Monday, April 28, 2014
Now in Central America and headed south, Leadhorse Choctaw shares "Kabooca Towa' stickball game, the game of peace
July 2014: New! Read Leadhorse Choctaw's Journal Overland through the Americas
By Leadhorse Choctaw
Leadhorse Choctaw is on a journey through Central and South America, now headed for Honduras, sharing the traditional game of peace Kabocca Towa (stickball game). "It is a game used to settle disputes between tribes and people," Leadhorse said. He is welcoming Indigenous Peoples in the south to the world series championship in Choctaw, Mississippi, in mid July in 2014.
"I love that the people I have met on the way south all smile and laugh all the time, sounds like our people in the north, just in a different locations."
Thanks to Leadhorse for sharing his photos and stories with Censored News.
Update: Leadhorse in El Salvador!
"I've climbed mountains, crossed rivers, walked, hitchhiked, and bused to connect our people of peace, meeting more today and more soon."
"Friends in the El Salvador. They helped the Peace and Dignity runners when they came through and are helping us here."
|Friend in El Salvador|