Monthly Archives: July 2015

First A4W.ca publication!

Today, A4W.ca rolled out the first of many contributions I will be making to this very informative and current mobile platform. A4W.ca is a great source for facts, stories, and community engagement surrounding the issues faced by the Indigenous community, … Continue reading

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I Am a Native American Woman With White Privilege

First off, I think it’s important to say that I do not, and have not ever primarily identified as white. On my mother’s side, I’m Native American, enrolled in my Tribe, and, to a large extent, raised in my culture.…

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Turning a New Leaf on Grief

I think it’s time I share stories of hope and transformation, don’t you? If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, you may have a sense of the work I do for other blogs, media outlets, in the community, and … Continue reading

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