Full Moon Memory Walk – Thunder Bay – September 9 2014

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Across Canada the impact of missing and murder Aboriginal women impacts families and communities.
Across Canada the impact of missing and murder Aboriginal women impacts families and communities.

Tenth Anniversary of Full Moon Memory Walk

THUNDER BAY – The Full Moon Memory Walk is headed into its tenth year. The walk honours the memory of missing and murdered Anishinabe and Metis Women.

Full Moon Memory Walk co-founder Sharon Johnson and Cheryl Friday talk about the Full Moon Memory Walk.

The walk, starting from Thunder Bay City Hall will travel down Simpson Street and then over the Pacific Avenue Bridge to the Neebing-MacIntyre Floodway.

There will be a sacred fire at the site, and at the conclusion of the walk there will be a Drum Ceremony and a feast on site.

For more information you can call (807) 285-8429 or visit the Facebook Page.

The Full Moon Memory Walk will be Tuesday September 9th leaving from Thunder Bay City Hall starting at 4PM
The Full Moon Memory Walk will be Tuesday September 9th leaving from Thunder Bay City Hall starting at 4PM

Videographer: Skylar Patayash

Across Canada the impact of missing and murder Aboriginal women impacts families and communities.
Across Canada the impact of missing and murder Aboriginal women impacts families and communities.
Walkers pause on Simpson Street during the 2013 Full Moon Memory Walk
Walkers pause on Simpson Street during the 2013 Full Moon Memory Walk