#12 Grandma Aggie, Voice for the Voiceless

In this episode, we hear the voice of Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim. As we mourn her passing, her light lives on in so many of us water babies.

These recordings of Grandma Aggie are from this past year: a panel at the Global Earth Repair Conference in Washington state, a prescribed fire training exchange in Ashland, Oregon, and finally at her 95th birthday gathering a couple months before she passed. I hope these words bless you like they’ve blessed me, and help remind us to be a voice for the voiceless.

If you can support her family financially, it would be much appreciated, especially for her daughter Nadine, a great grandmother herself, who has taken care of Grandma Aggie for years.  You can donate directly to help Nadine at the following paypal link:

http://paypal.me/agnespilgrim

If you would like to make a tax deductable donation, you can do it through the Grandmother’s Empowerment Project paypal link below, and specify “Support for Nadine” in the comment:

https://www.paypal.me/grandmothers

And again, thank you to Peia for allowing me to use her song The Old Ways Restored for the introduction, and for her important work in the world.

http://peiasong.com/

 

2 thoughts on “#12 Grandma Aggie, Voice for the Voiceless”

    1. Thank you Katrina. That means so much to me, makes my heart happy to hear. Your strong family is such an inspiring legacy of hers that will “keep on keepin’ on” in this world, embodying her medicine in a way that one person can’t do alone. I’m grateful for that, and for the countless people around the Earth who carry some of the medicine and message that she shared, and for the restoration she accomplished, from hearts to rivers. She’s made the world better, and her mojo is still working. Please let me know if I can ever be of assistance to your family in any way.

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