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13 Moon Walk for Peace

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Audri Scott Williams and Rita Long-Visitor Holy Dance, who is one of the 13 grandmothers of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers will be our guests.  Throughout America people have things to say about what's going on in their lives.  Audri Scott Williams and the people who are with her on the 13 Moon Walk for Peace  are talking with, listening to and interviewing people from diverse communities who have growing concerns about things that are happening in their communities as well as the world.  Audri Scott Williams describes herself as a mother, grandmother, peacewalker, vision keeper, human rights activist, author, and producer. The vision she keeps has led her around the world. She followed her vision on the Trail of Dreams Ancestral Journey, a walk from Pennsylvania to Georgia in 2000, Ghana West Africa in 2002, six continents between 2005 and 2009 on the Trail of Dreams World Peace Walk.  In October 2010 she launched the 13-Moon Walk 4 Peace.  Rita Long-Visitor Holy Dance is an Oglala Lakota keeper of the traditional ways, great grandmother, Native American Church elder, and bead worker. She is descended from Long Visitor and is a member of the Crazy Horse Band, named for the great warrior, Crazy Horse. She lives on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.  Rita will share her thoughts and concerns about the desecration of Mother Earth and what is happening in her community.

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