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Ink Stained Rivers: Blue Blood For a Red People

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by: Tribal Raine
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Publication Date: October 27, 2016
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 42
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781628908275
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Book Synopsis
Ink Stained Rivers... is a testimony to the resilience of Native American People and to People of Diaspora everywhere. As a child growing up, my Shinnecock heritage and history was passed down faithfully by my grandmother, my mother and my aunts and even though I did not live on the reservation in South Hampton, NY, we visited all of our Cuffie/Cuffee relatives who did several times a year (both on and off the reservation). I am privileged to know my lineage. I can trace my family bloodline back to 1732! I come from one of the first families... the blood of chiefs runs through my veins! So no matter what the world may throw at me, I stand strong, I stand proud ... I stand in remembrance to my ancestors who spilled "Blue Blood for a Red People".
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About The Author
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As an accomplished Spoken Word Artist, Modern Day Abolitionist, Activist/Actionist, Mentor and Author. Tribal Raine exudes a powerful and experienced literary and stage presence. She is a multi-recorded and published artist whose works have been used as inspirational teaching tools for social change on stages, in print and at schools/colleges in the USA and Canada.

She is the creative genius behind poetic anthems like “The Revolution Poeticized” (The poetic clarion call of our day), “F*ck Him If He Can’t Hang“
(The single mother’s anthem) and “Freedom Ain’t Free”.

She is a wife, a mother, and a grandmother of 6 who was born in Newark, NJ but currently resides in Columbia, SC, with her husband and partner, Max Parthas, who is currently ranked as 1 of the top 10 poets in the country.

The author has had her works published in numerous books, anthologies and magazines nationwide. She was nominated for Poet of the Year by The Intl. Library of Poetry in 2005 & 2006 and currently tours all over with her husband. She is in the process of finishing up her next volume of work which is entitled “Like a Fire in My Soul”.
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