Monday, November 19, 2007
Eli Painted Crow - Voices of Women Veterans
From: Pura Fe
Date: Nov 19, 2007 8:46 AM
Subject: Eli Painted Crow - Voices of Women Veterans
Body: 22-year Army Veteran, Eli Painted Crow speaks about her experience in Iraq:
Eli Painted Crow coming to Seattle Washington
The University of Washington School of Social Work
Check out her website
I am personally inviting you to come meet my beautiful friend who is a 22
year (now retired) Veteran in the U.S. Army. You will hear and be amazed by
her story, be blessed by her grace, and be inspired by her strength,
courage, and powerful presence.
Where: U.W. School of Social Work Commons Room 305
4101 15th Ave. N.E.
Seattle, WA 98105-6299
Date: November 28,
Time: 1:00pm-3:30 pm
What: Hear her story andher dream to take
A MILLION DRUMS TO WASHINGTON D.C.
OCTOBER 10th to 13th 2008
If you're not able to see Eli at the School of Social work you will have a
second chance that same evening:
Where: American Friends Social Hall
814 N.E. 40th Street Seattle, WA 98105
Date November 28,
Time: 6:00-8:30 pm
* Google address for directions, or call:
Eli's third speaking engagement will be two days later.
Where: Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center
Indians of All Tribes Foundation--Discovery Park
Time: 7:00pm to
Directions: The Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center is located within 20
acres of Discovery Park on Magnolia Hill. The Address is: 3801 West
Government Way. Once inside the park, there are signs pointing towards
To travel by Seattle Metro Bus, take #33 towards Magnolia from 4th and
Pike/Pine to the final stop. Follow the signs directing the .4 mile walk to
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to call and also if you are
interested in having Eli Painted Crow speak at a local event near you call
the number below.
I hope to see you all there.Please forward and tell everyone you know about
this...A MILLION DRUMS IN WASHINGTON D.C. OCTOBER 10-13 2008 is going to
happen, and we would love your support!! We are working to get the word out
to Women's Studies, American Indian Studies, and all Universities, as well
as Indian Country, and Nationally before October 2008.
If you receive this more than once--forgive--just pass it on please...thank
Deborah J. Guerrero
University of Washington-School of Social Work
Indigenous Wellness Research Institute
4101 15th Avenue N.E.
Seattle, WA 98105-6299