Ninga Izhichige Nibi Onji / I Will Do It For The Water
May 6 – September 12, 2021, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Community Commons
We are honored to receive an invitation from the Minneapolis Institute of Art to share Nibi Walk stories through an art exhibit. This exhibit will feature photos, textiles, videos, and stories from over 20 water walks. This exhibit is an opportunity to reflect on the impact of walking over time on water walkers and invite each person to act for the water.
Online Artist panel Friday July 9, 2021, 6:30 PM – Tickets (Free)
Otter Tail River Walk – Sept. 18-22, 2021
From Bemidji area to the confluence with the Red River in Breckenridge, Minnesota. The river is 192 miles long.
Link to view live GPS tracker of the walk: https://maps.findmespot.com/s/S7Y4
To coordinate with the walk, join the Facebook group Honor the Otter Tail Nibi Walk.
Return to First Medicines – Indigi-Baby and Maternal Health Gathering
Thursday – Friday, September 23-24, 2021
A Gathering For Adults & Youth To Learn About Sacred Medicines, Growing Traditional Foods, Maternal Health and Self-Care. Includes Water and Cultural teachings.
Haw River and Cape Fear River, Oct 26 – Nov 4, 2021.
The Haw River is a major tributary of the Cape Fear River, running through central North Carolina. Together this walk travels roughly 300 river miles.
Mississippi River Walk – 2022
This walk will bring the water from the dead zone in the gulf to the headwaters for healing. This walk will be made by our leader Sharon Day and a group of young women who aspire to be ogitchidagkwe, future leaders of water walks. You are welcome to walk in solidarity and support with them all or part of the way. Begins in Fort Jackson, Louisiana and ends in Itasca, Minnesota.