Indigenous Women & Girls Empowerment and Self-Defense Training Program

Pilot Training Launch October 16, 2020

Be a part of our growing tribe that includes any person or organization devoted to ending the MMIWG crisis, one Relative at a time.

House of the Moon is a grassroots and Indigenous led holistic healing and

restoration movement for those impacted by the Murdered and Missing

Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) tragedy on Turtle Island.

 

Indigenous women are some of the most resilient, resourceful and creative people

in the world.  Being reminded of women's inherent power as life-givers and

by having access to the necessary support and resources, change can and will happen. 

 

House of the Moon belongs first to every single Missing and Murdered Indigenous woman

and girl, whose power, spirit and light remain with us, guiding each step of this

movement. We must match their profound courage and together as many hands,

hearts and voices, restore sacred reverence

and innate power to the life-givers, ending the MMIWG tragedy,

one relative at a time.

 

House of the Moon

A Unified Gathering Place

Wisdom from the Elders 

MMIWG Tributes

Empowerment & Self-Defense Training Program

Founding Council Members

  • Chief Judy Wilson: Union of BC Indian Chiefs Executive/Chief of Neskonlith Indian Band of the Shushwap Nation

  • Shelly Fyant, Chairwoman of Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes

  • Jami Pluff:  Policy Analyst, and former Vice Chairwoman of Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes

  • Tina Bierle: Program Manager, Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council (RMTLC)

  • Rynalea Whiteman Pena: President, Northern Cheyenne Tribe

  • Erin E. Mitchell, Founder of Nation Unsevered

Current Circle of Advisors

  • Rain Bear Stands Last, Executive Director of Global Indigenous Council

  • Gay Kingman, Executive Director Great Plains Tribal Chairman's Association

  • Casey Camp-Horinek, Environmental Ambassador, Elder & Hereditary Drumkeeper, Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma

  • Randy'L Teton, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes

  • Patsy Phillips, IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts Director

  • Ben Nuvamsa, CEO/President of Kiva Institute

  • Gladys Radek, Gitksan Wet'suwet'en, Co-Founder of Tears 4 Justice

  • Georgina Lightning, Actress & Film Director

  • Grand Chief Wilton Littlechild, Ph.D.

Current Confirmed Presenters

  • Chief Judy Wilson: Union of BC Indian Chiefs Executive/Chief of Neskonlith Indian Band of the Shushwap Nation

  • Elaine Alec

  • Annita Mcphee

  • Rain Bear Stands Last, Executive Director of Global Indigenous Council

  • Mikase Camp-Horinek

  • Amelia Washington

  • LoVina Louie, Coeur d'Alene/Colville/Nez Perce

  • Liana Brooks Rubin

  • Guy Baker

  • TJ Hammond

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