Red Haircrow Quotes
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Red Haircrow is a writer, educator and filmmaker with Chiricahua Apache, Cherokee and African American heritage. His work includes poetry, short stories, novellas and full-length books. His novel The Agony of Joy won Best LGBT Fiction in Global Ebooks Awards 2013, and the biography Silence Is Multi-Colored In My World about a young deaf, gay Russian, was a winner of a Rainbow Award 2012 in the category, Best Biography/Memoir. His non-fiction and current events articles are often on Native American issues and concerns, intercultural relations, family and living and working in Germany. Their current documentary film project Forget Winnetou is about Native stereotypes in Germany, and the continuing harmful effects of colonial and racism on both Native and non-Native communities and societies, which has been covered by some of Germany's largest new sources such as Deutschlandfunk Kultur, Der Freitag and Süddeutsche Zeitung.