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Jan. 8, 2013 | Article
Cultural Survival is seeking nominations for Indigenous individuals who work to further Indigenous rights, protect Indigenous lands, and revitalize Indigenous languages. The Ellen L. Lutz Indigenous Rights Award will be given to a courageous advocate who is pursuing the rights of Indigenous Peoples with an Indigenous community. The award is intended to recognize Indigenous activists for their dedication, passion, and commitment to human rights and their struggle for Indigenous Rights.
After my 19 year marriage ended I was stunned to realize that my friends changed. My married friends wanted to be there but our different worlds became apparent quickly. I found myself navigating a new path, one that required me to meet new friends. It can feel scary to walk into a room of folks when I don’t know anyone. If I want friendship I need to extend the hand of friendship. So, I’m extending the hand of friendship to you. ~ Shebbie Shields, Director, Single Adult Ministry, Brentwood UMC, Brentwood, TN
Location: Lake Junaluska, NC
Sponsored by: Brentwood UMC Singles
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