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 The Story of A Chief

At a young age, Harry Goodwolf Kindness was taken under the wings of some of the greatest leaders of our time and saw, first-hand, some of the most epic moments of civil and environmental justice and grassroots activism in modern history.

Far from slowing down after nearly a dozen life-changing Long Walks and Runs, around the world and often all the way from Alcatraz to Washington D.C., his words and actions are resonating profoundly given the great tasks of our time - and the need for the wisdom of a chief, an elder, a Sun Dancer, a Red Road Warrior.

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Red Road

Warrior Society

The Red Road Warrior Society provides a way forward, experiences and resources, for the spiritual warriors of our time. In the Native Way, traditionally, a society was formed and existed to serve and carry out a specific need of the people. 

 

We are a community of  earthkeepers and peacemakers made strong by the Creator, the wisdom of our elders, chiefs and  the roots of our movement as well as the energy and power of the new school students, activists, nonprofits and water protectors of Standing Rock and beyond.

Gifted by the Creator at a time of change, Red Road Warrior Society  honors a legacy of great leadership and immense time, effort, and many lives, toward a centuries-long battle for  social and environmental justice.

Purpose

The society’s task is to  create and foster experiences, grounded in  Creator Law, thereby unlocking our collective potential to make choices which address the biggest challenges of our time, manifesting a world that represents Who We Are. 

When the Earth is sick, the animals will begin to disappear, when that happens, the Warriors of the Rainbow will come to save them - Chief Seathl (‘Seattle’), Duwamish-Suquamish 1785-1866 

Each step forward is guided by the lessons already learned through entire lifetimes:

The Golden Rule 

Kindness is to use one’s will to guard one’s speech and conduct so as not to injure anyone

- Oral Traditional Teaching of The Omaha 

 

We honor all Creation - remembering to honor ourselves by letting our Highest Feelings and Thoughts guide our words and actions; loving Mother Earth and all our relatives Where They Are, as they are, two-legged warriors of the rainbow nations (red, yellow, black, white) as well as the  winged, crawling, swimming, rooted, and four-legged. 

One Planet, One People - Chief Kindness, Mohawk and Oneida, (1951 - still kicking!)

The Earth is our Mother. She nourishes us, that which we put into the ground she returns to us…

- Bedagi (Big Thunder), Wabanaki Algonquin 1900s 

Mitakuye Oyasin - “All my relations,” -  Lakota

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