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Beautiful reflections of Anile's(Earth, Gaia, Geb) diversity.

8 Native Women Fighting to Preserve Their Culture | PowWows.com

8 Native Women Fighting to Preserve Their Culture

Juanita C. Toledo Age: 28 Tribe Affiliation: Walatowa-Pueblo of Jemez Occupation: Works for the Community Wellness Program on Jemez Pueblo Reservation - A generation of incredible Native American women fighting to preserve their culture

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Indian Woman with Owl . Blind River, Ontario, Canada -- I've always wondered what she was thinking, considering that the owl is not alive, or could have been sick. For some tribes the owl is a symbol of death -- a taboo to behold.

Young Skunk, Maka cincala, age 24 (born c. 1865-66), was listed as part of the Badger Eaters (Hokayuta) community in the White Clay District of Pine Ridge Reservation: source 1890 Pine Ridge Census.

Young Skunk, Maka cincala, age 24 (born c. was listed as part of the Badger Eaters (Hokayuta) community in the White Clay District of Pine Ridge Reservation: source 1890 Pine Ridge Census.

Daphne Singingtree, a Traditional Healer & Midwife, at Standing Rock, photo by Jade Beall

The Women of Standing Rock are Midwifing a Global Movement

Daphne Singingtree, a Traditional Healer & Midwife, at Standing Rock, photo by Jade Beall

This is a very dangerous time we are in! The minds of the people on Unc’i Maka (Grandmother Earth) are choosing to focus on a new way of life that is hurting us all in the global community. This way of life chooses war, hurting one another physically and verbally, and continued desecration to Unc’i Maka in taking more than what we truly need in her resources...

This is a very dangerous time we are in! The minds of the people on Unc’i Maka (Grandmother Earth) are choosing to focus on a new way of life that is hurting us all in the global community. This way of life chooses war, hurting one another physically and verbally, and continued desecration to Unc’i Maka in taking more than what we truly need in her resources...

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