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Chia: A Powerful Recuerdo by E. Tecihtzin

Chia: A Powerful Recuerdo

by E. Tecihtzin

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Tecihtzin, esteemed Chicana Nation Elder, is a brilliant, indigenous storyteller, born in San Antonio, Texas, in 1919. Tecihtzin's captivating expressions in literary works, theater, dance, film, or music, have been celebrated with many honors. Her achievements recognized by the Esperanza Peace and Justice center merited her the presitgious Jesse Bernard Wise Woman Award from the center for Women Poliy Studies in Washington, DC. He has touched the lives of thousands of children and adults with her engaging stories, she now offers CHIA and will soon release her next book LA MUJER LOBA. From Moises Sandoval, Manda Publications: "The story is told by Min, who at times exhibits psychic/clairvoyant powers, is interested in learning about medicinal plants,...ponders the "myths", and beats the boys at playing marbles."

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