Juneau Empire/Capital City weekly


Rapid City Journal

As one of the organizers of the Spiritual Unity of Tribes - Gathering of Eagles in South Dakota, our
project received mention in this article in the Rapid City Journal.

                      Native Sun News

                                                                                                                       We also received som ewonderful

                                                                                                                       coverage in the June Native Sun News.

Soil and Hearth

Thank you to Kate Simota for the  wonderful article in her new blog Soil & Hearth.
Please check it out and follow Kate's new blog!

"Screening Featured on South Dakota Public Radio"

Thank you to Victoria Wicks for this wonderful interview on South Dakota Public Radio.


Pictured here with me are Ana Sanz and Mary Ellen Uptain)             Myron Pourier of the Black Elk Development Corp.        At a screening in Colorado

"The Wisdom of the Grandmothers" screening in Alaska and airing on Alaska Public Television

We are so pleased to report that  "The Wisdom of the Grandmothers" documentary film 
screened to a standing room only crowd  at KTOO studios in Juneau and aired  on Alaska
Public Television - KTOO/360  North on Mother's Day, May 10, 2015. It was a fantastic

experience to share the film on air for the first time and to have some of the wonderful women

in the film and who helped make the film come to Alaska. 

Also, please check www.TheWisdomoftheGrandmothers.com to find when the program will
air on your local public television station! Stations around the country

are   picking up this program and we will keep you posted here and on our blog. We can

never express our gratitude for the support Alaska Public Television is giving to our project!

Women's Voices Project Featured in

Bellingham Herald and Whatcom County


We had a wonderful write up in the  Bellingham Herald in May and

"Women's Voices: The Wisdom of the Grandmothers was featured on
the Whatcom County Library System website, generating a great turn-out
at our screening and book signing event in Washington.


Thank you to Mujeres Mundi for taking the time to 
feature the Women’s Voices Project on your important
blog. Mujeresmundi.com is dedicated to linking stories
and transforming the world! In March 2012, Xaviera
Medina de Albrand, launched MujeresMundi as an
info-activism project, interviewing activists around the
world. When living and working in Afghanistan, Xaviera
realized there are a lot of people working for their
communities but their efforts are unknown. She wanted
to point them out, and so on, she then started
interviewing women activists and men-for-women
activists around the world. The Women’s Voices Project
is honored to be a part of these efforts. And we hope you
will follow mujeresmundi.com to learn more about
the exciting efforts going on to create change
throughout the world.


Bellingham Herald Promotes May Screening and Book Signing in Ferndale


Juneau Empire Shares in Film Debut


A Juneau Afternoon

Listen to us on A Juneau Afternoon.


Ojai Fundraiser Gets Press

A fundraiser was held in Ojai, California to support "The Wisdom of the Grandmothers."


Alaska Business Monthly Reviews Women's Voices

Alaska Business Monthly published a review of the book "Women's Voices: The Wisdom of the Grandmother."  Here is the link.

Prayables on BlogTalk Radio

Listen to host Erika Harris on Prayables Radio interview Susan Stark Christianson on October 5, 2010. This exciting show is part of Prayables.com and Susan Diamond's efforts for people to connect and discuss their unfolding spirituality. Please become part of this exciting effort. You may need to download the BlogTalkRadio player to listen to this show.


Capital City Weekly and KTOO Radio

Capital City Weekly  writer Katie Spileberger wrote a cool article on the party we had when the book was published and Jeff Brown of KTOO Radio interviewed us on "A Juneau Afternoon." The article and interview aren't online, but they were cool. When we get some more time we will try to make a page to post the article!

In Context Magazine Article "Black Elk Was Right"

So a bunch of years ago - before the Women's Voices Project was even a dream - I wrote an article for In Context magazine about the vision of Black Elk. The article has stayed online for all these years and I was shocked after the Women's Voices Project got underway to see the connection to this time we are living in. Here's a link to the article in case you are interested.


Our Interviews Are On YouTube With More to Come!

Our goal is that when you visit our Grandmothers page you will be able to click on the individual interview with each of the women pictured. Until that happens  there are expanded interview clips to get you started. I'm doing the editing myself now, so be nice.

How you Can help and how we can help you!Invite US!

Besides funding support, we would love to come to share our work with you or with your

organization. Contact us and let us know how we can share our project with you.

Donations Gratefully Accepted

You can make a donation to help fund the Women's Voices Project. Our project is not currently registered as a non-profit, so your contributions are not tax deductible. They will, however, help us to finish the project by helping to pay for a group of grandmothers to travel to Easter Island to hold a Grandmothers' Gathering For Mother Earth. Your donation through PayPal is secure and will show up on PayPal as going to our parent/supporting  company, Christianson Communications.

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