Phil Lane Jr. is an enrolled member of the Yankton Sioux and Chickasaw Nations and is an internationally recognized leader in human and community development. He was born at the Haskell Indian Residential School in Lawrence, Kansas in 1944, where his mother and father met and attended school. He is a citizen of both Canada and the USA. During the past 44 years, he has worked with Indigenous peoples in North, Central and South America, Micronesia, South East Asia, India, Hawaii and Africa. He…See More
October 11, 2012 at 8:30am to October 12, 2012 at 4:30pm
Two day symposiumOct 11th 8.30am-Oct 12th 4.30pmLister Centre, Edmonton, Alberta.Critical issues of water management,distribution, pollution, monitoring and indigenous rights in NWT and Alberta.keynote speaker-Daryle Rigney,Ngarrindjeridean Indigenous strategy and engagementFlinders University.no costSee More
"UPDATE on the Water blessings ~ #23 we will do tomorrow then I am pulling together a fundraiser ~ I am out of funds and still have 5 sites left to finish this prayer. I will post on the details of the fund raiser ASAP. Gas was more that…"
"I grew up in the forests of washington,and the rivers there are so precious for the salmon .....we will hold you and the water in great health and happiness..........thank you for your action and your caring spirit,linda"
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I have been running Nurture The Children for about 19 years now. As I share my love and respect for Mother Earth, Father Sky and all who walk, swim, fly, and grow upon her. I am planning on opening a Nurture The Children camp that would bring them back to the earth and help them to know who they truly are. I need more knowledage to help develop a program that can help to pull them away from the road of distruction that so many are drawn to these days. This is the only way I know to strengthen them, to up lift them, to carry them over the hate, anger and dispare. Peace, love and harmony is what the Wiwanyag Wachipi way of life has taught me.