Sunday, January 30, 2011

New Zealand a dream

My Home

talking about a revolution (tracy chapman)

A Simple Meditation - Mooji

Rich Mullins - Creed

NEW YORK, Dec. 14, 2010 FDA Weighs Mercury Use in Tooth Fillings

NEW YORK, Dec. 14, 2010
FDA Weighs Mercury Use in Tooth Fillings

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/12/14/eveningnews/main7150398.shtml?tag=cbsnewsTwoColUpperPromoArea

Nine Feathers Flute

"Go My Son" from SEASONS - BYU Living Legends

Moroccan Bread, Traditional way of making bread

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Verdel Primeaux & Johnny Mike - 01 Four Harmonized Peyote Songs

Merrie Monarch 2010 Miss Aoloha Kahiko - Taysha-Lei De Sa.flv

Folk, Native American arts could gain millions from M.A.C. Foundation

Folk, Native American arts could gain millions from M.A.C. Foundation
The Margaret A. Cargill Foundation, with potentially $4 billion in assets, is gearing up a hefty grant to help raise the profile of folk and Native American art forms.

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/la-et-0129-folk-art-20110129,0,5946430.story

Vivian Maier photos - DVD slideshow GUI

DEADLINE FEB 18th! A Call for American Indian and Alaska Native Artists!

DEADLINE FEB 18th!

http://katcommunications.com/index.php/news/136-callforartists

A Call for American Indian and Alaska Native Artists:

The Office of Minority Health Resource Center is in the process of developing American Indian/Alaska Native Youth related digital educational materials. Along with our partners, Kat Communications, and the IHS HIV Program, we are seeking American Indian and Alaska Native artists that can portray regional and cultural areas. We are accepting ALL styles and themes of American Indian/Alaska Native Art. Traditional, contemporary, alternative process, digital, mix processes, and experimental works are welcome. All art must be original and appropriate for conversion to a digital format.

Please send us a one paragraph biography, and details about the type of art work you create to artists@katcommunications.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Deadline: February 18, 2011.

Once chosen to work on the project, artists will be compensated.

Additional Questions? Contact artists@katcommunications.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Evonne Bennett-Barnes at ebennett@minorityhealth.hhs.govThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Dark Age and a memory



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Wanted Fugitive: Accused Child Molester Went Into Hiding - KCPQ

Wanted Fugitive: Accused Child Molester Went Into Hiding - KCPQ

http://www.q13fox.com/mostwanted/fugitive-files/kcpq-wanted-fugitive-accused-child-molester-went-into-hiding-20110128,0,7995002.story

New Odawa low-income housing unit a "phenomenal accomplishment"

New Odawa low-income housing unit a "phenomenal accomplishment": "A new two-million dollar housing project in Northern Charlevoix County will put a roof over the heads of many. It's also green for the future."

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr other African American Brothers

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr other African American Brothers

Archive internet radio show, click the link and listen in, 2 hr show!

Host Name: NAMAPAHHRadio
Show Name:

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr other African American Brothers


Date / Length: 1/19/2009 9:30 PM - 2 hrs
Length: 2 hrs
Description:
Martin Luther King Jr. and other African Men Honored: During the first part of this tribute we will take an audio tour of Trinity House, a rehabilitation facility for African American Males in downtown Atlanta, GA. This facility also houses a historical chapel, where Martin Luther King, Jr’s body was brought, before the procession started. I could feel the Spirit of this amazing man. He would be so pleased if he knew that the chapel is now part of a healing & rehab center, that honors him to this day. I was lead throughout that facility by a young man named Brian. I was able to be introduced to many of the men & counselors in Trinity House. The décor offered a presence of Mother Africa. I was so impressed that the African culture was woven into the program & part of the ambience of rehabilitation. During the second half of NAMAPAHH we will share an excerpt of Martin Luther King Jr’s “I have a dream” speech. We will also share interviews with two other African American brothers that have done incredible human rights work & activism on behalf of African Americans & even Native Americans as in the case of Jay Winter Nightwolf, the originator & radio talk show host of “Nightwolf” : “The American Indian’s Truth…..the Most Dangerous Show On Radio…..” broadcasting on WPFW 89.3 FM – Pacifica Radio www.WPFW.org Damu Smith was another host of a WPFW radio program, who I met at a NNG grantmakers conference in Blaine, Wa back in 2005. We lost Damu to his battle with cancer & I feel very honored that he was able to give me an exclusive interview after his presentation about Hurricane Katrina he gave at the conference. He was a very special man & though I only spent a half hour with him, I wanted to know him for the rest of my life. We will rebroadcast this interview as well, to honor him & remember him & remind us all how much work we have to do to carry forward work he & others, like Martin Luther King Jr., started on all our behalf.