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A Woodlands Native

A Woodlands Native

Woodlands Native Americans hunt, fish, gather, traps, trade, creates, and much more. We enjoy what Creator has gifted us. Woodlands Native beliefs or practices are passed on from generation to generation. Perhaps the greatest impact of the Ojibwe on the world, however, is our very presence, our survival as a people. Keeping traditions is key to keeping our culture alive. 

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Red Jasper The Stone of Empowerment to Overcome Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking Against Native American and Alaska Native Women

Red Jasper The Stone of Empowerment to Overcome Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking Against Native American and Alaska Native Women

  In efforts for the protection and bringing awareness to the reality of Native American and Alaska Native Women human trafficking and sexual abuse, I am naming the red jasper necklace the chose for representing awareness.  All women have the right to be safe and free from violence, the right to adequate and equal health care, and the right to justice. That’s why I am calling on you to help in the effort. For each Red Jasper necklace that I (Ayasha) sell, I will donate 50% of the proceeds to care for these women. The proceeds will go towards efforts to rescuing these victims of human trafficking and sexual assault. 

 

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