Activist Communique: Strawberry Ceremony and 3rd Vigil for Missing/Murdered Aboriginal Womens and Girls at Six Nations
Thursday February 14, 2014
5:15 pm – 6:00 pm start
Intersection of Queen and Main
The Call Out:
Fwd: 5:15- 6:00pm: KING AND MAIN, HAGERSVILLE
Memorial Vigil for Missing and Murdered
Aboriginal Girls and Women
(Bring your own signs and some available, your
hand drum or shaker, your voice)
6:15 - 7:15pm New Credit Community Hall, 659 New Credit Road
Mississaugas of New Credit First Nation
(From Townlin/Indian Line going towards
Hagersville, Turn Left on New Credit Road. From
Six Nation, Onondaga Road turns into New Credit
Road. From #6 Highway, travel West down First
Line turn right on New Credit Road)
Strawberry Ceremony to honour the spirits
of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women
(Prayers for protection of our young girls and
women in their journey)
(Teachings n the Strawberry: The strawberry is
called deh, meaning heart berry and symbolizes
Key Speakers: Wonda Jamieson, Aileen Joseph,
Manitou Mkwa Singers
Singer Lacey Hill
Tommi Hill, HIV Coordinator
Jen MtPleasant, Haudonoshaunee and Anishnaabe
Missing and Murdered Men
Fundraising: Selling Strawberry Dipped Chocolates in decorated
boxes... 6 strawberries for $5.00
Decorated Cupcakes .......50 each
Decorated Cookies ......... 50 each
(Dollars used for education and awareness
rental or honouraria or travel to the families of
Missing and Murdered to Ottawa or assist with
expenses for trial/court.
For more information contact Valarie King 519 802 7015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Brantford Laurier Women's class students will also be assisting to organize this event.
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