4.25" x 5.5" zine theorizing Indigenous beadwork practices. Features contributions from 34 Native womxn, queer, and non-binary bead artists.  Edited by Kimberly Robertson (Mvskoke) and Jenell Navarro (Cherokee).  Published June 2020.

Beading as Medicine, Vol 2 (zine)

$5.00Price

    If we allow the pieces of our culture to lie scattered in the dust of history, trampled on by racism and grief, then yes, we are irreparably damaged.  But if we pick up the pieces and use them in new ways that honor their integrity, their colors, textures, stories -- then we do those pieces justice, no matter how sharp they are, no matter how much handling them slices our fingers and makes us bleed.   -- Deborah Miranda

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