TizitCoalt, or his government name: Ricardo De la O, opens up with vulnerability about his own perspective about Indigenous Peoples’ Day, and what it means to him as a Native American from Yaqui and Raramuri tribes. His rich heritage on both his paternal and maternal sides gives him a point-of-view shaped by his elders and the compassionate oral tradition passed down to him. He shares about healing both with indigenous herbal practices and healing from over 500 years of generational trauma. Listen to him discuss the spiritual nature of the One Mandate, and a really beautiful story of diversity from the Hopi tribe. Stay In Touch:
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