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“Indian girls can be forgotten so well they forget themselves.”
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“never
trust anyone
who says
they do not see color.
this means
to them,
you are invisible.”
Nayyirah Waheed

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I'm writing you from a behavioral health services building. I agreed to commit myself under the condition they would let me write. You should have thought before you made a crazy Indian woman your lover. Feel culpable in my insanity because you are partly to blame.”
Therese Marie Mailhot

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and any man
would give a thousand more”
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