We can help ourselves' one by one, women, at the end of an Indigenous doula workshop, shared a word to reflect how they felt. Photo courtesy of Delia Johnson/Cronkite News
A wonderful documentary about indigenous midwives in Quilombola, Brazil (rural communities founded in the 19th century by runaway slaves), and how they have remained community leaders by maintaining a strong connection with their ancestral wisdom and traditions.
We hosted a wonderful discussion on October 17, 2020 with local birth workers and the filmmakers and midwives of Women of Earth to celebrate Indigenous People’s day
Empowering and investing in the Native American community of Massachusetts since 1969.
Protecting and preserving Native American Culture, Traditions and Spirituality
Indigenous Peoples Day MA is a coalition of organizations and individuals who work to get Indigenous Peoples Day legislation passed in Massachusetts
The fundamental role is to assist Native American individuals, tribes, and organizations in their relationship with state and local government agencies and to advise the Commonwealth in matters pertaining to Native Americans
The Wampanoag tribe of Plymouth Indians is known Present-day as the Herring Pond Wampanoag Tribe.
Tribal programs and services including Tribal Council and General Membership and Cultural and Natural resources protection
Tribal resources to preserve and protect ancestral traditions, language, and heritage