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Turtle Women Rising for Peace

Turtle Women Rising for Peace

Join us and our special guest Deborah Guerrero, co-founder of Turtle Women Rising. She will share her incredible story about a special drum that was gifted to her at a gathering several years ago. Deborah, who is Tlingit, Snohomish, and Cowlitz, is a social worker at Muckleshoot Indian Child Welfare in Auburn Washington. Ms Guerrero is an activist and community organizer who serves as a Board of Director for several Indian Organizations in Seattle. As a ceremonialist, she has a deep passion for Traditional Indigenous Healing ways. Deborah is an active member in the Native American Church and is co- founder of Turtle Women Rising. In October of 2008 in Washington, DC a spiritual gathering led by Turtle Women Rising founder Eli Painted Crow and co-founder Deborah Guerrero put the call out and hundreds of people together for four days to drum for peace. A large and powerful sacred Grandmother Drum was played continuously bringing fourth the prayerful heartbeat sound that resonated through