To View, To Eat, Perchance to Not
In Memoriam: Gobin Stair

Happy Thanksgiving

Our relations to each other, our prayers whispered across generations to our relatives, are what bind our cultures together.—Winona LaDuke, American Indian activist

All of this ugliness and emptiness can be washed away by connecting. We can heal each other through nurturing and sitting in that circle with our relatives and just to hear the word "relative" and know it means you.—Sandra White Hawk, American Indian activist

To share one's food is to demonstrate one's humanity. —Leslie Marmon Silko, American Indian writer

These quotes are included in "Language Is a Place of Struggle": Great Quotes by People of Color, edited by Tram Nguyen.