Carol Rose GoldenEagle Novelist, Poet, Essayist, Playwright, Visual artist, Musician
Published Winnipeg, Manitoba : Sunshine Records, 2002
In the dawning, Wymyn picked up the drum. The heartbeat of Mother Earth brought healing and peace. It touched the souls of the children and the men and brought contentment to the Wymyn knowing that there were strong families and vibrant communities. Over time that connections with the drum, diminished by Wymyn. In response, the heartbeat of Mother Earth began sounding in the hearts of Wymyn across this land. They are again picking up the drum to bring healing to their families and the communities. Squaw’kin Iskwewak are members of that sisterhood. Our teachings are that all women have a place within every circle. Our music is traditional in sound.. and strong in spirit. It’s respectful, it’s filled with pride and purpose, and sometimes, it’s also just plain fun.
Published Winnipeg, Manitoba : Sunshine Record, 2000
"There are many gifts we've been given as Aboriginal people, one way for me to honour those gifts I've been given is to develop them; whether they be telling stories of our people, dancing or singing. Another way to honour and give thanks is to pass down the love and respect for Tradition. It's my prayer that my four children always know who they are, where they've come from and that they are beautiful."
Carol Adams (Morin/Daniels/Goldeneagle)