Indigenous matriarchs stand together in dark times

By Emilee Gilpin in Features, Culture | May 7th 2019
„Indigenous women elders who have acquired knowledge over their lives speaking their languages and defending their homelands, are now trying to protect and pass teachings on to younger generations,“ said @ProgramSpirit’s Gail Small.

link for the report


Gwaaganad (Diane Brown) washes a 42-foot monumental pole commissioned by a unique cooperative management board made up of equal members of the Haida Nation and the Government of Canada at the Gwaii Haanas Legacy Pole raising in 2013. Photo by Jeffrey Gibbs.
Annual Report Online.pdf


Santee Lewis recently appointed to run the

Navajo Nation Washington Office

Santee Lewis was in a small group of three, climbing stairs and working her way through an
off-limits corridor in the U.S. Capitol. Then she saw the view from the dome itself.
Indian Country News, March 7, 2019
link for the report

Ponca Nation gonna be the first nation jan. 2018

Water Ceremony Bonn, nov 16, 2017

link fuer den Bericht

Indigenous Woman News sept 28, 2017

Webseite, Infos und Aktivitaeten link

What about the rights of Mother Earth???

Sellnews Casey Camp-Horinek Webseite – link

Casey Camp Horinek Webseite Movement Rights – link
Casey Camp Horinek Webseite A worldwide Movement – link

Figth against Black Snake in Louisiana

Zeitungsbericht link – august 30,2017

Washington D.C. march 8, 2017
sign the Treaty for defend the Mother Earth

signed the treaty with the native elders
weltfrauentag march 8, 2017 in Washington DC

http://indigenouswomenrising.org/get-involved/