Although Rogue Attitude sounds like the motto of a biker gang, the web site’s name is from a river, valley and First Nation Tribe in Southern Oregon, where I live.
I live in the Valley of the Rogue. (River, and Tribe).
I changed profoundly after conversations I’d had with Agnes Baker Pilgram, the Chairperson of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers. Agnes is an elder Medicine Woman from the Takelma, (part of Rogue River Tribe).
I found out something I’d already sensed. Maybe you’ve sensed this, too.
This is not intended to be a small statement.
Greedy fools could literally kill us all. Soon.
Like caged animals, we’re sensing danger. We can’t clearly articulate it, but we’re feelin’ it.
Past generations are trying to warn us. Not only are tribes warning us, warning signs from religions are occurring.
No, we’re not crazy.
Danger is close.
So does it have to go down badly?
The solution is ridiculously simple. Condensed to one word it would be “Stand”.
Stand for what’s right. Stand for freedom. For justice. For being the best human you can.
All we have to do is what we can.
We have to do it now.
Agnes Baker Pilgram is the one speaking in this movie preview:
May the future “us” have reason to thank us.
*Rogue Attitude’s Flipping-Book contains my interviews with Agnes Baker Pilgram. (It’s free).