Friday, December 31, 2010
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Thursday, December 30, 2010
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12-18-10_O'omaka Tokatakiya Ride-Ogalala SD_spokesperson Charley NewHolyhttp://www.blogtalkradio.com/namapahh_radio/2010/12/18/12-18-10oomaka-tokatakiya-ride-ogalala-sdspokesperson-charley-newholy
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12-18-10_O'omaka Tokatakiya Ride-Ogalala SD_spokesperson Charley NewHoly will be my guest on NAMAPAHH First People's
speaking about the Annual Spiritual Horseback Ride by Native American Youth!(one group is already riding NOW!) Date & Time of Ride: Wednesday, December 15 at 6:00am - December 29 at 11:30pm Location: from Little Eagle South Dakota to Wounded Knee South Dakota Please tune in & Support the Omaka Tokatakiya / Future Generations Ride More information is on our facebook page Omaka tokatakiya/ Future Generations Ride Charley NewHoly "Word from our Northern Omaka Tokatakiya Group of riders from Standing Rock, "we are running out of food and need some hay" would anybody be willing to help them out up that way!" What is needed: Gas money, food, hay & grain for horses needed ASAP! Let's show some support you all! In the Spirit of the Ancestors &
! You can donate via paypal or by Western Union: Sharps Corner-South Dakota…c/o Charles New Holy PO box 105 Ogalala SD 57764 605-454-0481 We will share some great music as well throughout the show & take some phone calls... On Eagles wings & NDN pony's hooves...let's help these Native riders honor their ancestors! They are not turning back! let's help them do this! :)
Donate via Paypal:
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Or through Western Union!
Western Union quicker Sharps Corner-South Dakota…c/o Charles New Holy PO box 105 Ogalala SD 57764 605-454-0481
And tune into KILI radio on 12-20-10 ( 4pm PST)
Listen to KILI 90.1 Porcupine / 88.7 fm Rapid City on the web at www.kiliraido.org, stay tuned for the Horse Show today at 5:00pm - 6:00pm mst, and listen in on what is happening with the group and feel free to call in your donations (605) 867-5002
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Please tune in today from 1-2:30pm PST!
Let's support these riders!
Sunday, December 12, 2010
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United States: Federal Government Solicits Comments On Programs Impacting Tribal Communities
The Department of Health and Human Services has announced a request for public comment on proposals to adopt new Native Americans program policies and procedures, including Social and Economic Development Strategies; Tribal Governance; Assets for Independence; and Native Language Preservation and Maintenance (Language P&M) and Esther Martinez Initiative. Comments are due 12/30/10, and details on the proposal can be found here: http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2010/pdf/2010-29976.pdf
Comments in response to this notice should be addressed to Lillian Sparks, Commissioner, Administration for Native Americans, 370 L’Enfant Promenade, SW., Mail Stop: Aerospace 2—West, Washington, DC 20447. A copy of your comments should also be faxed to (202) 690–7441.
The BIA has announced a request for public comment on proposed programs involing Native American Business Development Institute Funding for Economic Development Feasibility Studies and Long-Term Strategic, Reservation- Wide Economic Development Plans, to examine economic development matters within Indian tribes. Comments are due 1/31/11. Details on the proposal can be found here: http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2010/pdf/2010-30092.pdf
Comments should be submitted to Victor Christiansen, Division of Economic Development, Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development, U.S. Department of the Interior, Room 14—South Interior Building, 1951 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20245, fax (202) 208–4564; e-mail: Victor.Christiansen@bia.gov.
The BIA has also announced a request for public comment on a proposed changes to the Tribal Energy Development Capacity Program, which provides development grants to Indian tribes for use in developing and sustaining the managerial and technical capacity needed to develop their energy resources, and to properly account for resulting energy production and revenues. Comments are due 1/31/11. Details on the proposal can be found here: http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2010/pdf/2010-30095.pdf
You may submit comments to Ashley Stockdale, Department of the Interior,Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development, Room 20—South Interior Building, 1951 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20245, fax (202) 208–4564; e-mail: Ashley.Stockdale@bia.gov.
Friday, December 3, 2010
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Monday, November 29, 2010
Reminder: Tuesday is Call-In Day to Protect Social Security Join us tomorrow, Nov. 30, in a National Call Congress Day to fight Social Security cut
Frieda Werden, Series Producer
WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service www.wings.org
Note that Social Security was designed to be and still is a self-funding plan. It was Lyndon Johnson who began tapping into Social Security funds for other government operations. We've paid in - counting employer contributions for our work or our own self-employment tax - 13% to 14% of our incomes from birth to now - with the expectation of the nation keeping its side of this bargain.
The purpose of Social Security has always been to make sure that people who work in the US will always have something to live on when we are old. It was created in the depths of the Great Depression in the 1920s, when so many people were homeless and hungry. Let's not let this Great Recession (or maybe it is a Depression) of the 2000s see the breaking of the promise.
Social Security Card getting cut! "Cutting into Social Security" http://www.flickr.com/photos/truthout/4948963709/
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Last year's show...please enjoy & tell your friends to tune in as well! :)
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Prayers going up for this driver- travel Safe!
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Beautiful Gourd art!
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Mendocino County may no longer be home to the tallest redwood tree, but it still has "one of the most magnificent redwood forests in Northern California."
That forest is tucked away in Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve, and is offering a group of scientists a wealth of information about how the huge trees survived the last century, and how they may survive the next.
"We are asking some pretty simple questions: what has happened in the past, and how can we use that information to inform what we do in the future?" said Ruskin Hartley, executive director of the Save the Redwoods League, which recently launched the Redwoods and Climate Change Initiative.
To collect data for the initiative, scientists from the University of California at Berkeley and Humboldt State University are visiting forests across the state, and on Thursday explained how their work is progressing in Montgomery Woods.
"This place is really kind of a fluke," said Bob Van Pelt, a research scientist at Humboldt State, explaining that not only does the forest's cool, foggy weather create ideal conditions for the trees, but a lake that became a swamp helped them flourish. "It's probably the only really old redwood swamp there is, and is probably the reason why there are so many old redwood trees here."
To begin their research, the scientists mapped out a rectangular, one-hectare plot in the forest that
"We've collected data from nine plots in Northern California (including Humboldt Redwoods and Jedediah state parks and Redwood National Park), and we are still looking for the resources to collect data from seven plots south of San Francisco," said Bill Kruse of Kruse Imaging, which is mapping the trees from the air.
"For so many years, this research was just collected from about six feet off the ground," said Hartley, meaning that the scientists worked from where they stood. "This is the first time that people started collecting data from the top down."
But some of the work is still done from the ground, including what may be the most important of all: gathering samples from the tree's core. Because while a tree's height, girth, bark, branches and foliage all give the scientists clues about its health, what the group was really excited about Thursday were isotopes.
"Isotopes are the key to unlocking the tree's secrets," said Todd Dawson, a UC Berkeley professor and board member for Save the Redwoods, explaining that the tree's rings tell scientists how much a tree grew in a year, but the oxygen, carbon and hydrogen isotopes can tell them why.
"The isotopes can not only tell you how much moisture the tree got that year, but whether the moisture was rain or fog," Dawson said, adding that isotopes are collected via the same process as the core samples -- by drilling into the tree with an extractor.
"It doesn't really hurt the tree," he said. "They've seen a lot worse than an incremental borer."
Armed with all that data, Dawson said the scientists can then build climate models, and "predict what the trees will do in response to climate changes and whether they will be endangered."
Another innovation the group is using are probes that can measure how much water each tree drinks.
"No one (now) can give you an accurate measure of how much water a 300-foot tree uses," said Anthony Ambrose, a UC Berkeley scientist.
According to the league, the goal of the initiative is to "create a comprehensive climate adaptation strategy for the redwoods, (focusing) the league's efforts on where to protect and restore redwood forestland according to climate change predictions."
Still recovering from a major fire in 2008, the forest now has "more redwood seedlings than hikers have seen in 40 years, and has gone through a reproductive frenzy," said Steve Sillet of Humboldt State. "The fire created a massive cone crop."
The forest's tallest tree, which is over 112 meters, is not being analyzed by the group, but the second tallest, which stands at 111.6 meters, is. The 112-meter tree was considered the tallest redwood until 2006, when a 115-meter tree was discovered in Redwood National Park.
Justine Frederiksen can be reached at email@example.com or 468-3521.
Photo by Robin Carneen©2010
Braiding Native American Heritage Month with Thanksgiving: A Native American Mother’s PerspectiveTerra Trevor, of Cherokee, Delaware, Seneca ancestry
We never know who is watching and taking note of our actions....Creator
for sure....but others who may want to follow your example, or offer
you a lesson...if you lead w/ego vs Spirit, you will lose ground in
this life! My thought for the day as I look into this mirror called life~
Friday, November 19, 2010
Written by Irina Wardas on November 20th, 2010
Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving!!!
Did you know that cranberry is one of the healthiest winter foods? We buy cranberries for Thanksgiving Dinner but we need them more than once a year.
** Cranberries are rich in vitamin C and fiber as well as numerous phytonutrients with anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties. Studies show that cranberries might help us boost our immunity and deal with urinary infection, colds, high blood pressure, heart disease, etc.
** Orange zest is rich in Vitamin C, pectin - natural fiber, and flavonoid called hesperidin to lower cholesterol, high blood pressure, control blood sugar, promote healthy bacteria in the intestines. Natural Pectin also helps get rid of constipation and suppress our appetit for a successful weight loss or weight management.
Here is a nice alternative to traditional cranberry sauces, which can be overly sweet from The Real Food Daily Cookbook by Ann Gentry.
Cranberry Relish with Orange Zest
2 pounds fresh or frozen cranberries
1 tsp sea salt
1 cup maple syrup
2 tbsp finely grated orange zest
Stir the cranberries and salt in a heavy saucepan over medium heat. Cook, stirring often for about 12 minutes, or until the cranberries release their juices, become soft and have mostly fallen apart. Stir in the maple syrup and zest. Transfer to a bowl, cool and then cover and refrigerate until cold. The relish will keep for 5 days, covered and refrigerated.
Breathe, smile and be happy,
© Irina Wardas, HHC
Women’s Holistic Health, Nutrition and Relationship Expert
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Thanks Gina....deadline approaching!
Thursday, November 11, 2010
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NAMAPAHH First People's Radio
The Twelfth Annual Native American Music Awards coming up
on 11-12-10 at the Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls,NY.
Cast Your Vote! http://www.nativeamericanmusicawards.com/votenow.cfm
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Thursday, October 21, 2010
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Congressional Apology_Anti-Columbus_NASA_Moon Woes_Special GuestsOpen Mic
Native American Foods: 5 Super Healthy Choices - Healthy Recipes, Nutrition and Cooking Tips to Improve Health or Lose Weight on MedicineNet.com
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Link to you tube video -Columbus with the Big Butt
Friday, October 8, 2010
Thursday, October 7, 2010
click link to listen: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/namapahh_radio/2010/10/08/10-7-10-dana-lyons-touring-with-three-legged-coyote-and-cows-with-guns
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
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Thursday, September 30, 2010
A short skateboard film featuring Brian Foss, Dwight Clark, Gavin Aubert, and Jack Skeel. FOREVERGREEN was filmed in Washington with some added clips from Vancouver B.C. Editing by Dwight Clark
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Police: No evidence of crime in WWU student's disappearance - On Patrol - bellinghamherald.com
9/29/10: (from another concerned person) There is a candlelight vigil at 8:30PM PDT TONIGHT in Red Square on the WWU campus....webcam for Red Square. Here is the address: http://webcam.wwu.edu/
Monday, September 27, 2010
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Sunday, July 18, 2010
If you have some time, sign up & Vote, at least for your favorite music & you may even discover a new artist you end up liking in the process! Thanks!
2010 APCMA Dates
First Round of Voting ends
Aug 18, 2010 at 11:59PM
Final Round of Voting begins
Aug 25, 2010 at 11:00AM
Aug 25, 2010
Final Round of Voting ends
Oct 06, 2010 at 11:50PM
First Night Awards
Nov 04, 2010
McPhillips Station Casino Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
Nov 05, 2010
MTS Centre Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Department of Canadian Heritage
Monday, July 12, 2010
Host/ Producer Robin Carneen
7-11-10 Paddle to Makah_TribalCanoeJourney2010
Call in Guest: Chrystal Denney Tribal Journeys Coordinator of the Makah Nation
Air Date: July 11, 2010
AIR TIMES: First Hr:7-8pm PST/9-11pm CDT/10-11pm EST/
2nd HR: Music from Tribal Canoe families & past Tribal Canoe Journey excerpts....from somewhere along the paddles of the pasts...
Makah is Hosting this year's Tribal Canoe Journey 2010
Start Time:Monday, July 19, 2010 at 5:00am
End Time: Sunday, July 25, 2010 at 12:00
Location: Neah Bay, WA
More info: http://paddletomakah.org/
"Since the announcement and invitation was made, the Makah Tribal Council and Neah Bay Community have been busy preparing to host a truly remarkable and memorable Tribal Journeys. The setting for Tribal Journeys is nearly perfect: Makah Territory includes an ideal beach for the exciting and much talked about Landing Event when all the canoes will land and ask for permission to bring their canoes onto the Makah shores, and picturesque camping areas. The Makah Tribe has a rich history that includes songs, dances, language, but, most importantly, a history of treating guests of our nation with warm respect. As our guest, you will be taken care of as we would take care of one of our own. These are part of our teaching and customs that have been passed down for generations and continue to be taught to the next generation. Every tribe and canoe attending the 2010 Tribal Journey will be given time to present their songs and dances, along with their own tribal words of wisdom and stories. The opportunity to share meals with all participants will be provided as well, which is one of the cornerstones of the Makah culture. In short, we are certain of two things of your attendance: you will leave the 2010 Tribal Journeys with fantastic memories of the Makah Tribe & Tribal Journeys, and you will surely want to come back again!"
Sunday, July 4, 2010
Repost -Union of Concerned Citizens- The Billion Gallon Challenge: A Call for Truly Advanced Biofuels Options
Comments, concerns, other links related to this? What do you all think? We have to wean ourselves off OIL as much as possible....let's look & talk about the alternatives! :)
If you like this, please sign! And pass along to others~
The Billion Gallon Challenge: A Call for Truly Advanced Biofuels Options
Advanced biofuels, such as cellulosic sources—including grass, wood waste, and even garbage—will add diversity to our transportation fuel mix, reduce heat-trapping emissions from transportation, and will move us beyond our exclusive reliance on conventional, food-based biofuel sources. But while successful in the lab, the advanced biofuel industry has been withering on the vine. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency was forced to waive over 90 percent of the amount required for this year in the federal Renewable Fuel Standard due to lack of advanced fuels production capacity.
Much like advanced vehicle technologies, such as hybrid drivetrains, advanced biofuels must now get the resources they need to prove their commercial viability through a suite of support and standards. In that effort, UCS has initiated the Billion Gallon Challenge – a campaign to get the first billion gallons of cellulosic biofuels to market by 2015.
Scientists and economists have special standing to highlight both the value and the need for the first billion gallons of advanced biofuels. Please join in the call for a truly advanced biofuels market. We will use this statement to help educate state and federal policy makers and alert you as key policy opportunities occur.
And more still: http://www.tkaronto.net/the_film/filmmaker_mike.html
He did the GREAT music video also featured in this Youtube Vid...."Sit by my fire" .....what a talented young man! :) just love his style and message and how he uses his excellent multi-media and production skills....keep an eye on this man on the rise!
Saturday, July 3, 2010
Woodroot Native Indian Music Specialist
29. Sendung "Wolfsheart´s 21. Radio Show"
Moderation: » Wolfsheart | Sendung Nr.29 | 02. Juli 10 | 64 min
 Big City Indians - 'Native Heart-Urban Soul' (AT - CD 225 )
• 1 Urban Soul (02:00min) • » CD-Info:
 Andrea Menard - 'Simple Steps' (USA - CD 1183 )
• 1 Ancestors (03:20min) • 2 Dance Old Friends (04:08min) • » CD-Info
 December Wind - 'Sacred Voices' (USA - CD 675 )
• 1 Gentle Thunder (04:40min) • 2 Simple Things (05:00min) • » CD-Info
 Kelly Montijo Fink - 'Heartbeat of the Creator' (USA - CD 1103 )
• 1 The Response (04:40min) • 2 Call to the Nations (03:05min) • » CD-Info
 Violet Naytowhow - 'Wind Of The North' (USA - CD 1107 )
• 1 Wind of the North (04:33min) • 2 The Keeper (03:59min) • 3 Two Spirits (03:58min) • 4 undefined (undefinedmin) • » CD-Info
 Wolfsheart´s - 'Ansage' ( - CD )
• » CD-Info
 Clan Destine - 'Operation Peace' (USA - CD 1100 )
• 1 Desert Song (03:50min) • 2 Operation Peace (06:00min) • » CD-Info
 Barbara McAlister - 'Soul Journey Oostie' (USA - CD 1049 )
• 1 Amazing grace (02:00min) • 2 Habanera (03:40min) • » CD-Info
 Tomegan Gospem - 'Medicine Dream' (USA - CD 924 )
• 1 For The Love Of Elders (04:59min) • 2 Thousands of Years of Love (05:32min) • » CD-Info
Friday, June 11, 2010
Sunday 6-13-10 Show coming up: 10am-Noon (ON THE INTERNET-Live @ that time!)
6-13-10_Pensmoke_Dasan_Hip Hop music_join_talking circle about the BP Spill
Host/Producer: Robin Carneen
Live internet radio show- just click on link provided(also archived)
Show time: 10am-noon (PST)
Chat room will also be open during the show
Confirmed guests: Pensmoke & Dasan- 1st House
Current City: Mobile, Alabama
Confirmed guest(s): Andrew Allen Dupre (Drew Dupre)-2nd Hour
Current City: Kokomo, Mississippi
Hometown: Galliano, Louisiana
Other Guests TBA
Topic: BP oil spill & local observations, impressions & opinions about the spill & the impact on the livelihood; economy;attitudes & reactions by others;environmantal repercussions; youth perspective; music relating to Native American invisability; spirituality & music in relation to oil & environmental concerns/
Guest call in line: (718) 508-9165
Info: During the first hour of the show, Cherokee Hip Hop Pensmoke and his 10 year old son Dasan live in Mobile, Alabama, 45 minutes from a beach,now closed, due to the biggest man made disaster in the history of the USA- the BP oil spill. They are friends of mine that I asked to share a local outlook of the spill, that will affect current & future generations of people & sea life- I know Dasan has alot to say about this, even though he is only 10 years old. Please join our talking circle & hear why. He's amazing! His father, Pensmoke has a CD release of hip hop music that definitely has a spiritual message & talks about Native American issues & concerns as well. We will showcase some of his tracks and also offer his music up as prayers for the Gulf Region, for all the people and animals alike.
During the second hour, we will have another local on site guest, Drew Dupre call in from the Bayou to give us a first hand report on how this has impacted his community, including the United Houma Nation, who are highly dependent on fishing and harvesting the marine life in the area, now seriously affected by the Oil Spill.
I am also hoping to have other guests on as well, maybe folks who are involved with the "Hair Boom" project(Matter of Trust) and local folks like Salon Rouge owner Christine Spencer,from right here in La Conner- who gladly sent off a box of hair clippings, used for "Boom Making".
We'll let you know how you can help! More info on my musical guest: Pensmoke 'The Professional Outcast' is an Emcee from Memphis TN
specializing in traditional Hip Hop music with the Truth embedded in it. His music speaks on things like life struggles, God, Native American issues, and the deteriorated state of hip hop today. Debut album titled 'Move Undetected' with production by MaxPtah and Derelict (Half-Breed Productions)now available at CDbaby.com and Itunes...you can also find him on FB & REVERBNATION: http://www.reverbnation.com/pensmoketheprofessionaloutcast And we will open up the phone lines at some point as well! Hope you can join us & we will say some on air prayers & share other music as well!
Archive enjoy! 5/31/2010 9:00 PM - 2 hrs
In honor of Mother Earth who is really showing signs of our wear & tear, I have some music & am even debuting a poem dedicated to her called Bayou Mermaid Prayer with a music bed(excerpt) by Majorie de Muynck(Pulse/In the Key of Earth). I will also feature music that will have messages from Native Americans & Non-Natives as like that have to do with Indigenous people who have passed on & also songs that honor our Veterans. This is a test show...be for warned! I used ITUNES to create MP3's & uploaded them from there....I haven't done a show prep that way before....but got my MACbook now( thanks Michael Kickingbear Johnson of Indigenous People's Music)....I am fired up about this Oil Spill, so you will hear alot of "WAKE UP" music. Hope you enjoy the show, please leave a comment & if you want source music links, please feel free to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
ARCHIVE....enjoy! 5/30/2010 12:00 PM - 2 hrs
A Day of 1000 Drums is happening down in Tacoma Sunday May 30th.... Remote & Awesome guest Co-host Tori Two Rainbows will be ONSITE....keep your fingers crossed! We have offered airtime to the event organizers. Last minute, but stay tuned...to find out more, here's info: Day of a Thousand Drums -- Rally for the Restoration of Ancestral Names will take place from noon to 6 p.m. on May 30 at Portland Avenue Park, located at 3513 Portland Ave.
For more information visit http://restorenativenames.org/ call (253) 224-4888 website: RestoreNativeNames.org Otherwise, we will share ALOT of music, many new releases and other tracks & open the phone lines as a way to have an on air NAMAPAHH First People's Radio reunion....and to for sure Honor our Veterans & those we wish to remember those who have walked on...if you have a drum song & want to email it to me for airplay send it ASAP to email@example.com Special thanks to Michael Kickingbear Johnson of Single Feather Media & Indigenous People's Music for setting me up with a Macbook so I can get back on the air! I am forever grateful! I also have extended an offer to one of the Tribes in LA, the United Houma Nation, who are working to keep the oil spill from destroying their fishing grounds! Maybe they will call in too? I've Missed You ALL! Have a safe & enjoyable Memorial Weekend....we will never for get the sacrifices many have made for our freedom & also our Indigenous rights! I wish the 1000 Drums event GREAT success! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysnZP27iAiM
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Sunday, May 16, 2010
UNM is worried dozens of people may have been exposed to deadly
diseases. Medical school leaders acknowledge students used the same
needle on dozens of patients during a free hea...lthcare event
At that event, UNM provided free blood glucose tests at the
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center on April 24, which was the same weekend as
the Gathering of Nations Powwow.....read on/please re-post!!!!!!!
KOB.com - Glucose testing may have infected dozens
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Friday, April 23, 2010
Enjoy this slide show I made with some samples of over 300 photos I took on 4-21-10...day before Earth Day///YES! It's a beautiful world! Love the song too!
Happy Earth Day!
Photos by Robin Carneen ©4-21-10
All Rights Reserved
Photos OF ME will be credited
DO NOT USE THESE PHOTOS WITHOUT PERMISSION!!!!
Happy Earth Day!
Saturday, January 2, 2010
Windwalker and Edoal Spirit Buffalo of Wind Spirit Drum; Karla R. LaRive of Studio West Management; Michael Bucher; and quillwork artist Virgil Redcloud-Goode will be calling us from Fall River county, the neighboring county to Pine Ridge Reservation( Shannon County)to talk about the relief efforts; Blue Sky Charity group and the free benefit concert for the children and family give away-including warm coats. Please tune in...call in your New year's hopes, greetings and offers of assistance!!!! www.michaelbucher.com/ www.windspiritdrum.com/ www.studiowestmanagement.com RED Alert/State of emergency for Pine Ridge Reservation: www.oglalalakotanation.org. For more information, please feel free to contact Loretta Afraid of Bear-Cook, OST Public Relations @ (605)441-5692 or (308)207-5732. E-mail: Loretta@oglala.org