An Indigenous Delegation Holds A Healing Ceremony In Paris, France

Earlier this week, an indigenous delegation from the United States held a healing ceremony in Paris, France, in the wake of the terrorist attacks of November 13th-14th. 130 people died in three separate attacks in Paris on the evening of November 13th and hundreds more were injured. The delegation, known as the Indigenous Environmental Network, is in Paris for the United Nations Climate Conference that many world leaders are attending. The ceremony was meant to show solidarity with the French people and to help instill hope among the afflicted. Watch a short video of the ceremony below:

Indigenous groups held a healing ceremony for Paris terror att...

Indigenous groups held a healing ceremony in Paris yesterday for those that lost their lives in the recent attacks in Paris and for the defence of Mother Earth.Eagle Woman and Dallas Goldtooth are in Paris as part of the Indigenous Environmental Network delegation. For more grassroots coverage of the Paris climate talks visit www.newint.org/live/paris

Posted by New Internationalist Magazine on Monday, November 30, 2015
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