Monthly Archives: September 2007

“Read the Spirit” – religion and spirituality global gathering place

  The Turtle Island Project and its new North American Theology share a vision with a religion and spirituality portal that uses 21st-Century technology to spread the word – to a globe of faithful – who believe we can all … Continue reading

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Racism, poverty, despair, derogatory names discussed at first Turtle Island Project Native American Roundtable

Inaugural Grand Island Conference in northern Michigan addressed racism, poverty, teen suicide, derogatory location names, and other issues Centering prayer, Celtic spiritual issues discussed during Turtle Island Project regional conference in northern Michigan (Munising, Michigan) – Racism, poverty, teen suicide … Continue reading

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Turtle Island Project director calls racism “insidious” in towns surrounding American Indian reservations in northern Michigan, but more obvious in South Dakota

Racism, violence rises in towns bordering American Indian reservations Two American Indian advocates spoke out recently on a national radio show against racism on towns that border American Indian reservations where murder, beatings, and other assaults have been documented. Turtle … Continue reading

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Governor Jennifer Granholm Stands Mute As Death Knell Rings For Northern Michigan: Funeral Services Pending For Upper Peninsula Tourism Industry, Clean Water, Pristine Forests

Pristine Salmon-Trout River will be the first victim of Kennecott proposed “Acid Mine” – Michigan Governor and MDEQ appear ready to rubber stamp request The Salmon-Trout River in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula will turn from clear to yellowish orange if mine … Continue reading

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Turtle Island Project: The Founders and Goals

Click To Play The Turtle Island Project in northern Michigan was founded by two Midwest pastors who believe the future of mankind and world is at a crossroads. Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard and Rev. Dr. George Cairns believe that Christians … Continue reading

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Turtle Island Project: First Naitve American Round Table Thursday, Sept. 13; First Regional Conference Fri. & Sat., Sept. 14-15, 2007

Click To Play The Turtle Island Project’s first regional conference is this week – (Thursday-Saturday) September 13-15, 2007 at the Eden on the Bay Lutheran Church in Munising. The hours are 7-10 p.m. Thursday, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Friday, and … Continue reading

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Turtle Island Project: Input sought from Native Americans and other Indigenous Peoples

Click To Play  Turtle Island Project fights religious intolerance, racism, and other social issues that threaten the future of mankind  First Nations peoples asked to submit topics for Native American roundtables (Munising, Michigan) – Exploitation of the earth, spiritual terrorism, … Continue reading

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Crow Creek “Crushing Poverty” – Multicultural Humanitarian Day Sept. 30, 2007

Help Crow Creek: Multicultural Humanitarian Day at Fort Thompson Sept. 30, 2007 – Public donations are still needed to help all low income residents Multicultural Humanitarian Day project to provide healthcare, clothes, toys, books, bikes for Crow Creek Sioux Tribe … Continue reading

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