Why is voting important to me?
What does freedom look like to you? I see freedom and unlimited possibilities in the landscape of The Kainai Reserve.
Day 01 of my journey to Otahpiaaki 2019. It’s a new day and my heart is full of gratitude, joy and expectation.
Strategies for healing a broken heart through indigenous textile practices.
Reflections on the 3rd anniversary of my mother’s death, and the lessons I’m learning about living life with purpose.
Indigenous textiles as a source of healing and transformation practiced by Official Nottoway Indian Tribe of Virginia.
The blessing of gratitude and the resulting peace & contentment it brings.
The purpose driven life brings unexpected adventures & experiences for anyone willing to step out on faith.
Transformation through indigo dyeing and healing brokenness with creative hands.
A Personal Celebration of Indigenous Eastern N.C. Cultural Heritage ~ From the Last Toisnot Tuscarora Gatekeeper Yesterday, while braiding my hair, Felicia Farmer asked me how I felt about my upcoming trips to Calgary, Canada and New Orleans. I told her I was fearful because I’m alone and, as a woman, I don’t want toContinue reading “Flying the Coup to Freedom in Canada”