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KC Adams and the Art of Disarming Racism  by Shawna Dempsey
KC Adams and the Art of Disarming Racism

KC Adams and the Art of Disarming Racism

KC Adams stood before her father and wept. Despite what had been a thriving career as a visual artist, she had no exhibitions scheduled for the future. She had no ideas for new work. She feared that there was nothing left for her to do or say. She was in a deep depression and truly believed her career was over.

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The Powerful Influence of Iroquois Women  by Jan Noel
The Powerful Influence of Iroquois Women

The Powerful Influence of Iroquois Women

The Haudenosaunee, or Iroquois, allocated a degree of importance to women which was quite singular.

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