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New Fund aids Search for MMIW

Information about MMIW Rewarded  A New fund aims to aid in the Search for Missing Murdered Relatives launched as a collaboration between Community Organizations Mending the Sacred Hoop and Native Lives Matter alongside Duluth City Officials. Spurred by the still unsolved case of Sheila St Claire, local groups are binding together to reward information hoping to solve these cases. WDIO   As part of our Ongoing efforts to support the families and our relatives, Heart Berry is donating ALL PROFITS Saturday January 29 to this information reward fund.  If you would like to donate directly Mending the Sacred Hoop email keagle@mshoop.org and for more information email akozlowski@duluthmn.gov   All Profits made at Heart Berry this Saturday -January 29 will go towards...

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8th Generation Founder Retires!

Dreams to Fruition It is a bittersweet moment as CEO and Founder of Eighth Generation, Louie Gong retires.  What began as a vision drawing on VANS in his living room has become the most successful Native brand in the country.  As Inspired Natives collaborators, Heart Berry has been so blessed to be along on this journey.  We are so grateful to the vision and mentorship Gong has provided so many.  Take a tour and meet the New CEO!  

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Canoe life

The canoe is the oldest form of transportation in our homelands here in the great lakes.  We have traversed the continent in our "Jiimaan"  and canoes remain a vital and enjoyable part of our good life.   "My family uses our canoe for ricing and just cruising around.  Every fall we hit the rice lakes for our beloved Manoomin.  What I love about doing design is being able to make small touches of Ojibwe style for every day." Whether a neck tie, a bag, or a lapel, the canoe pin is the perfect accessory on accessory.  

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Survivors Fund for MMIW

The MN Dark Clouds, Minnesota's oldest and largest fan club and Heart Berry, Minnesota's fastest growing Ojibwe brand proudly collaborated to raise funds for Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center.  Wednesday evening we proudly handed off a Literal giant check to Nicole Matthews, ED of MIWSAC.  MIWSAC plans to create a Survivor's Fund with the $8443 raised with your support to aid survivors of sex trafficking.  We are so proud of your support and the love that was generated around this innovative collaboration.   You can always contribute and support MIWSAC's work at their home

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