In honor of Indigenous People’s Day, we’re honored to have Lisa Heth who is the Executive director for Wiconi Wawokiya, Inc.  (Helping Families) a domestic violence shelter on the Crow Creek reservation and Founder of Pathfinder Center, a place of refuge for victims of human trafficking.

Lisa shares about how the roots of colonialism has led to collective historical trauma and injustice that the indigenous population still experience today. Lisa also shares about the rehabilitation at Pathfinder Center, whose unique programming honors culturally sensitive indigenous lifeways that reintroduce food sovereignty, and sand-tray storytelling.

To find out how you can support Lisa’s work with Pathfinder Center visit: