Harmony Lambert, one of our New Hands on Deck, was raised in the Chamush Native American tradition. Here she retells a Cree story of the Warriors of the Rainbow, and talks about what it means to be an activist.
The Rainbow Warrior draws her name from a similar story told in the Hopi tradition by William Willoya in a book entitled Warriors of the Rainbow: Strange and Prophetic Dreams of the Indians.
Catch our web video series "Stories from the Rainbow Warrior" and see the maiden voyage of our newest ship through the eyes of our newest activists, the New Hands on Deck: http://act.gp/oI4nPx
Follow their updates on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/newhandsondeck
Brian Fitzgerald is Head of Digital Networking & Mobilisation at Greenpeace International.
November 17, 2011 at 2:32
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