Water is life – – Mní Wiĉhóni – Tó éí ííná át’é: Part 2

Today, November 24, 2016 I mourn, and I give thanks*. I mourn for the continuous history of violence towards Native and Indigenous peoples since Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492. Today’s National Holiday is a holiday honoring the genocide of Native and Indigenous peoples and this honoring continues to this day. On November 21, […]


This morning, I woke up enveloped in a heaviness and disconnection that I rarely feel unless in extreme cases of survival healing mode. Across my campus, across the state, across the country, across the world; there is this fear. There is this disconnect with the reality of a violent, racist, and powerful entity who will […]