Vision: To educate, preserve & maintain Traditional Teachings.
To create a 12 month Apprenticeship Program to empower, honor and acknowledge cultural leadership in our communities.
To teach, reach and connect our Elders & Youth.
Behold, a Sacred Voice is is calling you; All over the Sky a Sacred Voice is calling you. If you hear the calling, come and learn the Teachings.
Grandmothers Lodge invites all people of all ages, races cultural and spiritual backgrounds to our Circle.
Grandmothers, Aunties, Grandmother helpers, Granddaughters,Grandsons, Two Spirit People of all ages are needed.
We will hold monthly Sharing Circles in Detroit MI with Traditional Teachings, Drumming, Potlucks, Crafts etc.
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Elder Grandmother Isabelle Meawasige / Blue Fire Woman of the Bear Clan of the Serpent River First Nation in Ontario Canada, has worked for over forty years as a social worker in service to our people. Isabelle is a Ceremonialist, a Knowledge Keeper, a Traditional Teacher and a Spiritual Leader-Helper of her people; she combines “Ancient Teachings” with contemporary education to bring understanding to people of All Nations. Isabelle's specialties include Women's and Grandmother's empowerment and training, child and family, mental health, woman abuse, Indian Residential School Movement and Metis Community Wellness and PACT-Ottawa’s human trafficking awareness initiatives.
Isabelle has traveled extensively educating communities about Human Trafficking, her efforts were noticed and she was invited to take part in a forum on Indigenous issues at the United Nations in India.
Isabelle is the co-founder of the Grandmothers' Lodge and Kii-Ga-Do-Waak (Grandmother Council).
to learn more about Elder Meawasige visit: www.meawasige.com
Elder Kokum Ma-nee has been appointed to the AFN Knowledge Keepers Council by the Chiefs of Ontario Leadership Council to be their 2SLGBTQQIA Elder representative. There she will represent the interests of Ontario First Nations 2SLGBTQQIA nationally.
Ma Nee is a published author of the book titled A Two-spirit Journey: the autobiography of a lesbian Ojibwa-Cree Elder and an Actor in FireSong.
She mentors 2 Spirit First Nation young people who are coming out, travels Ontario and Canada often serving as Grand Marshall for Pride parades and events. She is also a mentor and sweat lodge keeper for the youth and 2SLGBTQQIA community near Lake Nipigon, Ontario.
To learn more visit: https://uofmpress.ca/books/detail/a-two-spirit-journey
Great Grandmother Mary Lyons is an Ojibwe Elder, Niish-Nibi-Ikwe “Second Water Woman”, Elder of Mitigwakk-Daywaygus-Giwstashskad “Water Drum Circle”, Sr. Member of the “Top Hat Medicine Dress/Long Skirt Society”, Spiritual Advisor, Storyteller, Wisdom Teacher. One of the four Indigenous Grandmothers that oversee the Women of Wellbriety, Int’l. and active United Nations Observer on Women/Indigenous Issues; she is the author of Wisdom Lessons: Spirited Guidance from an Ojibwe Great-Grandmother.
Elder Grandmother Margaret Behan ,Red Spider Woman, Neiwoo (Arapaho) Traditional Medicine Woman, Spiritual Healer, Holy Person, Visionary, Wisdom Keeper,*(Honorary) Member Of The International Council Of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers.
Grandmother Margaret Behan is an Indigenous American woman who is Southern Arapaho-Cheyenne on her mother's side, and Northern Arapahoe/Northern Cheyenne on her father's side.... and is a fourth generation descendant of an ancestor who was a survivor of the Sand Creek Massacre. She is also the Founder of the Cheyenne Elders Council .., a group of Indigenous Healers.. and teachers. Grandmother Margaret Behan is the fifth generation of Sand Creek Massacre survivors. She was born into the Cheyenne Beaver Clan on her mother's side, and the Rabbit Lodge on her father's Cheyenne/Arapaho side. After she was born, her grandfather put up a tipi and held a ceremony for her life. "In Cheyenne, such a thing is expressed as, 'He planted prayers for me,' ..Grandmother Margaret said.
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