PAMELA GRAY DANIEL

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May 5th as a National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls. Today I want to introduce you to a beautiful soul, Isabella Old Elk. She is Apsaalooké and proud member of the MMIW movement. As of 2016, the National Crime Information Center has reported 5,712 cases of missing American Indian and Alaska Native women and girls. Strikingly, the U.S Department of Justice’s missing person database has only… Read More

Before you watch the video (at the bottom of the page) of the interview with my dad, please read my instructions below. I am excited to share this interview with you, but I believe it has a higher purpose and I don’t want you to miss it. This story is personal and it is hard to share. Racism is being denied access and opportunity based on the color of your skin or… Read More

“Race, is the child of racism, not the father.”  TA-NEHISI COATES Does the child not carry on the legacy of their father? – Pamela Gray Daniel In “Healing Our History & Co-Creating a Culture of Oneness,” I talk about my belief that racism can not survive if we refuse to operate within the social construct of race. Our fidelity and participation in the colonial tradition of race keep us bound to all… Read More

“Overwhelmingly America is still struggling with irresolution and contradictions. It has been sincere and even ardent in welcoming some change. But too quickly apathy and disinterest rise to the surface when the next logical steps are to be taken.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Universe has gifted us with an opportunity to review ourselves and make hard decisions. Will we do just enough to appease our comforts, or will we… Read More