A stunning visual memoir of Native American women who survived sexual assault and domestic abuse. Drawing strength from one another, these women embark on a daily mission to heal and empower each other." -ViewFind


“What is it in our culture giving men free reign to commit violence?” asks Cristine Davidson, an indigenous survivor of sexual abuse.

Through working with survivors and advocates we unravel the effects of historical events, such as the Boarding School Era, in destroying a culture, and explore the resulting rates of sexual violence, poverty and addictions in Native communities.

For additional resources visit Mending the Sacred Hoop http://mshoop.org/

We are accepting 100% tax-deductible donations through our fiscal sponsor. Follow the link below. If you have any questions please contact Marlon Krieger directly at info@marlonkrieger.com


Introducing Cristine from the documentary 'Hearts on the Ground'
Introducing Nikki from the documentary Hearts on the Ground
Over the July 11th weekend I returned to Minnesota to attend the largest Veteran's Powwow in the nation on Fond du Lac Reservation. Relative to population, Indian country has the largest number of volunteers that have served our nation's defenses.
This event seeks to spark conversation at UC Berkeley concerning how racialized violence intersects with sexual violence. In particular, this event focuses on the compounding impacts of racism, colonialism and patriarchy in Native American women’s experiences with sexual violence.

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A stunning visual memoir of Native American women who survived sexual assault and domestic abuse. Drawing strength from one another, these women embark on a daily mission to heal and empower each other." -ViewFind


“What is it in our culture giving men free reign to commit violence?” asks Cristine Davidson, an indigenous survivor of sexual abuse.

Through working with survivors and advocates we unravel the effects of historical events, such as the Boarding School Era, in destroying a culture, and explore the resulting rates of sexual violence, poverty and addictions in Native communities.

For additional resources visit Mending the Sacred Hoop http://mshoop.org/

We are accepting 100% tax-deductible donations through our fiscal sponsor. Follow the link below. If you have any questions please contact Marlon Krieger directly at info@marlonkrieger.com