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Inside Out
by James Tyman

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Inside Out 
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  This is the story behind the stereotypes - the autobiography of a young Native man, James Tyman, who grew up with racism, turned to crime and self-destruction, and ended up in jail. Repeatedly. At age 24, in prison for a 2 year stretch, James Tyman realized he was going nowhere and began to wonder why. In six weeks he wrote InsideOut, a powerful record of his own voyage of self-discovery, and an open letter to the people of Canada telling how his life has been shaped - and almost ended - by troubling aspects of our society.

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Weight:0.40 kg
Price: CDN$ 7.95 (US$ 7.74)
 
ISBN-10:1895618584
ISBN-13/EAN:9781895618587
Author:James Tyman
Binding:Softcover

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