Rock Maze

The Warrior's Path

Protecting and Defending Our People:

Nakni Tushka Anowa (A Warrior's Path)

Greetings Relatives,

I am delighted to share the Warrior's Path document spearheaded by our good relative Dr. Art Blume and his Div. 45 Presidential Initiative. It was co-chaired by Marie Weil, Jean Lau Chin (may she rest easy) and me. It was presented to Division 45 and will be published in the Journal of Indigenous Research. We are hopeful you will find this document uplifting and helpful. We were supported in this effort by our friends, relatives and kindred spirits. It has been

a labor of love and humility.

Presented to you all with love and gratitude,

Gayle and Warrior's Path team.


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