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Women's Trauma Issues

VAST & seemingly endless abyss of traumas women have endured and will endure


“South Slavic Blood & Honey Oral Memory Traditions”

The Whistleblower

Valeria Ana Bembibre Interview about KENN®* (Ketonic nasogastric nutrition)

Gift Economy

Bosnia & Rome Women’s International Day Schedule-Conference 2010 March 15-25th, 2010

Six Days in Haiti: After the Mega Earthquake

Erasing the silence and the danger of a single story; Women in the aftermath of violence and wars, the multitude and the Kolo of first female/person story.

UN PeaceKeepers Involved in Congo War Atrocities

What is Missing?

Witches in the 21st Century

Blood & Honey” Motherline Archaeologies of Balkan Memory: How a Small circle of Bosnian Mothers & Grandmothers- War Survivors and War Crimes Survivors- Heal Trauma to Halt Another Century of Wars ,

Amnesty International -Bosnian Muslim women protest the UN war crimes tribunal's failure to charge two men with rapes they committed in the 1992-95 war

Srebrenica survivors are reeling at a recent admission by The Hague tribunal

A Donde Vas? Where are you Going?

"Utilizing First Person Story with Trauma Survivors in Bosnia and Sri Lanka: Metaphors create a symbolic congruence that is 'inclusive' and universal across cultures

Bosnia Death's Highways to Trauma


Bosnia-War Sex Slave Story: 'Every Day We Were Raped'

Da li nas Majka Priroda gadja kamenjem?

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

Skrivanje pod crnom kisom

A Place Where Women Rule

So what does it mean that the Elk cows and their calves are simply lying down and dying

Death Consciousness and Adrenalin Addiction

Boziva Udovica

Sazivanje vijeca bijele breze

Five women from Den Haag, Prague and Sarajevo



Susana Koric Novi Travnik, Bosnia

Three-Fingered Bird Goddess

Korea's "Juicy Girls"

Kolo Dancing

Open Arms in Travnik Bosnia

Herstoric Meeting- 10th anniversary of the Kolo in Bosnia 2010

2011 Conference Moved to October 13, 2011

Life in the Aftermath of Death

Annual Kolo Conference- Bosnia June 2011

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

Haiti -Living in Fear living in the streets

32 Seconds to Destruction

Canadian Military Ferries out Volunteers

To Feed or Not BE

Bosnian Diaspora- Susana Koric with Danica Anderson

Bosnian Diaspora at Washington State Park

Bosnian Diaspora- Susana & Nihad Koric

Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

Kolo Sumejja Women

Bosnian Death Highway

Old Europe- Bosnian Witches

Bosnian Gate of Memory

Kolo Sumejja Circle

Firewood- Bosnian central heating & Garbage

Chad, Abeche Refugee Camp

Baby & Mother

Africa, Ugandan Women Feeding the Community

Bosnian Romano Street Woman

Bosnian Survivor of war

Bird Goddess Sarajevo Stari Baba (Wise Grandmother)

Bosnia Man of the Year

Sri Lankan Young Women

Mourning Sebrenica Widows at Memorial

Kolo Somatic Movements

Living Kolo Dance, South Slavic round dance and circle

Kolo Meeting in Ahmica


Three Wise Grandmothers Iconic Messengers

Three Fingered Fish Goddess

Bear Slavic Madonna

War Crimes Destroy Ahmici, Bosnia Mosque

Broken Broom, Victims & Martyrs

Blood & Honey Icon "Hands & Feet"


The Kolo: A Community of Healing

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