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Leon K. Reval’s Memoir “Haff” Breed Will Be Displayed at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

Leon K. Reval recounts the turning points in his life and career as a member of the tribal council.

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Catch Leon K. Reval’s book display at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2023.

The fascinating memoir “Haff” Breed by Leon K. Reval will be displayed by self-publishing and book marketing ReadersMagnet at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, which will take place on April 22-23, 2023, at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.

“Haff” Breed is a memoir about the author’s experiences as a mixed-race boy, now a man, living on an Indian reservation and dealing with the difficulties of family dysfunction and the desire to abandon his heritage before eventually returning to it as an adult and attempting to reclaim his identity as a member of the Jicarilla Apache people.

For the sake of the people of his tribe, he faces difficulties now and in the future as he works to advance innovative ideas, the rule of law, and economic growth using unconventional methods. It doesn’t take long for him to figure out that the people who came before him in authority are to blame for the situation of his tribe.

Author Leon K. Reval was instrumental in conceptualizing, presenting, and gaining approval for the first tribally held holding company. Meanness, envy, and naiveté from a body of literature that opposes tribal sovereignty dismantled him.

Learn more about Leon K. Reval’s challenges that he has gone through. Get a copy of his book “Haff” Breed today. Copies are available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

“Haff” Breed
Author | Leon K. Reval
Genre | Nonfiction, Memoir
Publisher | Fulton Books
Published date | October 24, 2022

Leon K. Reval is a Native American tribal rights advocate, a member of the Jicarilla Apache Nation, and a former elected leader of the nation’s Council. He has led many initiatives for the country, from asserting its sovereignty and protecting tribal assets to improving the general welfare of his people.

He helped spearhead litigation against the United States for its breach of trust responsibilities and mismanagement of tribal resources, which resulted in the United States’ payment of over $120 million to the nation. In addition to being a dedicated father of three children, he is an accomplished public speaker. He works tirelessly to advance Native American rights throughout his community and the Indian country.

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