Weekly Heart Opener: The Last Wukchumni Speaker

Marie Wilcox is a 81 year old Native American woman who is the last speaker of Wukchumni,the language of her tribe, the Yokuts

17April

Marie Wilcox is a 81 year old Native American woman who is the last speaker of Wukchumni,the language of her tribe, the Yokuts. Today, fewer than 200 Wukchumni remain.

In this fascinating 10-minute video, watch as Marie devotes all her time to do something good for her people and for our world.

Click here to find out how you can help and donate to the community center where Marie teaches Wukchumni.

 

Every week I share something that will ping the heart chakra.

Softens the walls that life can build around it.

Opens it up.

Because all healing comes from the heart.

Click here to see past Weekly Heart Opener Videos.

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  1. Weekly Heart Opener: The Last Wukchumni Speaker... - April 17, 2016

    […] Marie Wilcox is a 81 year old Native American woman who is the last speaker of Wukchumni,the language of her tribe, the Yokuts. Today, fewer than 200 Wukchumni remain. In this fascinating 10-minute video, watch as Marie devotes all her time to do something good for her people and for our world.  […]

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