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Protecting the Sacred - Working to End the Tragedy of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

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Protecting the Sacred - Working to End the Tragedy of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

There is a brutal cry that continues to be silenced in the United States and Canada. This is the tragedy of countless Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, and what is being done, if anything, to stop it.

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Great-Grandmother Mary Lyons, Ojibwe Elder, Niish-Nibi-Ikwe “Second Water Woman”, Elder of Mitigwakk-Daywaygus-Giwstashskad “Water Drum Circle”, Sr. Member of the “Top Hat Medicine Dress/Long Skirt Society”, Spiritual Advisor, Storyteller, Wisdom Teacher. Great-Grandmother Mary Lyons speaks on behalf of the Missing and Murdered Ingidenous Women and Girls, and the ongoing dangers inherent in "man-camps" as well as abuse of all kinds against Indigenous Women.

She is one of four Indigenous Grandmothers overseeing the Women of Wellbriety, Int’l. and is active as a United Nations Observer on Women/Indigenous Issues. Great-Grandmother Mary Lyons also works tirelessly to protect Waters of Mother Earth.

Author of the book, Wisdom Lessons: Spirited Guidance from an Ojibwe Great-Grandmother is available on Amazon.

Here is the website for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women:

https://mmiwusa.org/

 

 

 

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About :

Elaine M. Grohman has been working in the field of Energy Medicine for nearly 20 years. The experiences of her own Life brought her to delve into the Mystery of our Spirit, Body, Emotions and Mind, and through that search she has sought to help others appreciate their own Life in a greater way. Elaine works with people in the medical fields, as well as having a private practice. She is the author of two books, "The Angels and Me - Experiences of Receiving and Sharing Divine Communication," and "Spirit Awakening - Wisdom for Life and Living." As an Intuitive, Elaine helps others to look beyond the wounds they use to define themselves, so that new and perhaps greater understanding can become known. Through this, we can begin to Heal our World - And Ourselves.

Photos by Laurie Tennent