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Wenona Gardner Morning Star Music Journalist with the Native American Journalist

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

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Come to Pray, Grieve, and Remember the Passing of Mohican, Oneida, Brothertown Eleanor Marie Monteen (Soto)

You are invited to Pray, Grieve & Remember: Brothertown, Oneida, & Mohican Medicine Woman Pipe Carrier Tribal Genealogist Eleanor Marie Monteen (Soto) Wambli Wasu Winyan 🦅Hail Eagle Woman During Holy Week at the Congregation Great Spirit Church 10th & Lapham St Milwaukee, WI 53204 Thursday April 18, 2019 at 7 pm CDT Friday April 18,… Continue reading Come to Pray, Grieve, and Remember the Passing of Mohican, Oneida, Brothertown Eleanor Marie Monteen (Soto)

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OMG Facebook!! 😡😡😡😡

Facebook wrongfully just deleted my announcement on me just finding out she has passed and all your lovely prayers and memories of my mom were wrongfully deleted by Facebook!  I am not at home. My Mohican, Oneida, Brothertown Medicine Woman Mom Eleanor Monteen Soto I was just told she passed away at her assisted… Continue reading OMG Facebook!! 😡😡😡😡

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RIP Mohican, Oneida, Brothertown Medicine Woman and Pipe Carrier Eleanor (Monteen) Soto

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

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Milwaukee Community Grief Ritual April 19 – 21

. Water Protectors https://tulsitea.wixsite.com/milwaukee?sfns=mo Indigenous cultures around the world have held rituals bringing the community together for time to reflect, grieve and relieve the repressed feelings that eventually erupt into violence, addiction, depression,anxiety or fear.Grief comes in many forms: Death of loved ones,divorce, loss of a job, abuse, neglect, natural disasters, loss of a dream… Continue reading Milwaukee Community Grief Ritual April 19 – 21