How to honor our Native Ancestry in our daily lives w/ Mama Walks on Water

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AfroGoddess

3507 W. Belvedere Ave

Baltimore, MD 21215

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Mama Walks on Water shares How to honor our Native Ancestry in our daily lives

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As people of color, in the diaspora, we often don’t have knowledge of our ancestry, let alone, knowledge of how to honor it in our daily lives.

In my journey to reclaim my heritage, I participated in a women’s sweat lodge facilitated by our presenter. It was a powerful experience. I learned so much and I felt so much more profoundly connected to my native ways.

Prepare for an intimate evening with this Phenomenal Woman.

Wapajea Walks on water (Singer, Songwriter and Cultural Educator) is a Nationally recognized traditional healing song story woman and sweat lodge pourer. She is the fourth generation of Native American / African sound healing women in her family. She was taught by her Choctaw mother, Mountain Eagle Woman, and Creek African grandmother to use the energy of sound to nourish the emotions, cleanse the spirit and to wake up the ancestral memory of self care and healing.

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