A Voice from the Eastern Door

Articles written by Arisawe

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  • All Nations Gathering at Alcatraz

    Arisawe|Feb 25, 2016

    In November, 1969, Richard Oakes, a Mohawk from Akwesasne, who was an iron worker and an enrolled student of San Francisco State University, led a movement to bring Native American rights into the light. He, along with other Onkwehonwe of many nations, reclaimed Alcatraz Island, to bring attention to the civil injustices created by the US government. It was an event that not only raised the consciousness of American people, but it raised the consciousness of Onkwehonwe of all nations. At the...

  • The Gift of Music to Awaken the Spirit

    Arisawe|Jul 30, 2015

    Everyone can relate to how music moves you and stirs emotions. Think of a time when you heard a favorite song from the past that you haven't heard in a long while. You'll suddenly remember exactly what you were doing, who you were with and how happy the song made you feel. You used music as you did chores, did your homework or maybe you and that special someone danced to your favorite songs. It may have been many years since you've heard your favorite old song, but as soon as you hear it, your...

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