Seda and the Sacred Hoop, on nomadism with Seda and Finisia Medrano

Growing Up in Occupied America  By Finisia Medrano

Growing Up in Occupied America
Here are the collected writings of Finisia Medrano, visionary bundle carrier of the Sacred Hoops and traditional life ways from the First Nations of the Great Basin. Her stories and teachings offer a glimpse into an almost forgotten way of walking in beauty with the land. Includes memoirs, manifesto, visions, essays, photography and poetry. This book is captivating and bursting with raw emotional prose drawing from a lifetime of rewilding in the face of the industrial age. For more information on her work, check out her youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/finisiamedrano

 

Seda Joseph Saine discusses his work with Finisia Medrano and the Sacred Hoop of the Great Basin.

For more information and extensive links check out the Rewilder’s Underground Railroad.

Visit the Hoop. Learn more about the hoopsters and their work in person.

Commit to the Hoop. Jump in all the way and grow the community of people doing this work.

Grow the Hoop. The hoopsters need land – stable places in which they can catch their breath while traveling the hoop.

Contact Seda at forestvoices at gmail dot com, or give Finisia Medrano a call at (541) 480-0933.

Contact Seda at forestvoices at gmail dot com, or give Finisia Medrano a call at (541) 480-0933.

http://www.mythic-cartography.org/2014/02/13/episode-28-seda-and-the-sacred-hoop/

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