“All of us can be the ones to make a difference, even from the moment you rise in the morning, the way you use the water, the way you breathe this air, the way you greet this day, the sunlight, the way you touch this Mother Earth. All of us, we can do that.”

Grandmother Mona, The Grandmothers Wisdom Project

What the Grandmothers advocate is a spiritual activism, deeply rooted in the natural world. At the core of their message is the reminder of the most basic principle of Indigenous cultures: that all of life is sacred. When Grandmother Maria Alice speaks about the qualities of Mother Water, ...


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