NaNoWriMo is celebrating their 20 year Anniversary! NaNoWriMo is the challenge to write 50,000 words in the month of November. Since November is also the Native American Heritage Month, I have decided that I am writing 30 Native American News and Art Blog Posts here at WenonaGardner.com for NaNoWriMo. If you are writing during NaNoWriMo… Continue reading 30 Native American News & Art Blog Posts for NaNoWriMo in November
Artist’s Way Circle was founded in May 20, 2000 as a living Memorial to my best friend & fellow UWM Student Steve Nemacheck who committed suicide March 5, 2000. Steve was a Blackfoot Artist Student at University of Wisconsin of Milwaukee with me who had PTSD after a major car accident. Steve’s wife left him… Continue reading Living Memorial: Artist’s Way Circle
Boozhoo (Hello in Ojibwe), My name is Wenona Lee Gardner. I am a Native American Journalist. My Indian name is Wabun Anung which means in Morning Star in Ojibwe. I am enrolled in the Stockbridge - Munsee band of Mohican Tribal Nation of Bowler, Wisconsin. I reside in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I have a BA in… Continue reading Wenona Gardner Morning Star Music Journalist with the Native American Journalist
Hi I am walking for to honor my mom!
I just found out that my mom just passed away and I have to make funeral arrangements out of town. Our reservation is up north four hours from Milwaukee. Traditionally we turn off cellphones and computers and go into Ceremony in a sacred fire for three days in mourning. My mom was more than my… Continue reading RIP Mohican, Oneida, Brothertown Medicine Woman and Pipe Carrier Eleanor (Monteen) Soto
As a Native American Journalist with my White Turtle Rainbow Native American Media and Broadcasting Company and launching a Native Podcast on Native American Music and News I had to write a 17 Page Podcast Business Plan. So in order to complete my Podcast Business Plan I have been researching Native American Podcasts and the… Continue reading The Other Side of The Coin: Ancestry DNA Tests are Good For Tribes to Reconnect with Their Lost Birds the Native American Adopted & Fostered Searching Their Way to Come Back To Tribal Homes
Judy, I shared your email with my FullSail Graduate Journalism Professors, UWM Professor in Ojibwe Language and Director of Electa Quinney Institute, a Mohican Tribal Government Worker, a representative from Native American Journalist Association which I am a member, and my Native American attorneys. They all said I am legally allowed to publish stories, videos,… Continue reading Why I Believe Publishing Articles on Indian Summer Festival is Important To Cover for My Journalism Homework