Shield / History

North American Indigenous Peoples have always had free access, therefore both American and Canadian Falls are pictured in the background.

The circle symbolizes the eternal spirit, cycles of life & death, and the concept of oneness amongst all Indigenous Women.

A mother holding an infant child by her side attests to the strength and nurturing of Indigenous Women and their children. Children are a gift from the Great Spirit, entrusted to us for a time.

The descending webs speak of the interconnectedness of all life with Eagle feathers being the symbol of our truth, of walking the right path while on the Earth Plane.

This design was created by Burt Anderson in the 1980’s. It was used as our logo until 2006.