grown up with the sound of African singing accompanied by drumming in their ears at night. It stirred feelings of fear, of mystery, and fascination, but also of avoidance - "Leave it alone, it is not for us." They were told by their elders. Her work remains most relevant today and her book Living in Two Worlds forms the foundation for understanding traditional healing from a western . In Living in Two Worlds, Saffron describes how many of the Indigenous people of America live in two worlds: the world of their Native people and the world of contemporary America that surrounds their homes. The book includes some stories related to the SRPMIC and is dedicated to Saffron’s best friend, Community elder Hazel Rivers.