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About the author:
Tanya is a citizen of the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Indian Tribe of Bridgeton, New Jersey. She is an ordained minister, and serves at Empowered Believers Christian Learning Center, in Hampton, Virginia. She has been married for nineteen years and has seven children.
As an educator, Tanya serves as Vice President of the local chapter of American Federation of Teachers (AFT), Hampton Federation of Teachers (HFT). She is a member of Excellence in Christian Music Academy (ECMA). Furthermore, Tanya is the CEO of Native Productions, home of her weekly broadcast, "The Journey to Legacy Show." Her company puts people's visions into books, provides business design solutions, and manages indie gospel artists.
Her previously published works are "Journey to Legacy," and "Memoirs of an Educarer." In addition, in 2014 Tanya penned a powerful poem, "Loved By Our Mothers," which is part of the anthology, "To Mom With Love."
Reflections from the Soul
Tanya R. Liverman
Soar with Native American author, Tanya R. Liverman as she unveils her deepest thoughts about faith and culture in this inspirational, extended lyric book, based on her spoken word album, Reflections from the Soul. Her writings are in response to a burning question of her past, "Can I be Indian and serve God without compromise?" In the poem "Reflections from the Soul," Tanya shares her Native American heritage as she takes you back to when she was a child, judged by her looks, and how she struggled with her identity. She describes the way her people survived and continue to claim their bloodline, leaving a priceless legacy.
"It will not only educate, but also be a source of comfort and healing for many of our people who have struggled with issues of identity in a society hostile to the truth of who we are."
~Pastor John Norwood
Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Councilman
Principal Justice of the Tribal Supreme Court
- Publication Date:
- 1497496632 / 9781497496637
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.06" x 7.81"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Poetry / American / Native American