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Standing Rock Update

Standing Rock Update

Update from Standing Rock, from a volunteer, Deborah MacKay - Warning: It's not pleasant." Friends, I have returned from Standing Rock with my mind blown, my heart broken and my spirit troubled with foreboding of a deepening tragedy. Volunteering as a legal observer with the Water Protector Legal Collective I witnessed several confrontations between Water Protectors (WP) and law enforcement: national guard, sheriffs and private security (LE).On 1/18/17 - 1/19/17 I observed WP with their hands in the air chanting “hands up don’t shoot” being fired upon at a range of 10 to 15 feet. Tear gas canisters and rubber...

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UTE Indians

UTE Indians

Ute Indians were amazing people that lived in Colorado, and Utah area from the late 1300's to 1881. Ute children gathered food like seeds, fruits, insects, corn, wild turnips, and roots. Then, the men went hunting and brought back buffalo, pemmican, deer, elk, bison, or small game. The women then cooked the meat over a fire and made dinner out of the vegetables and meat. For bread, the women gathered corn and then ground it into a fine powder. That woman would then pack it together and bake it. That’s what they did for food. For clothing and warmth, Ute...

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Native American Music

Native American Music

Native American Music

Beautiful Native Music 

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Native American Wisdom

Elders Speak Guide Of Life Wisdom

Native American Wisdom

It takes a thousand voices to tell a single story. — Crow Tribe proverb There is a need for obedience all around us. — Sauk proverb Listen to her—our Earth, our Mother; listen to what she is saying. — Mohawk proverb A good chief gives, he does not take. — Mohawk proverb We are part of the earth, and it is part of us. — Chief Seattle, Duwamish The more you ask how far you have to go, the longer your quest will feel. — Seneca Nation Those that lie down with dogs, get up with fleas. — Blackfoot proverb...

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