Jordan Marie Daniel

In Episode 70, we get to hear from Jordan Marie Daniel (Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel), a real warrior woman in mind, body and spirit, advocating to end murdered and missing Indigenous women in the United States.

Jordan is a citizen of the Kul Wicasa Oyate, also known as the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in South Dakota, who became even more of household name in Indian country, when the 4th generation runner painted a red hand over her mouth and the letters MMIW on her legs when she ran the Boston Marathon to raise awareness.

This is one podcast you don’t want to miss. Her story is incredibly inspiring and shows how we can all make a difference working together for justice.

Link to Jordan Marie Daniel’s website with lots of resources:

Link to Indigenous Peoples Day Virtual Run – Oct.10th-Oct.18th, 2020:

Link to Indigenous Peoples Day in USA (Oct.12, 2020) Virtual Run T-Shirts:

Here is the link to the YouTube version of this podcast in case you prefer video:
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Please note: Nothing in this podcast advocates for violence on Indigenous territories.

Please also note: Nothing in this podcast or the referenced materials should be misconstrued as legal, financial or medical advice nor relied on as such. These videos are for educational purposes and represent fair political comment.

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