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  The Fire Inside
 Issue 32 - Winter/Spring 2006

< Dedication
 
< Woman prisoner writes
 
< Legal Corner: Correcting your sentence
 
< All of Us or None Wins a Victory over Employment Discrimination in San Francisco
 
< USF Creative Justice Art Show
 
< It’s All About Us: Getting Ready to Get Out
 
< Se trata de nosotras: Preparándose para salir
 
< Freedom
 
< Letters for Liberation
 
< Are We the Lost?
 
< Voices from the hood
 
< Seeds of Light
 
< Solitude
 
< See What I See …
 
< Dignity Denied: The Price of Imprisoning Older Women in California
 
< Martha Fernández (en Español)
 
< The Story of Martha Fernandez
 
< Standing up at Sacramento County Jail
 
< San Joaquin County Jail Suicide
 
< Are Vendors Gouging Prisoners?
 
< Family Visits: Keeping Precious Connections Strong!
 
< Staph Infections
 
< Parole Beat
 
< Justice Denied
 
      

Seeds of Light

Bringing Indigenous languages into the prisons

by Stormy Ogden (Tule River Yokuts, Kashaya Pomo) former prisoner, yokutswoman@aol.com

For the American Indian people language is an intricate part of their culture. It is the foundation from where the songs and prayers and stories come from. So much of their worldview, culture and ideology are encoded in language, that when a people lose their language, they lose a very important part of themselves.

Seeds of Light is a language program for Native prisoners. We supply cultural and language materials for Native prisoners whenever and wherever possible.

For more information contact:

Seeds of Light
221 Idora
Vallejo, Ca 94591


Last updated April 11, 2006 02:17 PM



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