Editor’s observe: “Black Water” is the winner within the Inventive Nonfiction Ebook and David A. Robertson was nominated within the Indigenous Author class of the 2021 Excessive Plains Ebook Awards.
‘I don’t need to be a winner by dishonest’: GOP officers, election employees inform Jan. 6 panel about Trump’s stress marketing campaign
WASHINGTON – In a listening to Tuesday, the Home committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the U.S. Capitol turned its consideration to the efforts of former President Donald Trump and his allies to overturn the 2020 presidential election by pressuring native officers who stood agency regardless of threats and intimidation.
The panel used the listening to, its fourth in two weeks, to proceed constructing its case that Trump’s relentless efforts to remain in energy at any price, regardless of high advisers telling the previous president his claims of large voter fraud had no proof, led to the violence
In “Black Water,” David A. Robertson tells a multi-layered story of what it means to be Cree, from Canada’s brutal cultural erasure and the ensuing racism to his father’s tales of deep connection to the land, and the significance that tales be handed down from one technology to the subsequent to know the sophisticated threads of Cree id.