A Wind Watcher's Tale: Skinned Alive
This is an excerpt from the forthcoming book, A Mosaic of Indigenous Legal Thought: Legendary Tales and Other Writings, by Dr. C.F. Black. Her book is a return to traditional ways of conveying legal and ethical thought, by writing a series of anthropomorphized animal tales, evocative poetry and rhetorical writings. This excerpt is one of the narrative tales. The introduction included in the excerpt will help guide the reader's understanding of the context and significance this piece.
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Black, C.F.. "A Wind Watcher's Tale: Skinned Alive." Tribal Law Journal 16, 1 (2016). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/tlj/vol16/iss1/3