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Weeping Goes Unheard

Weeping Goes Unheard A Historical Record Attesting to the Heartless and Brutal Atrocities of Canada’s Indigenous People Weeping Goes Unheard educates and highlights those unfamiliar with Canada’s shady history in its treatment of native people. This comprehensive narrative presents their heartbreak and how they endeavored, failed, tried again and again to live together peacefully and

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Rented Silence

Rented Silence From the “African Freedom Series”   TWO TINY NEWBORNS WERE BURIED ALIVE IN A COMPOST PIT, covered with corn husks and left to die. A hungry wild dog, saliva flowing, stood impatiently over the mound. As it started to dig out its prey, an escaped slave whooshed it away. Drawn by the sound

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Addicted to Hate

Addicted to Hate Maddie’s story raises the time-honored question of nature vs. nurture Parents abused by adult children suffer silently, shamed to the marrow by words, moods, acts, and blows that pierce through their imagined bubble of safety and kidnap any notions they had of sharing a mutually loving relationship with their children. “Parent abuse

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Endless Incarnation Sorrows

Endless Incarnation Sorrows A saga chronicling insights from past lives that resurface in the present day and impact prevailing patterns Based on true events: After the hospital staff resuscitated author Lucia Mann forthe third time following a third surgery, she began to perceive and recognizea string of intimate memories of people and places from long

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The Little Breadwinner

The Little Breadwinner Finding Hope and Survival in The Midst of War FROM 1980 TO 1992, A TURBULENT CIVIL WAR ravaged the Central American state of El Salvador, claiming the lives of approximately 75,000 Salvadorans. The Little Breadwinner is a story of tyrannized, frightened families—mostly poor peasants, indigenous peoples, and child farm workers—whose lives signified

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