A Woman with a Warrior's Heart Galvanizes Change for the Disenfranchised

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Advocate and Changemaker, Ginny Arnold, is on a mission to spread the word about the atrocities and disparities that grip underserved, disenfranchised communities here in America

SPOKANE, Wash. - eTradeWire -- Ginny M. Arnold (B.A., M.S., J.D. and an Ordained Minister) is on a mission to spread the word about the atrocities and disparities that grip underserved, disenfranchised communities here in America. She is keenly aware of the struggles that marginalized groups, in lower socio-economic classes are met with. She hopes to not only eradicate abject poverty, but to also illuminate strategies and solutions that will help people from all walks of life heal, rebuild and get to a better station in life.

Her mission is not for the faint at heart. She is fully cognizant of the obstacles and challenges that stand before her—but she is steadfast and determined to make a difference in the lives of others. She is passionate about fighting for the weak…being an advocate for the disenfranchised and being a voice for the voiceless. With unwavering FAITH and a commitment to goodwill, Ginny Arnold launches out into the deep with courage, conviction and compassion for mankind.

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Ginny, a proponent for Women's Empowerment, admires women such as Mariah Carey (A 2019 Woman of the Year awardee), Oprah Winfrey, Gayle King, Alyssa Milano, Melinda Gates and Lady Gaga. Ginny hopes to partner with these women in some capacity, to spread the word of empowerment and encouragement to women who may feel "less than" or left out.

As the founder of United Tribes Against Animal Cruelty, Ginny and her colt "Warrior" (who is also the mascot for UTAAC) hopes to help foster healing and wholeness through therapy sessions at Red Song Treatment Centers and abroad. Red Song Treatment Centers offers mental health and addiction treatment for Native Americans or those who are dual-diagnosis. Many substance and alcohol use disorders accompany mental health issues and Native Americans have barriers, challenges, and obstacles to treatment. Red Song will provide a safe and comfortable environment for recovery tailored specifically to the Native population.

"Minorities have disparities and disproportionate rates of crime, domestic violence, substance and alcohol use disorders, mental health disorders, co-occurring disorders, suicide, homicide, and much more. We need to address and overcome the obstacles, barriers, and challenges to treatment, education, technology and more. There are both urban and rural challenges in minority communities that need to be overcome so services may be available to underserved populations", stated Ginny Arnold.

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To learn more about Ginny, please connect with her on the web:

Red Song Treatment Centers


UTAAC-United Tribes Against Animal Cruelty


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