Salt Lake City, UT: Torrey House Press, 2017. First edition. Hardcover. 170pp. Octavo [21cm]; Matte pictorial boards.
Signed by Jacqueline Keeler (ed.), Kimball Bighorse (contributor), and Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk (former Ute Mountain Ute Councilwoman; the book features an interview with her). New. Item #51344
From back of book: "This book is a documentation of how native people continue to persevere in this fight for the land and our culture. It is in our DNA; we cannot shake it. It is the road map we have and we trust it. And so we cobble together strategies to preserve and protect our communities and cultural heritage. These essays and interviews are a compendium of those strategies and the challenges Native people face at Bears Ears and across this country. I hope they inspire you to support these efforts and to take up this fight, too."