My mother didn't try to stab my father until I was six, but she must have shown signs of oddness before that.
When I first came to Harvard, I thought to myself, 'What kind of an Indian am I?' because I did not grow up on a reservation. But being an Indian is a combination of things. It's your blood. It's your spirituality. And it's fighting for the Indian people.
This part of the 21st century is preoccupied with risk, and there's a lot that law can do to make lives longer and healthier.
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