Berry Plants For Women's Nutrition & Medicine
An article by Katsi Cook, Akwesasne Mohawk.
Cheyenne Women's Music
"Playing, joking, teaching, courting, encouraging, and praying: such everyday activities and the songs that go with them are the subjects of this unique view of contemporary Southern Cheyenne women's music."
Indigenous/Native American Writers
Voices From the Gaps project's list of American Indian women who are
Indigenous Women's Environmental Network
The Indigenous Women's Environmental Network is an ad-hoc group of Aboriginal Women in Saskatchewan who are concerned about environmental issues and the impact that megaprojects have on Indigenous people.
Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center
This center was established to "assist American Indian Women so they can enjoy a better quality
of life for themselves and their families."
Native American Survival from Cancer
This page describes videos in the "Native American Breast
Cancer Survivor's Video Series." There is no cost to Survivor's Network
members. Any survivor can join.
Native American Women Playwrights Archive
Here is a collection of original materials by Native American women playwrights
of the Americas.
Red Road Collective
Red Road Collective, founded by a few shawl sisters, in East Lansing, Michigan in the Winter of 1993. Newletters, message pages, a collection of information, and best of all: a column of photos of American Indian Women down each side of the Home Page. Some of the photos have links to information about the woman.
NA Women's Health Education Resource Center
Started on/near the Yankton Sioux Reservation, SD, in 1985, this Center
organizes Native women to become involved in advocacy for better health and
in social change.
Native Women's Wellness through Awareness
Their goal is to develop a culturally acceptable program to
increase the number of urban Native American women who participate in early cancer
CHAPTER OF NATIVE WOMEN
This group encourages Native Women to take their rightful place in society while remembering
and honouring their unique cultural and spiritual beliefs.
White Earth Land Recovery Project
The mission of the White Earth Land Recovery Project is to facilitate recovery of the original land base of the White Earth Indian Reservation, while preserving and restoring traditional practices of sound land stewardship, language fluency, community development, and strengthening our spiritual and cultural heritage. Founding Director - Winona LaDuke
World's Indigenous Women's Foundation Home Page
You are invited to examine this site, become a member, sign our guest book, contribute articles and testimony to our on-line journal, Smoke Signals, participate in scheduled chat sessions concerning issues of interest and concern to indigenous women and review the news related to indigenous women and women in third world countries. We are currently re-designing this web site. It will be on-line soon. Please check back again.