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7 Things I Learned by Collaborating with Indigenous Wisdom Keepers

Posted by on June 9, 2021 in Eco-Friendly, Environment, Films & TV, Media & Arts with 0 Comments
7 Things I Learned by Collaborating with Indigenous Wisdom Keepers

Natasha Deganello Giraudie discusses her seven lessons that I learned and was reminded of through the experience of co-directing the film with Michael “Pom” Preston of the Winnemem Wintu tribe of Mount Shasta, California. #onewordsawalmen

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A ‘Red Deal’: Why Indigenous Communities Belong at the Center of Climate Action

Posted by on October 14, 2019 in Climate Change, Environment with 0 Comments
A ‘Red Deal’: Why Indigenous Communities Belong at the Center of Climate Action

As we look forward to a cleaner economy, the Indigenous resistance throughout the world brings hope that any climate action will include Indigenous liberation—an action that would re-establish our relationship with Mother Earth. #indigenous

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Why More Places Are Abandoning Columbus Day in Favor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Posted by on October 13, 2019 in Government, Policies with 0 Comments
Why More Places Are Abandoning Columbus Day in Favor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day

The growing recognition and celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day actually represent the fruits of a concerted, decadeslong effort to recognize the role of indigenous people in the nation’s history. #columbusday

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Notre Dame and the Fight for Sacred Lands from an Indigenous Perspective

Posted by on April 21, 2019 in Environment with 0 Comments
Notre Dame and the Fight for Sacred Lands from an Indigenous Perspective

UNESCO refused to consider our sacred mountain as a World Heritage site, but maybe someday, if we had a Navajo Victor Hugo write a novel telling the story of our relationship to this sacred being—the Earth and its people—the world would come to understand.

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89th Holistic Doctor Dies Under Suspicious Circumstances-Shot 5 Times in Front of Her Family

89th Holistic Doctor Dies Under Suspicious Circumstances-Shot 5 Times in Front of Her Family

“Olivia Arévalo Lomas of the Shipibo Konibo Indigenous people of Peru was assassinated April 19, 2018 with five shots to her heart, Cultural Survival reported. She was murdered in her home in the Amazon rainforest community of Victoria Gracia located 20 minutes from the town of Yarinacocha, in front of her family according to witnesses. Her death is part of a surge of murders against environmental activists worldwide. Peru, has the 4th highest murder rate. She died in the defense of all of us, protecting the lungs of the Earth with only the power of her voice.”

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Ngankari Healers: 60,000 Years Of Traditional Aboriginal Methods Make Headway In Medical Clinics

Posted by on March 30, 2018 in Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Ngankari Healers: 60,000 Years Of Traditional Aboriginal Methods Make Headway In Medical Clinics

Learn how ancient Ngangkari healing akin to reiki, is getting recognition in mainstream healthcare. Combining ancient wisdom with modern convention is the future of healthcare.

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Water Protectors to Rally Worldwide Today Against Dakota Access

Posted by on November 15, 2016 in Activism, Conscious Living with 0 Comments
Water Protectors to Rally Worldwide Today Against Dakota Access

Water protectors battling the Dakota Access Pipeline are taking their increasingly urgent fight directly to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, making a final push for the Obama administration to reject the pipeline’s permit before President-elect Donald Trump takes office.

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These Six Environmental Heroes are Changing the World — Find Out How

Posted by on April 19, 2016 in Environment with 0 Comments
These Six Environmental Heroes are Changing the World — Find Out How

A young woman from inner city Baltimore; a Cambodian anti-logging activist; a subsistence farmer in Peru’s northern highlands; a grassroots Indigenous organizer in Tanzania; a Slovakian public interest lawyer; and a conservationist advocating for the endangered leatherback sea turtle in Puerto Rico – are this year’s Goldman Environmental prize winners.

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