Kunsi Keya Tamakoce Is dedicated to sharing the traditional teachings and sacred ceremonies of the Lakota people with women, children, and men, in order to support the health and well-being of the earth and all who live here. Kunsi Keya Tamakoce uses the Lakota model of community building which cultivates a deep connection to the earth, empowers women to reclaim their role as wise leaders and creates a framework for future generations to realize the importance of living in harmony with the natural world.
One Bead at a Time is the oral memoir of Beverly Little Thunder, a two-spirit Lakota Elder from Standing Rock, who has lived most of her life in service to Indigenous and non-Indigenous women. Transcribed and edited by two-spirit Métis writer Sharron Proulx-Turner, Little Thunder’s narrative is told verbatim, her melodious voice and keen sense of humour almost audible overtop of the text on the page...Little Thunder established the first and today, the only all-women’s Sundance in the world, securing a land base in the Green Mountains of Vermont for future generations of Indigenous women’s ceremony...
To Meet our Challenge we need to Increase the robustness and capacity of our solar energy system. We need a Solar System Battery Upgrade and additional Solar Panels! This will perserve the integrety of our current energy infrasturcture, reduces carbon emissions, and helps Kunsi Keya be a resource for the community and to create an ecological and financially sustainable system learn more about our fundraiser and donate HERE at Crowdrise.
The Women's Sundance is a ceremony of strength and empowerment where women dance in an arbor of living trees. It is celebrated every July when for eight days women dancers of indigenous descent and supporters pray, heal, reconnect with the earth, their indigenous roots, and create beautiful sisterhood.Learn More
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