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[Reading] ➶ Bitter Water By Malcolm D. Benally – Businesscurrency.co.uk Many know that the removal and relocation of Indigenous peoples from traditional lands is a part of the United States’ colonial past but few know that—in an expansive corner of northeastern ArizonIghtful writings by both Benally and Diné historian Jennifer Nez Denetdale Benally lets the stories of the four women elders speak for themselves Scholars media and other outsiders have all told their versions of this story but this is the first book that centers on the stories of women who have lived it—in their own words in Navajo as well as the English translation The result is a living history of a contested cultural landscape and the uniue worldview of women determined to maintain their traditions and lifeways which are so intimately connected to the land This book is than a collection of stories poetry and prose It is a chronicle of resistance as spoken from the hearts of those who have lived it

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Nt has relocated between and Diné from Hopi Partitioned Lands and the Diné—both there and elsewhere—continue to live with the legacy of this relocation Bitter Water presents the narratives of four Diné women who have resisted removal but who have watched as their communities and lifeways have changed dramatically The book based on hours of filmed personal testimony features the women’s candid discussions of their efforts to carry on a traditional way of life in a contemporary world that includes relocation and partitioned lands; encroaching Western values and culture; and devastating mineral extraction and development in the Black Mesa region of Arizona Though their accounts are framed by ins

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Bitter WaterReading Bitter Water By Malcolm D Benally Businesscurrencycouk Many know that the removal and relocation of Indigenous peoples from traditional lands is a part of the United States’ colonial past but few know that—in an expansive corner of northeastern Arizon Many know that the removal and relocation of Indigenous peoples from traditional lands is a part of the United States’ colonial past but few know that—in an expansive corner of northeastern Arizona—the saga continues The Settlement Act officially divided a reservation established almost a century earlier between the Diné Navajo and the Hopi and legally granted the contested land to the Hopi To date the US governme

2 Comments on "Bitter Water Ebook ´ Paperback"

  • Sraweatherby

    Bitter Water Ebook ´ Paperback Bitter WaterI like the idea of this project uite a lot but feel that the end result is another one sided approach to a complicated issue I would have much preferred if the author had also taken Hopi accounts


  • Christine

    Bitter Water Ebook ´ Paperback Bitter WaterMany things in the collection of oral histories that I enjoyed First and foremost Diné bizaad and Diné perspectives are placed in the forefront Directly correlated with this is the emergence of Dibé be' iiná which addresses Diné ways of life and ways of knowing