Tomorrow's Ancestors Speak
Tomorrow's Ancestors Speak
By Amanda Ahimsa / indiegogo.com
Jan 15, 2015

Working for the Water, the Environment, and Indigenous Rights!

The Tomorrow's Ancestors Speak project (www.TomorrowsAncestorsSpeak.org) is based on the awareness that many of the vital messages being carried by indigenous elders and other ancestors of tomorrow are not reaching the broader human family. Our project seeks to carry these messages through various social media platforms into the hearts and minds of people across the globe. Every two to three weeks we will bring another message to the world (http://www.facebook.com/TomorrowsAncestorsSpeak) in with the hope that sharing stories continuously in this way will increase awareness and maintain enthusiasm long enough to create lasting change. Throughout the project's duration we also plan to bring light to the issues affecting the communities we visit, so that constructive change can occur.

Please visit our indiegogo campaign, share the link with others, and help us continue to manifest our vision into reality -  to carry these vital messages to help awaken humanity so that our descendants can have clean water. No donation is too small. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/tomorrow-s-ancestors-speak--2

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