Journey of Indigenous Gender Identity

Journey of Indigenous Gender IdentityJack Saddleback sat in a coffee shop in Saskatoon, remembering the moment he recognized that the spirituality he had been raised with and known all of his life, may not accept him anymore. Saddleback was raised on the Samson Cree Nation in Maskwacis, Alberta. He explained that growing up he was always a "tomboy" and the community supported his "rough and tumble" attitude. As Saddleback got older, his family was not as quick to accept him. Saddleback is a transgender man.

Native American funerals have changed but retain unique qualities

Native American funerals have changed but retain unique qualitiesDeath comes too soon for too many on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
Few other places in the Western Hemisphere rival its grim statistics: shortest life expectancy, highest mortality rate and widespread alcoholism. “We have a lot of deaths here — suicide, bad health, car wrecks,” said Pat Janis, whose phone regularly rings with calls about families who’ve just lost a loved one.

Keystone approval an 'act of war,' says Native American tribe

Keystone approval an The Rosebud Sioux Tribe of South Dakota has called the U.S. House of Representatives' authorization of Keystone XL an “act of war” and vowed to close its borders to stop the pipeline.

How the Kalahari bushmen and other tribespeople are being evicted to make way for 'wilderness'

How the Kalahari bushmen and other tribespeople are being evicted to make way for 'Racist' governments are forcing native people from their land, supposedly to benefit wildlife and environment, according to a report.
When Botswana's president, Ian Khama, opened a giant $4.9bn diamond mine in the heart of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve in September, there were some notable absentees among the invited guests: the 700 bushmen whose hunter-gatherer families had been the traditional inhabitants of the desert, but who have been exiled to impoverished settlements on the edge of the park and are forbidden to hunt the wildlife.

Corporate Shamanism: the New Name for Innovation?

Corporate Shamanism: the New Name for Innovation?Take risks. Leap into unknown and unexplored areas. Express yourself in new ways. Do these things to locate, validate, and capitalize on new areas of growth for your business. There are formal methods and processes for unlocking potential and manifesting new realities. We always tell clients to be true to themselves, their organizations, and to be a positive force on the planet. We embolden and encourage. We connect them to the real lives that use their creations.