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The Common Thread That Binds Us: The Wisdom of Diversity & Inclusion Paperback – December 22, 2011
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
About the Author
Kenneth Little Hawk is an internationally reknowned inspirational speaker. Being Mi'kmaq and Mohawk, he is able to illustrate how Native American culture broadens the Diversity and Inclusion topic to encompass not only the choices we make to live in harmony with one another, but the choices we must make to live in harmony with our environment. For Native Americans, storytelling is an important tool for teaching responsibility, respect, and how to live in a good way. Little Hawk's stories teach that most of life's challenges can be overcome and that we need to share our good-heartedness with all people because we are ALL related. All the Little Hawk stories and live performances have been co-created and co-produced by Little Hawk and his wife, Beverly Miller. As a creative team that has successfully worked together for over 30 years, Beverly and Little Hawk have produced hundreds of inspiring shows for corporations, museums, schools, and the federal government: A total of more than three million people all over the world.
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