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Sacajawea
Feature film project about a warrior of history & how her spirit still impacts our world. - Jane L. Fitzpatrick
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Sacajawea Oct 25
We see inequality all over the world today. In 1805-06, Sacajawea was not the only one on this journey across the land, who was a slave. Sacajawea, The Windcatcher, is also a story about a black man named York. Read our blog York and Sacajawea...
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Sacajawea Oct 20
For any screenwriter interpretation of the words for the big screen and capturing the visuals by the Cinematographer is paramount. I want to introduce you to Sacajawea's Award-winning Cinematographer, Mr. Robert Shacklady.
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Sacajawea Oct 17
Check out my latest article: Director of Photography to be announced next week! via
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Sacajawea Oct 13
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Sacajawea Oct 12
Check out my latest article: Kaären F. Ochoa to Direct the Epic Film, Sacajawea, The Windcatcher via
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Sacajawea Oct 4
GOOD SUNDAY!! We invite you to take a moment to read our most recent Sacajawea, The Windcatcher blog, "Darkness Reveals Light"... We hope it will illuminate you at this difficult time, through the life of this young girl, Sacajawea...
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Sacajawea Sep 24
Sacajawea, The Windcatcher is heading into a magical month! We cherish your prayers, your well-wishes and your Faith! We see great things at work on the path before us! We are supercharged! Please watch our teaser reel:
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Sacajawea Sep 16
Replying to @melindagates
So sorry for this enormous loss. Prayers and thoughts for you this day. 🙏🦅🕊💞
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Sacajawea Sep 15
Check out my latest article: We welcome Martin Manuel Nuza to Sacajawea, The Windcatcher - via
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Sacajawea Sep 13
I was humbled to be there that day... Sacajawea stands at the edge of the sea. It is her Calling to say her prayers for the world. She has walked thousands of miles to get to this place. Yes, the place where rocks cascade down and spill across the sand and into the waves...
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Sacajawea Sep 8
There was a moment in the history of the Earth, when Sacajawea received her purpose in this world. It was a gift to her only when she "believed" she had it - and she did believe her Spirit Chief. She did not understand everything, nor did she know how far-reaching it would be.
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Sacajawea Sep 3
She rode the wind and it took her on a journey through the Ages... People from other times heard her pass by -- but she was on her way to us. Her words touch us deeply, and we are forever changed.
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Sacajawea Sep 3
How can one little girl from history change the world? By believing in the Greater Power, the Earth, the Water, the Sky & all that dwells beneath it. With this as her foundation, this one little girl changed everything, for all time.
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Sacajawea Sep 2
Replying to @kirstiealley
Me, too... Where is normal?
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Sacajawea Aug 25
Sacajawea, The Windcatcher, brings a message of love, peace, hope, Oneness, and respect for the earth, to a hurting world. This is the story that lifts us!
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Sacajawea Aug 24
Please visit to read the Powerful Stories of women around the world. If you would like to share your story, please email me at blog.warriorwomanspirit@gmail.com This website is dedicated to the spirit of Sacajawea and the celebration of her life.
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Sacajawea Aug 22
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Sacajawea Aug 17
Oregon coastline, Haystack Rock. Sacajawea walked here, she felt the windand heard the seagulls' cries. She stood in the ribcage of a whale washed ashore. She prayed for her people in her time, and she prayed for all people - for all time. She believed in the path she was given.
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Sacajawea Aug 13
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Sacajawea Aug 11
The world awaits Sacajawea, The Windcatcher
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