Sharing Our Stories of Survival: Native Women Surviving Violence is a 2008 publication that is part of the Tribal Legal Studies Textbook Series published by AltaMira Press. Edited by Sarah Deer, Bonnie Clairmont, Carrie A. Martell, and Maureen L. White Eagle, this volume provides an accessible introduction to the various social and legal issues involved in violence against Aboriginal women in the United States. Themes include the roles of Aboriginal women, sexual violence, domestic violence, tribal legal system, advocacy, divorce, child custody, and Indian Child Welfare Act. Each section of the text includes background information about the issue as well as poetry and commentary by Aboriginal women. The contributors to this volume include J. Agtuca, Judi Armbruster, Diane E. Benson, Mary Black Bonnet, Sally Brunk, Lea Carr, Bonnie Clairmont, Rose L. Clark, Sarah Deer, Amanda D. Faircloth, Lisa Frank, Joy Harjo, Brenda Hill, Eileen Hudon, Carrie L. Johnson, B.J. Jones, Karlene, Kochuten, Charlene A. LaPointe, Jayci Malone, Sarah MichÞle Martin, Tracy Meyer, Frances Monroe, MariJo Moore, Eleanor Ned-Sunnyboy, Nila NorthSun, Stormy Ogden, Juanita Pahdopony, Kim Querdibitty, Sharon Lynn Reyna, Venus St. Martin, Kim Shuck, Petra L. Solimon-Yeager, Kelly Gaines Stoner, George Twiss, Danielle G. Van Ess, Hallie Bongar White, James G. White, Coya Hope White Hat-Artichoker, and Victoria Ybanez.