The beauty and wisdom of Indigenous women


The synonymous of indigenous is local, aboriginal, native, meaning ‘originating or occurring naturally in a particular place’. The most information available up to date show us the problems indigenous people, women especially, are facing now, which would be violence, sexism, racism, tracking, environmental crisis, repression etc. It comes from forcing indigenous women and people to embrace modernization. Outsider’s manipulating the use of their knowledge and resources for their own benefit and profit. Indigenous communities need our help. You may find a few charity organizations below to take part in if this is of interest to you. Today my focus goes to amazing stories and facts about indigenous women and their communities. it’s not all dark. If we look into womans role in the past: Women traditionally played the central role within the family, within Aboriginal government and in spiritual ceremonies. Women were responsible for the domestic sphere and were viewed as both life-givers and the caretakers of life. As a result, women were responsible for the early socialization of children.’ Isn’t it amazing, to know the important role women had in the past? Let’s back bring the confidence and make a change in our personal life and communities.

I want to share a beautiful story and example how indigenous people live and what they’ve achieved.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/irene-lane/fresh-perspective-on-sust_b_5433175.html

Women empowerment charity – Kutoa org.

https://www.kutoa.org/themes/women-s-empowerment?gclid=Cj0KEQiA-ZSzBRDp3ITHm5KO_JYBEiQA1JjHHDZqNH3maIj2f0y0wwLlnmpaW3F0j7twdN2Jcf8HJOgaAk_08P8HAQ

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The synonymous of indigenous is local, aboriginal, native, meaning ‘originating or occurring naturally in a particular place’. The most information available up to date show us the problems indigenous people, women especially, are facing now, which would be violence, sexism, racism, tracking, environmental crisis, repression etc. It comes from forcing indigenous women and people to embrace modernization. Outsider’s manipulating the use of their knowledge and resources for their own benefit and profit. Indigenous communities need our help. You may find a few charity organizations below to take part in if this is of interest to you, there are lot of crowdfunding sites that are raising awareness out there. Today my focus goes to amazing stories and facts about indigenous women and their communities. it’s not all dark. If we look into womans role in the past: Women traditionally played the central role within the family, within Aboriginal government and in spiritual ceremonies. Women were responsible for the domestic sphere and were viewed as both life-givers and the caretakers of life. As a result, women were responsible for the early socialization of children.’ Isn’t it amazing, to know the important role women had in the past? Let’s back bring the confidence and make a change in our personal life and communities.

I want to share a beautiful story and example how indigenous people live and what they’ve achieved.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/irene-lane/fresh-perspective-on-sust_b_5433175.html

Women empowerment charity – Kutoa org.

https://www.kutoa.org/themes/women-s-empowerment?gclid=Cj0KEQiA-ZSzBRDp3ITHm5KO_JYBEiQA1JjHHDZqNH3maIj2f0y0wwLlnmpaW3F0j7twdN2Jcf8HJOgaAk_08P8HAQ
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