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Added by DYCdeloriamgh on August 2, 2010 at 9:30pm —
World Watchdogs: Top 50 Human Rights Blogs… Continue
Added by DYCdeloriamgh on April 6, 2010 at 1:35am —
Thursday Nov 26, 2009
As I write this I can hear the roosters communicating from across the village. I hear dogs cheering each other on as they welcome in the new morning and young children laughing as they walk to school. The air smells crisp with a slight sent of pine. These are all characteristics of Kin-iway, Besao. Francisco and I have been blessed with yet another great adventure here in the Cordillera Mountain Range of the Philippines.
We are currently… Continue
Added by DYCdeloriamgh on November 26, 2009 at 3:19am —
A Time of Recognition…
I have been in Venezuela for almost two weeks and everywhere I look I see people that look like my Native relatives back home. I remember when I was little my father use to tell me the only different between the Indigenous people in the North vs. the Indigenous people of the South is that the people who colonized us spoke English and the people who colonized the Indigenous in the South spoke Spanish. I can’t tell you how true this statement really… Continue
Added by DYCdeloriamgh on July 30, 2009 at 2:20pm —
Greeting Relatives and Friends,
We have gathered a group of ten dedicated young people to help develop the Digital Youth Council. We have asked everyone to post their biographies so we can begin to get to know one another. We want more people involved. Please join the Digital Youth Council on this site if you are interested! Below is my biography as well as answered to the questions we are asking our digital youth council members to answer! Thank-you, Deloria Lane Many Grey… Continue
Added by DYCdeloriamgh on July 30, 2009 at 11:32am —
Greeting my dear friends and relatives!
I have been working with a group of young activist from all different walks of life to brainstorm different ideas on how to create a sustainable and just community. I would love to hear the thoughts from our FWII community on how you feel the Medicine Wheel can be used to create a more sustainable and balanced community.
For those of you who are not familiar with the Medicine Wheel it is one of the ancient symbols used by Indigenous… Continue
Added by DYCdeloriamgh on July 12, 2009 at 7:32pm —
It is wonderful to see everyone so active on this site! I wanted to share a few inspirational sites with wonderful and insightful documentaries!
Peace and Happiness, Deloria Many Grey Horses
http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/all/... Read More
Added by DYCdeloriamgh on July 6, 2009 at 7:58pm —
Dearest Friends and Family,
I hope that you are in good health and are having beautiful night or morning. Franco and I have finished our first week of training with an amazing group of twelve young Indigenous youth on digital social networking. It was beyond anything either of us could ever imagine and feel truly blessed to have had such a successful weekend. It was amazing to find out that all of the students already had email addresses and also used a social network called Hi-5. In… Continue
Added by DYCdeloriamgh on March 8, 2009 at 12:07pm —
I was asked to write about someone I felt compassionate about. I choose my father of course. The professor thought it would be a good idea to write in first person so here it is! The professor is Takaki! He is one of the main professors in Ethnic Studies and wrote a few amazing books! Hope you enjoy!
“The Beauty and Power of a Prophecy of a Family”
as told by my beloved father – Shunkmanu He Miye Lo -
to me - his daughter, Ampaowin
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Added by DYCdeloriamgh on February 24, 2009 at 9:32am —
I did it! I made it through my first week in Thailand on my own. I have traveled with my father since I was a little girl and I can remember him telling me when I was about five years old, "Ampaowin (my Dakota name), I can give you all types of material gifts but the greatest gift in life I can give you is experience." I can remember not really understanding what he said and in fact was a little disappointed that I couldn't get that Malibu barbie I so greatly admired in the toy store window but… Continue
Added by DYCdeloriamgh on February 24, 2009 at 12:59am —
Well I just arrived in Bangkok, Thailand where I have the privilege and honor to be working with a magnificent group of individuals on human rights work. I just recently graduated from U.C. Berkeley in Ethnic Studies and Native American Studies and it feels really great to be applying what I have learned. So many people in this world are struggling tremendously economically, physically and spiritually. I am hoping by trying to reach out and connect with people, especially… Continue
Added by DYCdeloriamgh on February 17, 2009 at 8:07pm —