Ninu Grandmothers’ Law is a definitive account of a traditional lifestyle and way of thinking.
Accompanied by exceptional archival photographs, it is an evocative, compelling chronicle and cultural philosophy of a time almost forgotten.
Part biography, part customs manual and food guide, part traditional social history and women’s customs and governance, Ninu Grandmothers’ Law is a rare testament to one woman’s advocacy for her family, people and culture.
This is my knowledge. It has been handed down to me from my grandmothers and grandfathers, my mothers and my fathers. I am sharing it with you because I want people to know about my life.—Nura Nungalka Ward
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