Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-07-18 13:05:33 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – Albuquerque indigenous groups continue to heal the lives of lost indigenous children at the Albuquerque Indian School. On Saturday, community members gathered at an event aimed at honoring them. this is, Plaque showing the burial ground of children who died in a Native American boarding school, Go missing.
The event at Grave Spark created a space for community members to get together and heal. It is affiliated with a coalition to stop violence against indigenous women, ABQ Mutual Aid, the urban indigenous community of Al Bakaki, and fighting for our lives. Members of the group want to see more conversations about these issues.
Jolene Holgate, Director of Training and Education at Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, explains: In the city of Albuquerque, not only New Mexico, but also federal partners need to be accountable, “Holgate said.
People had prayers, preparing for cultural activities, eating, and jingle dancing. All of this was an effort to celebrate and cheer up the children lost during this period. “I think we are allies. We recognize what is happening, what we call it, we own it, and we really commemorate what we are doing here today,” he said, stopping violence. Says Tiffany Giron, another coalition that does. Native female member.
Jolene Holgate advises those who want to get more involved. “Start these conversations with family, friends and circles to understand the true history of Albuquerque,” she explains.
Group members want people to remember the importance of the 4-H Park burial ground. The site has a monument that welcomes people to pay homage.
Indigenous peoples also have a new survey Congressman Deb Haaland started within the Interior Ministry This issue will draw more attention.
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