Ta’Kaiya Blaney sings “Earth Revolution” at the Idle No More Gathering in Prince Rupert Feb 11, 2013
The Halifax International POW WOW took place July 1-3 2012.
What a most wonderful experience it was for me to meet and see these wonderful loving peoples..
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Halifax International Pow Wow Videos Play List
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My Vision Quest
Please see my full video play list of The Canadian
Native Truth & Reconciliation events in Halifax Nova Scotia
Native Truth & Reconciliation (01) Introduction for Final Event
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Watch the complete Movie featuring Native American storyteller, Ken Little Hawk
Uploaded by John Pritchard on Feb 19, 2011
http://www.reawakenmovie.com – REAWAKEN-Open Your Heart. Expand Your Mind. (50 mn.) – Be Inspired by Native American Storyteller, Ken Little Hawk. This movie encourages you to:
• Increase your love and respect for all life
• Share your creative genius and unconditional love
• Tap into your own inner potential and trust your intuition
REAWAKEN is an inspirational movie about opening your heart and expanding your mind. American filmmaker, John Pritchard encourages you to tap into your own inner potential by increasing your creativity, intuition, and laughter. In addition to Little Hawk, the film features five other champions of the human spirit: Grammy Award-winning musician from Blood, Sweat and Tears, Fred Lipsius; Writer/Editor, Deborah Brown; Boat builder/Entrepreneur, Gene Carletta; Energy Medicine/Health expert, Susan Stone; and Master Woodworking instructor/Guitarist, Jim Markham.
REAWAKEN promotes optimism, compassion, and hopefulness. The movie is presented in 5 multi-dimensional parts with additional Bonus Footage:
PART 1: SPIRITUAL GENIUS
PART 2: LAUGHTER
PART 3: CREATIVITY
PART 4: INTUITION
PART 5: UNCONDITIONAL LOVE
REAWAKEN will not only help you recognize the spiritual genius within you, but also encourage you to be more helpful to your family, friends, co-workers and the world-at-large. Is there anything more important? Open your heart. Expand your mind. Love and laughter connects us all!
Produced by Eternal Ways: http://www.eternalways.com
A companion Movie-In-A-Book™ and Online Training Program will debut in Fall 2012. Visit http://www.reawakenmovie.com
UNREPENTANT: KEVIN ANNETT AND CANADA’S (NATIVE PEOPLES) GENOCIDE: 1 of 1 FULL
I Love You
Hamma Tenshai Kumcha
Chi hullo li
U kamakutu nu
Aloha wau ia oe
Nu’ umi unangwa’ta
Aim go-doe bee-el-doe
Moo ams ni stinta
Ne-stl’ i Nexw
Kana misk hitjup
Tu uste yoom
Sac & Fox
Neh ume chasuequanda
Enyi sum’oh hoyt
Tom ho’ ichema
1989 – American Indian Activist Russell Means testifies at Senate Hearing
American Holocaust of Native American Indians
The Destruction of America’s Native Peoples
500 Nations The Story of Native Americans – 1
Native American & chant of the sun
UNITED NATIONS DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
Untold Truth Native Americans.
Idle No More Okanagan Nation Women – Songs For Theresa Spence
Published on 22 Dec 2012
Listening to the drumming and singing of the Okanagan Nation Women left me humbled. The struggles of First Nations people, Native Americans, Aborigines of Australia and Indigenous people every where has been never ending, but maybe now with the act of one woman, Theresa Spence chief of the Attawapiskat First Nation in Northern Ontario, will ignite a movement for justice around the world.
Support Idle No More and Theresa Spence chief of the Attawapiskat First Nation in Northern Ontario who is on a hunger strike to meet with Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada and the governor general to discuss the plight of the First Nations people, and she vows to die unless her demands are met.
Idle No More Alberta – Dr. Pamela Palmater (Part 1 of 4)
Published on 3 Dec 2012
Update and Information on each piece of Canadian federal legislation
that is being passed right now or on its way to being
passed and will adversely affect Aboriginal people.
Dr. Pamela Palmater
Mi’kmaw citizen and member of Eel River Bar First Nation
The Murder of Vicky Stewart by United Church of Canada
Published on Dec 17, 2012
The murder of Victoria Stewart, age 9, by a staff member at the United Church’s Edmonton Indian Residential School id described by Vicky’s sister Charlotte Stewart.
Beautiful Native American Women/Red Skin Girl by Northern Cree
Court orders access to all residential schools documents
CBC News: An Ontario judge has ruled the federal government is obligated to provide the up to five million records in its files on Indian residential schools to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
The judge says the feds have an obligation to do so under the agreement that established the commission.
At the time court arguments were heard in December, Ottawa had turned over about one million documents. But 23 of 24 government departments were refusing to organize and turn over their materials in a timely fashion and millions of records remained outstanding.
The commission insisted Ottawa was obliged to provide all documents relevant to the residential school system.
Justice Stephen Goudge today agreed with the commission, saying the language in the original agreement was “straightforward.”
Goudge also dismissed the government’s arguments that the commission had no standing to bring the case to court.
Some estimates peg the cost of organizing and turning over the records at more than $100 million – far in excess of the commission’s budget.
Heartspeak about Shannen’s Dream
Uploaded by HeartspeakTV on Jan 23, 2011
This educational documentary short, Heartspeak about Shannen’s Dream, tells the story of “Shannen’s Dream” and captures the process as we join together to carry on her vision. Shannen Koostachin had a dream–that all First Nation children should be able to get an education in clean, “comfy” schools just as non-Native children.
Tragically, the 15-year-old Cree youth from Attawapiskat died in a car crash on June 1, 2010. Shannen was one of the student leaders in the Attawapiskat School Campaign– a fight to get a grade school built for 400 children attending classes in portables on a contaminated brownfield. In her short life, ‘Shannen’s Dream’ has inspired national interest to carry on the fight.
Help Make Shannen’s Dream a reality! Get involved. Support First Nation school children so that they will have the same education rights as children in the provincial system.
Go to http://www.shannensdream.ca and sign the online petition.
Screen the Heartspeak about Shannen’s Dream DVD in your school and community (www.heartspeak.ca/Heartspeak/DVD_-_Shannen’s_Dream.html)
See the MAKE SHANNEN’S DREAM A REALITY Video Contest (http://heartspeak.strutta.com/) and share your support and plans to support the National Day of Action for Shannen’s Dream for Equal Education Rights.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the DVD.
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