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I would not claim your attention if I did not know of the relations of our world and how it is a matter of intellectual and heart intelligence leading to wisdom. How else to memorialize the dead, the tortured, the war survivors, the war crimes survivors and the beauty of the land and the people?
Danica Anderson


Susana Koric Novi Travnik, Bosnia




Three-Fingered Bird Goddess








Korea's "Juicy Girls"




KOLO Trauma Gathering




Bulgarian Round Dance- Hands The Hora (Bulgarian) - the kolo (South Slavic) are expressed. Note the weaving of hands in the belts. Paleolithic caves across the globe have hand silhouettes. In the Islamic world, and with South Slavic Muslims, the Hand of Fatima is revered. The early Bogumile sect (geographically in Bosnia, former Yugoslavia) on Bogumile standing stones show an enlarged hand of a male warrior to exclaim no weapon or violence which points to the mystical connection of hands and connection to the Balkan Bird Goddess’s wings later morphing into angel wings. India connects to the five digits as the five elements of earth, while Islam five fingers are the proclamation of faith, prayer, pilgrimage, fasting and generosity. Native Americans, First Peoples employed a Mother Tongue with the use of hand signals to communicate.




Feet: Opanca- leather shoes




Bosnia




CURA (Girls) Helsinki Human Rights Danica Presents




CURA (Girls) Helsinki Human Rights Blg. Sarajevo




Tremendous Attention




Daring Feminists Changing their that changes the world




Feminist Center Rome March 2010




Ahmica Muslim Women War Crimes Center




Memory Tattered and Torn is now striking Feminine Potential




The Round Kolo, The Cups




Sana Koric organizing Kolo Conference Event




Tripods-cauldrons of the Kolo matriarchal members of peaceful communities




Concurrent symposia, sweets and coffee in an Ahmica Bosnian house




10th Anniversary of the Kolo-Conference March 2010




The Kolo: Women's Cross Cultural Conference March 2010




10th Kolo Anniversary Celebration- Bosnia




Masks in the aftermath of the Haitian Earthquake




Haiti -Living in Fear living in the streets




32 Seconds to Destruction




Canadian Military Ferries out Volunteers




To Feed or Not BE




Haiti, Port of Prince Snapshot of Catastrophe




Bosnian Diaspora- Susana Koric with Danica Anderson




Bosnian Diaspora at Washington State Park




Bosnian Diaspora- Susana & Nihad Koric




Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey




The Silent Wailing




Female Memory-Ahmica War Crimes Memorial




Incredible Hulk Movie Image 2008




Visible remains of Spiritual Practices




Mexico City Markets




Ancient City floating islands




Ancient City-Mexico Bioculinary




Enkidu Conference Organizers




Mexico Ancient City Canal boats




Mexican Indian Tribal Dances




Mexico Clay Goddesses




Blood & Honey Illustration of Old Europe Artifacts




Handmade Silver Turkish Cup




Ahmica Women War Crimes Survivors




Kolo Sumejja Women




Bosnian Death Highway




Old Europe- Bosnian Witches




Krishanti with Danica & Victor




South Slavic-Bosnian Kolo Dancing




Jamaica's Great House-Good Hope in the Afternoon




West Vista from Jamaica's Great House- Good Hope




Turning the Key




Dancing Shoulder to Shoulder in the Kolo




Kolo Sumejja Gathering




Bosnian Gate of Memory




Danica Anderson & Connie Simpson - "100 Extraordinary Women"




Kolo Sisters Sharing




Sprouting out of Mt Vlasic-Wild Pear tree




Sana Koric Wisdom of Flora and Fauna




Old Stone Shelter for Sheep




Better than Starbucks




Singing Sheep Herder-Mt. Vlasic




View from the trees of Kampala's urban sprawl




Flora & Fauna of Kampala Ugandan




Squatters rights via Nest & Perches in Ugandan Tree Tops




Bird Goddess in the skies of Kampala Uganda




Helicopter flight view departing from Beni




Huff & blow down your house of sticks




Prison, Beni DRC




Big Business: Salon




Child Collecting & Carrying Water




Congo Children's Playground




Congolese children dance in the rain




Down from clouds in Bunia, Africa




Serpentine Congolese River




View of clouds and a wing




Mia Farrow's Darfur Exhibit ,Denver




Amy Trussel




Dispersion of inner power cured by ethical duty?




Bosnians Working the Fields




Sarajevo: Burned & Destroyed Library




Bulgarian Kolo Musical Instrument




Domovi-Cracked & Tortured Homes




War Crimes Memorial




Great Mother-a metaphor for Nature




Bosnian Women at the Fountain




Kolo Sumejja Circle




Bosnian Bioculinary Art of Pita Dough




Firewood- Bosnian central heating & Garbage




100 Extraordinary Women




Kosovo Women's Dress-Bojce




Bosnian Bioculinary Art Pita Dough




Bogumile Resting Place Donj Vakuf Bosnia




Bogumile Standing Stones Bosnia




Ahmici War Memorial- Kolo Sumejja Women




Ferry to Cameroon from Chad




Chad Refugee Camp's Few Huts




Chad, Abeche Refugee Camp




Village gender issues for Ugandan women




Dying alone




Baby & Mother




Africa, Ugandan Women Feeding the Community




Congolese Woman Carrying burdens




Comfort over lunch




Centerfold pride




Bountiful aftermath




Bullet holes and firewood




Healing grounds




Sisters in survival




Kolo links the town




Shady hillside




Kolo training




The Sumejja Kolo trip to Sebrenica Muslim widows




Faces of farming- Bosnian Women embracing Self-sustainability Crisis




Bosnian woman washing clothes




Guess her age




Bosnian Woman Waving- Invisible to Visible




Honoring Invisible Women's Work




Bosnian Women at Nov Travnik Mt. Water Stream




Braiding hair




Ahmica Mosque suffering Mayhem & Hate




Bosnian Survivor of war




Neum




Bosnian Grandmother- Pita (Strudel) Dough




Visiting Dubrovnik




On the bus- Sana Koric Kolo Sumejja President




Churning butter-Ancient South Slavic Female Practices




Color of earth




Novi Travnik Grandmother- Stari Baba




Novi Travnik Grandmother-Stari Babas




Pocitelj return of Muslim families-War Window




Pocitelj return of Muslim families- View from Mosque




Pocitelj return of Muslim families- Children selling fruit




Famished Kolo Sumejja Women Picnic




Mostar Bridge




Travnik Dying Grandmother Romano woman




The Widow Goddess Sana Koric




The Widow Goddess Kolo Sumejja Novi Travnik




The Widow Goddess Dead Chicken




The Widow Goddess Pocetelj Fruit Seller




The Widow Goddess Site of War Crimes Ahmica




The Widow Goddess Ahmici War Crimes Survivor




Bird Goddess Sarajevo Stari Baba (Wise Grandmother)




Sweeping Baba Yagas - Novi Travnik




Sebastiao Salgado Image Migration in humanity Bosnia




Smoking widow goddess




Putting a Story and a Face to Domestic Violence with Bosnian Refugees and Immigrants




Putting a Story and a Face to Domestic Violence with Bosnian Refugees and Immigrants




Sri Lanka Kolo




Marija Gimbutas- Baltic Origins that hails from Old Europe




Bosnia Man of the Year




Bosnia Man of the Year




Bosnia Man of the Year Image 1




Sri Lankan Buddhist Nun




Sri Lankan Young Women




Dying Elk Mystery- What is it telling us?




Hate crimes continues- Nuem Bosnia




Romano Girl/infant Birthplace-Novi Travnik, Bosnia Dump




Bosnia April 2006 Ahmici War Crimes Memorial- Kolo Sumejja Women Remember




What is Friendship when we slaughter our neighbors?




Bosnian Coffee Cup Reading Travnik Bosnia




Vests- South Slavic Memories Threaded




Shattered and Abandoned Home




A Place for Women's Songs




Kolo Meeting in Ahmica




Kolo Somatic Movements





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