57 minutes | Oct 19th 2020

Women Are Sacred

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Violence against women is not traditional. Indigenous cultures hold women as sacred – yet today, Native women are the most victimized group within the US. For years, Native women have opened their hearts and doors to other women and their children in need to protect them from violence. On this episode of Speaking Our Truth, we will talk about the sacredness of women and how we can reclaim the integrity and rights of women in our lives, work and communities. Music: Ta'Kaiya Blaney singing Womens Warrior song May 5, 2019 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeNJnItj5rs) at Opening ceremony for The North American Dialogue on Biocultural Diversity, Redpath Museum (McGill University Campus)
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