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The Trickster Renders Us Invisible

October 10, 2021 // Poetry, Wildlife

In Nature, coyote bats cleanup
Lois Red Elk writes a poem about coyote that reminds how the essence of being is not material, but everything else 
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The Eternal Sacred Dwells In This Moment

September 10, 2021 // Indigenous Knowledge, Poetry

Young Tarahumara sisters (pastel by George Carlson)
Lois Red Elk writes and speaks using the ancient human language of the continent. In her latest poem, she offers a universal truth: Be present and aware in the here and now
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On Motherhood, Nativism And Immigration

July 24, 2018 // Community, Community Change, Indigenous Wisdom, Poetry

Lakota Mother and Baby
Lois Red Elk offers two poems reminding that dreams of better lives are planted in the young
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Imagine Foreign Invaders Coming Into The Land

January 26, 2018 // Community, Community Change, Culture

Lois Red Elk's high plains. Photo by Lois Red Elk
Poet Lois Red Elk serves as translator on a road trip and pays homage to Ella Cara Deloria 
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Speaking The Ancient Lexicon Of North America

January 1, 2018 // Culture

Salish cedar root basket, image courtesy Burke Museum (www.burkemuseum.org)
In two poems for the new year, Lois Red Elk offers MoJo readers the chance to expand their human vocabulary
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Poems About Mato And The Power Of Bear Medicine

December 3, 2017 // Culture, Public Lands, Wildlife

"Bear", a sculpture by Haida carver William Ronald Reid Jr. (1920-1998) at the University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology. Image courtesy Wikipedia
Perfect for the approaching solstice, MoJo Poet In Residence Lois Red Elk shares two works about how a great nation and a beloved elder dream of bruins
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