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A Haudenosaunee Perspective on Historical Trauma: A Journey Through the History: From Creation to Residential Schools to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls


Jun 3, 2021 09:41 AM

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Michelle D. Schenandoah,
@Indigenous Concepts Consulting
An inspirational writer, speaker and thought leader, Michelle Schenandoah is a member of the Oneida Indian Nation Wolf Clan of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. She and her husband, Neal Powless founded Indigenous Concepts Consulting to incorporate Indigenous perspective into mainstream culture to raise a new consciousness of peace in the world. She has served as an economic and governance strategist for Native American Nations across the country and has an extensive legal background in tax and business law. She also has substantial experience working in the non-profit sector and served as the President of the Board of Directors for over four years for the Seven Dancers Coalition. Schenandoah holds a JD and LL.M. in Taxation from New York Law School and a BA from Cornell University. She lives in her ancestral homelands with her husband and their beautiful children.
Amie Barnes
Executive Director @Seven Dancers Coalition
Amie Barnes is a Turtle Clan wife and mother of six beautiful children who live on the territory of Akwesasne. She has been The Executive Director of Seven Dancers Coalition for the past nine years where she is working to assist women and their families with healing from generational trauma from their past. She envisions a world where violence against Native Women is unheard of and delegates her life to make this happen.
Keena King
Community Outreach Worker @Seven Dancers Coalition
My name is Keena King. I'm a member of the Mohawk Nation in Akwesasne NY. I'm a mother of four beautiful children. Biilie, Anthonnia, Angel and Ratatehwehniio. I recently started working at Seven Dancer's since October as a Community Outreach Worker. I assist in helping our women find resources and start with their healing process through Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. Being a survivor myself, I've learned that our culture has a huge impact on our healing process. I've created a few programs to help identify, work through and maintain a healthy life as single mothers. I'm just here to do my part the very best that I can.