Lyla June: It is our responsibility to support indigenous people

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Lyla June: It is our responsibility to support indigenous people

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“In this time all the beautiful races of humanity together on the same side are fighting to replace our fear with love”

 

LYLA JUNE JOHNSTON was raised in Taos, New Mexico and is a descendent of Diné (Navajo) and Tsétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne) lineages.

Her personal mission in life is to grow closer to Creator by learning how to love deeper. This prayer has taken her on many life journeys and materializes in diverse ways. She is a student of global cycles of violence that eventually gave rise to The Native American Holocaust and the destruction of many cyclic relationships between human beings and Nature.

This exploration birthed her passion for revitalizing spiritual relationships with Mother Earth and cultivating spaces for forgiveness and reconciliation to occur between cultural groups.

In 2012, she graduated with honors from Stanford University with a degree in Environmental Anthropology. She is a musician, public speaker and internationally recognized performance poet.

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