Dianna WhiteDove Uqualla

Dianna WhiteDove Uqualla

Dianna Sue WhiteDove Uqualla, Havasupai Nation, is a third-generation tribal and traditional leader and practicing ceremonialist recognized for her intuitive abilities. She has served her people on the Tribal Council and in many other capacities. She has worked in opposition to uranium and other mining in the Colorado Plateau, and in preservation of water.

Havasupai Nation Tribal and Traditional Leader, International Peace Advocate

Themes covered by Dianna WhiteDove

Sessions covered by this speaker

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Remembering Earth Medicine

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About this Speaker

Dianna Sue WhiteDove Uqualla, Havasupai Nation, is a third-generation tribal and traditional leader and practicing ceremonialist recognized for her intuitive abilities.

She has served her people on the Tribal Council, including as Vice Chair from 2001-2004, and in many other capacities for the Nation. She has worked in opposition to uranium and other mining in the Colorado Plateau, and in preservation of water.

Dianna is sought after for her mentoring skills and is an International Peace Advocate. She spends her time teaching, nurturing all that she comes into communion with, facilitating weddings, blessings, demonstrations, dance performances, and talks. She goes wherever Spirit takes her, but she is happiest at her home village of Supai, in the heart of the Havasupai Nation in the Grand Canyon.


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