Prison writings my life is my sun dance leonard peltier harvey arden chief arvol looking horse ramsey clark on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers edited by harvey arden with an introduction by chief arvol looking horse and a preface by former attorney general ramsey clark in 1977. Prison writings my life is my sun dance is a collection of thought poems memories of leonard peltier all written from inside a prison cell with a half chewed pencil with barely any light at the time of writing he had been wrongfully incarcerated for 23 years. The subtitle of prison writings is my life is my sun dance leonard refers to the sun dance several times in the book leonard refers to the sun dance several times in the book it is a ceremony where chosen people endure pain for healing and to get visions. Prison writings is a wise and unsettling book both memoir and manifesto chronicling his life in leavenworth prison in kansas invoking the sun dance in which pain leads one to a transcendent reality peltier explores his suffering and the insights it has borne him. Leonard peltiers prison writings my life is my sun dance takes into account the disgusting of righteousness in the american justice system and the longings of the native americans for evenhandedness equality and fairplay peltier postulate in the story that american socio cultural life still suffers from the dilemma of racial disparity against many claims that the long tradition of racism
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