About the Book
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Dawn was born May 13, 1949. She is the daughter of an Anishnawbek mother (Ojibway) and Mohawk father. Her activism evokes poetry. Her art is woodland inspired: a tree that holds Spirit, a blade of grass that talks. She keeps busy by pointing out the ‘snakes in the grass’ that have the potential to corrupt indigenous cultures and cares deeply about the issues of stolen children, the Missing and Murdered Women, clean waters, affordable food…the list goes on. To Dawn, earth is alive and part of her family and soul.