Pat McCabe – Woman Stands ShiningThe Hedge School Podcast (E1)
In this episode, Hedge School founder Dr Sharon Blackie is in conversation with Pat McCabe. Pat, also known as Woman Stands Shining, is a Diné (Navajo) mother, grandmother, activist, artist, writer, ceremonial leader and international speaker. The discussion ranges around the question of what it is to be indigenous, and how those of us in the West can reclaim a sense of our own indigeneity. How do we create meaningful ceremony? What does it mean, to be elder?
If you enjoy this podcast, please do also read ‘Becoming Indigenous’, Sharon’s post on The Hedge School blog which discusses how and why we should reclaim a sense of our own indigeneity here in the West.
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