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Writing, Reading and Living: Blog and Journal by Terra Trevor

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Terra Trevor Matador Network: Spirituality, Culture, Politics, Activism, Human Rights


10 places in the US where you can experience Native American cultures Matador Network


A Reminder of What Solstice is All About Matador Network


How to Cultivate Quiet in the Chaos of Holidays Matador Network


Deciding to Live With Less and Other Minimalist Lessons Learned from Fire HuffPost

Children of the Powwow: Changing The Way We See Native America HuffPost


Goodbye Christopher Columbus HuffPost


With Thanksgiving: A Native American View HuffPost

Thankfulness and Rewriting History HuffPost


Happy Thanksgiving: An American Indian Perspective HuffPost


River, Blood, And Corn: Literary Journal Contributing Editor


Remembering Auntie Out Loud River, Blood, And Corn

You May Think It's Harmless Dressing Like A Native American On Halloween. Here's Why You Are Wrong. Matador Network

An All American Korean American 4th of July HuffPost


My Year at the Shelter: At-risk, homeless teens, foster care, HuffPost


Bring Me Hope: Foster Parenting Through Tough Times HuffPost


Family Caregivers: Sharing the Journey HuffPost


Project December: Take Back the Holidays Huff Post


Thoughts On Adoption Motherhood, In Black, White And Technicolor HuffPost


Another Mass Shooting in America: This Time My Town HuffPost 


Voices Confronting Pediatric Brain Tumors Johns Hopkins University Press


Prepping for the Day You Hope Never Arrives: Facing Cancer Recurrence  Johns Hopkins University Press


Thought Catalog

Adoptive Families Contributing Writer 19952003

Adoption Today Contributing Writer 19992012


When A Child Dies: Living With Loss, Healing With Hope EMK Press


Realistic Adoption Expectations: The First Year Home EMK Press


Pieces of Me Who Do I Want To Be: Walk A Mile in My Shoes EMK Press


In Writing Motherhood 
In these sixteen essays Terra Trevor turns to themes of motherhood, race, community, transracial adoption, raising a child with a life threatening illness and the process of healing from the death of a child. Written from the perspective of a woman who straddles a complex ethnic and racial heritage and a complicated motherhood, her writing is defiant, provocative and courageously honest.

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