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Friday, November 12, 2021

Apache Naelyn Pike: Women as Life Givers, Surviving the Extinction Plan

Apache Naelyn Pike

Maintaining the Balance: Women are the Life Givers Holding the Earth in Balance, Apache Naelyn Pike at Bioneers

Article by Brenda Norrell
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Apache Naelyn Pike, 22, brought this powerful message: "When we are born, then they know that their plan for our extinction failed."

This fact is empowering, Naelyn said during a panel today of four women speaking on "Nature, Justice and Women's Leadership: A Strategic Trio for Effective Change," at the Bioneers Conference.

Mohawk Nation News 'Kanistensera and Men's Fire Won't Permit McGill to Investigate Itself'


Mohawk Nation News

November 12, 2021

On November 10 at 7.10 pm the men’s fire and the kanistensera – Mohawk Mothers – met with the McGill-Royal Victoria makeover commissioners via Zoom [VIDEO BELOW]. According to kaianerekowa protocol, the men’s fire and Mohawk mothers informed the Commissioners that there is the possible presence of unmarked graves in certain portions of the ex-hospital site. All work on the McGill Royal Vic project must immediately stop as it could be a crime scene. The Truth and Reconciliation commission’s final report states: “no reconciliation is possible until the truth is known.” McGill stated that on their blog, ‘We are ready to collaborate with government and band council agents of Canada [the genociders] so that the proper investigations can be conducted”!!


The Voice of a Warrior Woman in the Amazon Opens Bioneers Conference 2021

Bioneers keynote address Nov. 11, 2021

The Voice of a Warrior Woman in the Ecuadorian Amazon Opens Bioneers Conference 2021

By Brenda Norrell
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When Nemonte Nenquimo returned to her homeland in the Amazon, it was as a Warrior Woman, shedding the capitalism and poverty she saw in the city. Now, Nemonte leads the challenge, as the pristine Amazon is attacked by oil companies and left vulnerable and unprotected by Ecuador's president.

The Goldman Environmental Award winner from the Amazon Rainforest brought her message to the opening of the Bioneers Conference on Thursday.

"I am a Waorani woman, community leader," Nemonte says during the video presentation filmed in her Amazon homeland. "Without territory, there are no Waorani."

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