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Schedule Update July 30-Aug. 1, 2010: Protect the Earth Great Lakes Community Gathering and Walk to Sacred Eagle Rock in northern Michigan

Updated Schedule: 3rd Annual Protect the Earth Great Lakes Community Gathering and Annual Walk to Sacred Eagle Rock Featuring Winona LaDuke, Joanne Shenandoah, Bobby Bullet and Skip Jones 3rd Annual Protect the Earth Great Lakes Community Gathering Event facebook page … Continue reading

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2008 Indigenous Earth Day Summit at Northern Michigan University

The 2008 Indigenous Earth Day Summit is April 22-23 at Northern Michigan University in Marquette, MI  This summit is made possible by the Center for Native American Studies, the Environmental Science Program and the Office of International Programs. This summit is … Continue reading

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No Respect: Michigan Governor uses state song to promote mining; as tribe, others sue to block “acid mine”

Upper Peninsula Swan Song: As state continues its betrayal of the pristine northwoods, the Governor and Hollywood use song to promote Upper Peninsula mining Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm and a Hollywood director are using her website to promote an official … 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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First Nations Peoples urged to contact Turtle Island Project to set agenda for Native American Roundtable Sept. 13, 2007 – the first of many conferences on American Indian and environment issues

Turtle Island Project fights religious intolerance, racism, environmental exploitation and other social issues that threaten the future of mankind First Nations peoples asked to submit topics for Native American roundtables that begin Sept. 13 – with first of many regional … Continue reading

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