STILL MISSING IN THE U.S.: WOMEN’S COLLECTIVE AUTHORITY (Part B)



STILL MISSING IN THE U.S.: WOMEN’S COLLECTIVE AUTHORITY – Part B
Resources for Inspiration and Action (3 parts)
Posted: November 27, 2016

Part A. Events
Part B. Current Messages for Inspiration
–Reactions to U.S. Election
–Standing Rock
–Waging Peace
Part C. Creating New Foundations for Life: Practical 21st Century Initiatives

 

B. CURRENT MESSAGES FOR INSPIRATION
Reactions to U.S. Election
Standing Rock
Waging Peace

1. Great Council of Grandmothers — After the U.S. Election
Channeled by Sharon McErlane
“First…You have elected, not a man, but a ‘moy’ to lead you. He is a boy in an old man’s body….”

 
2. 15 Indigenous Women on the Frontlines of the Dakota Access Pipeline Resistance
October 29, 2016
Interviews collected by Emily Grasim & Osprey Orielle Lake
Women’s Earth & Climate Action Network

 

3. OUR 100 LETTER
Post-election letter drafted by 100 women-of-color leaders. I don’t entirely agree with the mission statement or their emphasis on connecting to elected officials, but I support broad coalitions and I’m happy to be a follower as well as a leader.

 

4. Wisdom from the Women of Standing Rock
Interviews for a film in progress, End of the Line
Posted on World Pulse: Connecting Women’s Voices to Transform our World
By Shannon Kring Nov. 8, 2016

 

5. Mary Magdalene Response to U.S. Election
Channeled by Mercedes Kirkel
This particular channeling is not about women per se, but it is a message of active peace in the female way. The whole of Mercedes Kirkel’s work is focused on re-claiming the divine feminine.