They called us Savages
Written by Marie-Josée Tardif & Dominique Rankin
A powerful and inspiring life story in an era marked by conflict, natural disasters, denunciation of sexual abuse and the fight against racism...
T8aminik (Dominique) Rankin is one of the last Native American hereditary chiefs. Born in the forests of northwestern Quebec, his training as a young medecine man began at the age of seven, culminating fifty years later with his full induction into the Circle of Elders.
Survivor of the terrible era of "residential schools of the little savages," T8aminik delivers a vibrant testimony about life, respect, forgiveness and healing.
The book is available in French under the title On nous appelait les Sauvages, in Quebec and French-speaking European countries (Éditions Le Jour, 2011).
It is now published in English with Vidacom, under the title They called us Savages.
It is is also available in Italian under the title La profezia dei 7 fuochi, Editions Amrita, 2017.
La Leçon de sitar
ou l'Art de vibrer de toutes ses cordes
By Marie-Josée Tardif
Éditions du Roseau 2007
Only available in French, this is a precious guide for anyone who is wondering how to achieve their personal mission.
Marie-Josée uses the metaphor of an Indian musical instrument to evoke the complexity of being human. Its purpose is to make us discover what vibrates in us and help us manifest it in a unique way.
This book is currently not reprinted, but copies are available on order from Suzanne via: firstname.lastname@example.org