Monthly Archives: October 2008

Turtle Island Project: President’s lack of knowledge about Native American tribal sovereignty is sad and scary

President George W. Bush’s apparent lack of understanding on tribal sovereignty is examined by Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard, executive director and co-founder of the non-profit Turtle Island Project in Munising, Michigan. Bliptv: [blip.tv ?posts_id=1344468&dest=-1] youtube: This video was made as … Continue reading

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Turtle Island Project: Silencing Native Americans & author hails American Indian genocide over the rainbow

[blip.tv ?posts_id=1355557&dest=37444] Silencing Indigenous People and Cultures: Wizard of Oz author celebrates death of Native American culture in Sitting Bull obit This is the second in a series of videos from two talks that Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard – the … Continue reading

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Lakota Domestic Violence Fighter Tillie Black Bear: Indigenous men must respect all women even in thought

[blip.tv ?posts_id=1351249&dest=37444] This is a transcript of the second in a series of videos about Tillie Black Bear – the executive director and one of the founders of the White Buffalo Calf Woman Society (WBCWS). For 31 years, the WBCWS … Continue reading

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Lakota domestic violence activist Tillie Black Bear sings Directions Prayer at Northern Michigan University 2008 UNITED Conference

Tillie Black Bear addresses the Northern Michigan University 2008 UNITED Conference Tillie Black Bear is the executive director and one of the founders (31 years ago) of the White Buffalo Calf Woman Society, Inc. (WBCWS) that serves the Lakota Sioux … Continue reading

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Argus Leader articles, videos on Lakota Rosebud teen suicide crisis – 27 deaths, over 400 attempted suicides in past few years

Links to stories and video by Argus Leader in Sioux Falls, SD on the tragic suicide epidemic involving Lakota youth and young adults At least 27 teens & young adults living in and around the Rosebud Reservation have killed themselves … Continue reading

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October 6, 2008: Domestic Violence Walk on Rosebud Indian Reservation in SD sponsored by the White Buffalo Calf Womans Society

2007 White Buffalo Calf Womens Society Domestic Violence Walk Top Stories

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October 2008: White Buffalo Calf Woman Society has month-long series of events to celebrate 31st anniversary

The White Buffalo Calf Woman Society celebrates 31 years on the Rosebud Reservation The non-profit Turtle Island Project in Munising, Michigan salutes the White Buffalo Calf Women’s Society on its 31st Anniversary and its service to all women and children … Continue reading

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