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View alowden87's Instagram Moms harvest so far from her gardens and fruit trees. In case y'all are wondering where I got my flow. I got it from my momma. Everything grows for her.  #nativemothers #indigenouswomen #momforthewin 1586766220417195227_1131746865

Moms harvest so far from her gardens and fruit trees. In case y'all are wondering where I got my flow. I got it from my momma. Everything grows for her. #nativemothers #indigenouswomen #momforthewin

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View warnayakaartcentre's Instagram Detail of a large scale work in progress by Biddy Nungarrayi Long. 1586774146108100583_5638592457

Detail of a large scale work in progress by Biddy Nungarrayi Long.

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View indicityancestor's Instagram " Her first name is Freedom and her middle name Grace.  You can find her dancing under the moonlight. You can see her worshipping the sun. Beauty follows her every intention. She counts her blessings as stars."
Photography by: @indicity_alex 
Model: @rebeccarene_m 
Accessories by: @indicityancestor 
Leggings by: @nativeamericanapparel.ca

#indigenousfashion #handmade #indigenouswomen #indicity #feathers #beads #chakra #artisan 1586679008171250289_14867125

" Her first name is Freedom and her middle name Grace. You can find her dancing under the moonlight. You can see her worshipping the sun. Beauty follows her every intention. She counts her blessings as stars." Photography by: @indicity_alex Model: @rebeccarene_m Accessories by: @indicityancestor Leggings by: @nativeamericanapparel.ca #indigenousfashion #handmade #indigenouswomen #indicity #feathers #beads #chakra #artisan

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View theripple's Instagram Loving this! 
Also here's my mango plant I grew from seed! •
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Loving this! Also here's my mango plant I grew from seed! • Rp @undocumedia • [image description: black type-writer text on white background states "if speaking to plants kindly helps them grow, imaging speaking kindly to humans" 2nd image: sprouted mango plant in a pot of soil] • #theripple

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View wabanoonkwe's Instagram Wabanoonkwe originates from a small Indian Reservation in Northwestern Ontario Canada, Iskatewizaagegan #39,  formerly known as Shoal Lake but is registered with Wabaseemoong also known as Whitedog. Raised by a single mother, living in low income status, Wabanoonkwe started her enterpenurial journey early.

Wabanoonkwe's  journey began in 2007, after selling her clothing line, "Dinawo" (based out of  Southern Ontario, Canada)  After taking a break from the entrepreneurial world she re-entered by customizing Native American Indian inspired beadwork. At that time, beading was just a hobby, but it quickly developed into a passion for designing fashionable contemporary accessories. Her theme was "Where Trend Meets Tradition"! By 2009, Turquoise Soul was featured across North America at Pow Wows, Trade Shows, Fashion Shows etc.

The Turquoise Soul line has been proudly displayed throughout various magazines, blogs, social medias such as:
Beyond Bucksin, Native Max Magazine, Urban Native Mag, APTN, CBC, NAMW 2013. 
Our Mission at Turquose Soul was to ensure that every person we interact with will be inspired by our radiating  positivity and contagious enthusiasm, which is expressed through our ground breaking style. We've married the idea of beauty, photography, art and fashion to create a "One Stop Glam Package"! We took pride in knowing that we helped people with various backgrounds highlighting their beauty through our motto "Let Create The Vision Together".
This now leads us to the newest development of Wabanoonkwe's vision.

Wabanoonkwe started as a passionate, self-taught makeup artist who mastered her skills through top of the line training with Paul Mitchell Academy and M.A.C cosmetics. With the recent completion of Xtreme Lash Certification and Ellabana Certification Wabanoonkwe has now become an Instructor.  Her vision is to continuously evolve with the beauty and fashion industry making her the epitome of an Image Professional and a Beauty Educator. ​
One of the most valued programs that Wabanoonkwe developed is a Class for Youth and Women enhancing thier natural beauty by "Self Love through the Arts". It's an inspirational empowerment program that 1586593201534428435_7185677

Wabanoonkwe originates from a small Indian Reservation in Northwestern Ontario Canada, Iskatewizaagegan #39, formerly known as Shoal Lake but is registered with Wabaseemoong also known as Whitedog. Raised by a single mother, living in low income status, Wabanoonkwe started her enterpenurial journey early. Wabanoonkwe's journey began in 2007, after selling her clothing line, "Dinawo" (based out of Southern Ontario, Canada) After taking a break from the entrepreneurial world she re-entered by customizing Native American Indian inspired beadwork. At that time, beading was just a hobby, but it quickly developed into a passion for designing fashionable contemporary accessories. Her theme was "Where Trend Meets Tradition"! By 2009, Turquoise Soul was featured across North America at Pow Wows, Trade Shows, Fashion Shows etc. The Turquoise Soul line has been proudly displayed throughout various magazines, blogs, social medias such as: Beyond Bucksin, Native Max Magazine, Urban Native Mag, APTN, CBC, NAMW 2013. Our Mission at Turquose Soul was to ensure that every person we interact with will be inspired by our radiating positivity and contagious enthusiasm, which is expressed through our ground breaking style. We've married the idea of beauty, photography, art and fashion to create a "One Stop Glam Package"! We took pride in knowing that we helped people with various backgrounds highlighting their beauty through our motto "Let Create The Vision Together". This now leads us to the newest development of Wabanoonkwe's vision. Wabanoonkwe started as a passionate, self-taught makeup artist who mastered her skills through top of the line training with Paul Mitchell Academy and M.A.C cosmetics. With the recent completion of Xtreme Lash Certification and Ellabana Certification Wabanoonkwe has now become an Instructor. Her vision is to continuously evolve with the beauty and fashion industry making her the epitome of an Image Professional and a Beauty Educator. ​ One of the most valued programs that Wabanoonkwe developed is a Class for Youth and Women enhancing thier natural beauty by "Self Love through the Arts". It's an inspirational empowerment program that

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View theycallthewindmaria's Instagram What a beautiful place to be.  my eclipse dress to honor the sun is so happy  #eclipse #Oregon #eclipseweekend 1586471029597184776_1053932229

What a beautiful place to be. my eclipse dress to honor the sun is so happy #eclipse #oregon #eclipseweekend

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View naahillaheefund's Instagram Our current grant application is now up. Link in Bio. Submission deadline is September 25th.
Please share with your communities 
Funding priorities:
We make grants to Siʔsiýeḿ [Women] in support of their innovative, solutions-oriented projects that are rooted in cultural traditions. These community projects will help connect people to Na’ah Illahee, Mother Earth, and our animal and plant relatives; advance environmental justice; and improve the problems caused by the violence that may exist within their Indigenous community or tribal nation. As we acknowledge that our environment is currently in crisis and that re-connection with nature can heal us, we are especially interested in supporting environmental restoration.
Funded projects may include:
• The sharing and enrichment of cultural protocols, traditional knowledge and ways of being
• Revitalization, teaching and sharing of traditional ecological knowledge
• Indigenous-led ecological restoration or permaculture service learning projects
#naahillahee #naahillaheefund #women #indigenouswomen #grants #leadership #nativewomen #nativegirls #RFP #callforproposals #culturaltraditions 1586474275735676671_4165439903

Our current grant application is now up. Link in Bio. Submission deadline is September 25th. Please share with your communities Funding priorities: We make grants to Siʔsiýeḿ [Women] in support of their innovative, solutions-oriented projects that are rooted in cultural traditions. These community projects will help connect people to Na’ah Illahee, Mother Earth, and our animal and plant relatives; advance environmental justice; and improve the problems caused by the violence that may exist within their Indigenous community or tribal nation. As we acknowledge that our environment is currently in crisis and that re-connection with nature can heal us, we are especially interested in supporting environmental restoration. Funded projects may include: • The sharing and enrichment of cultural protocols, traditional knowledge and ways of being • Revitalization, teaching and sharing of traditional ecological knowledge • Indigenous-led ecological restoration or permaculture service learning projects #naahillahee #naahillaheefund #women #indigenouswomen #grants #leadership #nativewomen #nativegirls #rfp #callforproposals #culturaltraditions

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View theripple's Instagram We as Americans have a duty to question the government and urge them to make changes based on the needs of the people.  We cannot support blind patriotism because that does not lead to progress. We must continue to challenge, continue to fight for what is right. The government does not have the final say on what matters. We the people are stronger than the people in government. -Diane
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We as Americans have a duty to question the government and urge them to make changes based on the needs of the people. We cannot support blind patriotism because that does not lead to progress. We must continue to challenge, continue to fight for what is right. The government does not have the final say on what matters. We the people are stronger than the people in government. -Diane • RP @undocumedia • [Image Description: an image of Dick Gregory with text that reads "the system got y'all thinking that "legal" means "right"... but remember, slavery was legal!"] • #theripple

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View _sequali_'s Instagram Today, we almost didn't get up. We thought about a rest day. Then we pushed through it and had a kick ass Cardio day... ‍♀️
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‍♀️ It's awesome to have a friend that pushes you past your comfort zone so you can grow. This quote is awesome!  ▫️
▫️    ☀️☀️☀️ #nativebesties #nativegrads #cougsforlife #valleyofthesun #washingtontoarizona #sequaliadventures #startfromthebottom #werestillhere #cheeseybutcute #indigenouswomen #indigenous #livin #doyourbest 1586393592603368468_5830120723

Today, we almost didn't get up. We thought about a rest day. Then we pushed through it and had a kick ass Cardio day... ‍♀️ ‍♀️ ‍♀️ It's awesome to have a friend that pushes you past your comfort zone so you can grow. This quote is awesome! ▫️ ▫️ ☀️☀️☀️ #nativebesties #nativegrads #cougsforlife #valleyofthesun #washingtontoarizona #sequaliadventures #startfromthebottom #werestillhere #cheeseybutcute #indigenouswomen #indigenous #livin #doyourbest

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View theripple's Instagram Happy Monday, loves 
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I struggle with this constantly, always feeling like I need to do more when I really don't have the energy to do so. Last week, I forced myself to step back. I'm thankful for the wonderful team here at The Ripple and how supportive they've been while I worked to take care of myself. But I'm back, in a much better place. I encourage you all, if you body is fighting you, take a break. Your body and your mind will thank you. -Diane
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[Image Description: an pale orange gradient background with text on the top half that reads "sometimes doing your best means accepting that not all days are productive" in the middle of the image is an image of a small animal facing away from the front of the image. On the bottom half of the image reads "take care of yourself today and try again tomorrow"]
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Happy Monday, loves • I struggle with this constantly, always feeling like I need to do more when I really don't have the energy to do so. Last week, I forced myself to step back. I'm thankful for the wonderful team here at The Ripple and how supportive they've been while I worked to take care of myself. But I'm back, in a much better place. I encourage you all, if you body is fighting you, take a break. Your body and your mind will thank you. -Diane • kittenwitchandthebadvibes.tumblr.com via @slaythepatriarchy • [Image Description: an pale orange gradient background with text on the top half that reads "sometimes doing your best means accepting that not all days are productive" in the middle of the image is an image of a small animal facing away from the front of the image. On the bottom half of the image reads "take care of yourself today and try again tomorrow"] • #theripple

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View weavehealconnected's Instagram These ladies... are getting together again on the Sunshine Coast for the second Karrimarnbun project - sharing their weaving knowledge through workshops as part of the @horizonartfest - book now! A special weekend of weaving starts this Friday... check out https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/rene-bahloo-10793355289 for details and bookings. #australianbasketry #sunshinecoastweaving #sunshinecoasteorkshops #weavingcircle #crafting #fibrearts #dilly #indigenousaustralia #indigenouswomen #basketryaustralia #queenslandbasketry #basketrytuition #weavingbaskets #horizonartfest #fibrecraft #culturalexchange #ecodye #dye #naturaldye #bushdye #fibredye # 1585974033344828596_3042460348

These ladies... are getting together again on the Sunshine Coast for the second Karrimarnbun project - sharing their weaving knowledge through workshops as part of the @horizonartfest - book now! A special weekend of weaving starts this Friday... check out https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/rene-bahloo-10793355289 for details and bookings. #australianbasketry #sunshinecoastweaving #sunshinecoasteorkshops #weavingcircle #crafting #fibrearts #dilly #indigenousaustralia #indigenouswomen #basketryaustralia #queenslandbasketry #basketrytuition #weavingbaskets #horizonartfest #fibrecraft #culturalexchange #ecodye #dye #naturaldye #bushdye #fibredye #

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View ixedesigns's Instagram A Beautiful evening full of possibilities. @twindian a gorgeous mujer inside and out #galadinner #livesuction #indianmarket2017 #mujerguerrera #indigenouswomen #representing #opportunityisknocking #fullofpossibilities 1585963468700185375_1799146908

A Beautiful evening full of possibilities. @twindian a gorgeous mujer inside and out #galadinner #livesuction #indianmarket2017 #mujerguerrera #indigenouswomen #representing #opportunityisknocking #fullofpossibilities

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