Introducing myself and my journal: Ojibway Migisi Bineshii
I maintain a blog about Aboriginal, First Nations, Indigenous and Native people worldwide. A main focus of this blog is on women and healing within the people, tribes and communities. Also, short stories and poetry are expressed by Ojibway Migisi Bineshii. A wide range of topics from Native issues, environmentalism, feminism, Earth based spirituality, energy work, and the healing arts are covered in the poetry and short stories. I also am a Columnist/Editor for Think Girl, Associate Editor for Aboriginal News Group and Contributing Editor for Indigenist Intelligence Review. I am an activist, artist, environmentalist, healer, medicine womyn, poet, two-spirited person and a writer. I am a mixed blood Ojibway (Ojibwe, Ojibwa, Anishinaabe) women who strongly identifies with my Ojibway heritage. Hobbies: hiking in the woods, swimming, kayaking, poetry, cafes and drinking tea with loved ones.
Aboriginal/First Nations/Indigenous/Native issues and rights, feminism, environmentalism, The Earth, Great Lakes, Organic farming/gardening, writing, poetry and simple living
Bringing my vision to reality and implementing in a tough world.
My Vision for the Future:
That we all create a more harmonious and balanced way of living on Earth together. We need to allow more of a voice for women and Indigenous peoples worldwide. We need to honor the Earth and her sacred knowledge and wisdom that she holds.
My Areas of Expertise:
Indigenous issues, Indigenous rights, sociology, environmentalism, feminism, women's studies, Michigan history, history of the Ojibway people, organic gardening/farming, project management, volunteer management, group process and non-violent communication