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Barbara M. Cameron

  • I'm not interested in pursuing a society that uses analysis, research, and experimentation to concretize their vision of cruel destinies for those who are not bastards of the Pilgrims; a society with arrogance rising, moon in oppression, and sun in destruction.

    • Barbara M. Cameron,
    • in Cherríe Moraga and Gloria Anzaldúa, eds., This Bridge Called My Back ()
  • When I look back on reservation life it seems that I spent a great deal of time attending the funerals of my relatives or friends of my family. ... Death was so common on the reservation that I did not understand the implications of the high death rate until after I moved away and was surprised to learn that I've seen more dead bodies than my friends will probably ever see in their lifetime.

    • Barbara M. Cameron,
    • in Cherríe Moraga and Gloria Anzaldúa, eds., This Bridge Called My Back ()

Barbara M. Cameron, Lakota-U.S. writer

(1947)