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The gorilla beating on our chests is finally visible: The discovery of Epigenetic Gene in Trauma impacting our immune system

My Kolo Informed Trauma Care has observed and understood the epigenetic influences for transgenerational trauma and body impacts. This is especially observed with my trauma work on Bosnian Muslim women war crimes and war survivors. My own lineage follows along Photographer Salgado saw the gorilla beating on his chest- Balkan War, Bosnia 1999 with these [...]

By | January 31st, 2019|Kolo Blog|0 Comments

Is there only silence for our daughters?

Is there only silence for our daughters? Republish from 11-18-2007 In excavating motherhood, it is startling to realize how celebratory ancient matrifocal systems were, and that there was no lag time in responding to the needs of the female gender. In "Old Europe" (7th to 3rd Millennia B.C.E.) Slavic peoples held reverence with Moist Mother [...]

By | April 8th, 2017|Environmental Sciences, Kolo Blog|0 Comments

MESOLITHIC KOLO ROUND DANCE AND LABAN SYSTEM

MESOLITHIC KOLO ROUND DANCE AND LABAN SYSTEM Tracing the Phenomenology of South Slavic Landscape and Body Movements inter- related to Laban Notation System By Danica Anderson Abstract The origins of the kolo, a South Slavic round dance or to be in a circle (Hubbs, 1993) are Mesolithic intangible heritage. Surviving exploitation as touristic folk dances [...]

By | April 8th, 2017|Kolo Blog, Kolo Journal|0 Comments

Afghanistan – Sept. 2014, Vlog with Dr. Danica Anderson

Dr. Danica Anderson is attached to the International Criminal Court since 2005 working war crimes assessments with investigative teams in Sub-Sahara Africa. For Bosnia, her nonprofit The Kolo: Women's Cross Cultural Collaboration, she has done over 17 years of train the trainer in the Kolo informed trauma care practices. This video is of Danica's first-hand [...]

By | April 8th, 2017|Afghanistan Journal, Kolo Blog|0 Comments

Creepy Normalization Man”u” Fractures Amnesia of What Sustains Us All

Creepy Normalization man”u”factures Amnesia of what sustains us all What I learned from my travels of 2007 & 2008 into Africa and Bosnia   Amnesia-Blindness Affliction When I heard the pain in her Congolese narrative, when I felt the sharpness of sight uncensored, absent of amnesia, my inward gasp announced shock at what others encounter [...]

By | April 6th, 2017|Cloud Woman Blog, Kolo Blog|0 Comments

UN PeaceKeepers Involved in Congo War Atrocities

Congolese woman walks in Benin. "YOU WILL BE PUNISHED" - REPORT Attacks on Civilians in Eastern Congo This 183-page report documents in detail the deliberate killing of more than 1,400 civilians between January and September 2009 during two successive Congolese army operations against a Rwandan Hutu militia, the Democratic Forces for the Liberation [...]

By | August 16th, 2014|Environmental Sciences, Kolo Blog|0 Comments

Syrian War in 2012

On October 4, 2012, after a Syrian bombing kills five women and children in a Turkish border town, has CNN interviewing former Nation ‘Supreme’ Commander, Wesley Clark, as their media an expert. Clark states that the killing of Turkish mother’s and children, “It happens…..civilian casualties.” Citing it is a part of a broader conflict and [...]

By | October 12th, 2012|Kolo Blog|0 Comments

Syrian War

On October 4, 2012, after a Syrian bombing kills five women and children in a Turkish border town, has CNN interviewing former Nation ‘Supreme’ Commander, Wesley Clark, as their media an expert. Clark states that the killing of Turkish mother’s and children, “It happens…..civilian casualties.” Citing it is a part of a broader conflict and [...]

By | October 12th, 2012|Cloud Woman Blog, Kolo Blog|0 Comments
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