When the Tulalip Tribes Board of Directors passed a motion to support the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C., they followed through by sending a delegation of twenty individuals to support the Tribe’s national efforts to stop gun violence, specifically to put an end to mass shootings. Continue reading
Category Archives: Domestic Violence
Stand and Demand Justice for MMIW and Survivors
OCETI SAKOWIN TERRITORY, SD, March 26, 2018– Last year we got messages from one of our Oceti Sakowin camp sisters that her daughter was missing, soon after she called and said her daughter was found but needed help, she was being held captive against her will and was in dire need of rescuing. Continue reading
‘I Remember’ part 4 by Rae Rose
I do not feel the pain of impact. A mental count, I took down four of the enemy when I landed.
Grabbing a nearby rock in one hand and a knife from the enemy below me I continue my attack. Continue reading
‘I Remember’ part 3 by Rae Rose
I am sure they can hear my ragged breath and pounding heart. I am afraid.
Can they smell my fear?
My heart is pounding I can feel all the fear, and resentment merging, growing, becoming beyond my control. In this moment I am a warrior. I want this fight. Even if I die here, they will remember me. Continue reading
Throw Away by Rae Rose
I have never been Beautiful,
Worthwhile, or wanted, Continue reading