This book explores Native American issues, from historical to contemporary. With passion and, at times, searingly succinct descriptors, we are taken on an emotional journey through American History. Sweet Grass Talking has served as a place to release the pain of the reality faced by my people, my friends. family members and myself, as a result of colonization. While it may not be politically correct to tell the truth, it still needs to be said, and more importantly, understood.
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About the Author
Renée Roman Nose, M.A.I.S., enrolled member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, is an activist, actor, artist, and cultural anthropologist. She played Camille in Some Days are Better Than Others (2010), has done commercial, voice, radio, modeling, and live performances, including stand up comedy. She is President of Fierce Courage, providing team building, wellness facilitation and motivational speaking. An international speaker with a solid reputation for informative and interesting lectures, Ms. Roman Nose has more than twenty-five years experience in front of appreciate audiences.