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Ojibwa, non-Natives gather for “Honoring our Water” ceremony along Lake Superior as fight continues to stop Kennecott sulfide mine

Ojibwa, non-Natives hold “Honoring Our Water” sunrise ceremony along Lake Superior for 2010 National Sacred Places Prayer Days. The ceremony was part of the ongoing fight to stop a sulfide mine on Michigan’s Yellow Dog Plains and the desecration of Sacred Eagle Rock Continue reading

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News stories on Stand for the Land Rally and petitions given to governor on June 3, 2010 at Michigan Capitol in Lansing; Other news coverage including Indian Country Today newspaper

News Stories about Stand for the Land Rally at Michigan Capitol on June 3, 2010: To protest arrests and raid at sacred Eagle Rock in violation of Treaty Rights, and continue fight against the experimental nickel and copper sulfide mine … Continue reading

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Kennecott Minerals orders massive police raid on May 27, 2010 at Native American camp at base of sacred Eagle Rock, Kennecott intentionally disrespects American Indian heritage in dousing of sacred fire, destroys camp and arrests two Native Americans to build its nickel and copper mine on Yellow Dog Plains in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

On orders from an international mining company on Thursday, May 27, 2010, dozens of heavily armed police raided a month old Ojibwa camp at sacred Eagle Rock in northern Michigan. Sacred Eagle Rock and the Yellow Dog Plains are State … 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 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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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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