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 being built on the once pristine Yellow Dog Plains near Lake Superior in Northern Michigan

“The Lansing Online News” article on Stand for the Land rally at the Michigan State Capitol on June 3, 2010
By Bonnie Bucqueroux, who retired from Michigan State University’s School of Journalism to experiment with online publications, including Lansing Online News
http://lansingonlinenews.com/news/rally-raises-issues-about-the-eagle-rock-sulfide-mine-in-the-up

“The State News” Lansing, MI newspaper article on Stand for the Land rally at the Michigan State Capitol on June 3, 2010
By Aseel Machi
Photo by Sam Mikalonis
http://statenews.com/index.php/article/2010/06/protesters_rally_to_protect_up_land

“The Mining Journal” Marquette, MI newspaper on Stand for the Land rally at the Michigan State Capitol on June 3, 2010
By John Pepin
http://www.miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/544911.html

The Lansing Online News

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The Mining Journal

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The State News

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Letter to Editor by camper Laura Furtman of Duluth, Minn.
http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/archive/95610559.html

EPA officials weigh in on Eagle Rock
http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/archive/95615974.html

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Indian Country Today Raid at Eagle Rock
Two campers arrested, camp destroyed

http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/archive/95060709.html

Indian Country Today Controversial words from a controversial person Fred Dakota: Time to stop fighting Eagle Rock

http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/archive/94597289.html

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Indian Country Today Defending Eagle Rock (Scroll down to read second article: Kennecott’s Eagle Project)

http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/archive/92880679.html

Indian Country Today Defending Eagle Rock Video:

http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/archive/92880679.html?video=pop&t=a

Some stories prior to camp at sacred Eagle Rock:

The Kennecott Minerals websites about the Eagle Mine Project – Rio Tinto is parent company of the Kennecott Minerals and its subsidiaries like Kennecott Eagle Minerals Company.
http://www.eagle-project.com
http://www.eagle-project.com/library/media/MJ_Deferred%20021209.pdf

4/19/10 Mining Journal (local newspaper) story on mine project construction start on Friday, April 16, 2010
“Kennecott’s Eagle project mine site work starts”
http://www.miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/543148.html

State of Michigan Info on Eagle Mine Project:
http://www.michigan.gov/deq/0,1607,7-135-3311_4111_18442-130551–,00.html

Petition to support Cynthia Pryor
http://www.savethewildup.org/jailed/petition

Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve:
http://www.yellowdogwatershed.org/blog

Save the Wild U.P. (SWUP):
http://www.savethewildup.org

SWUP Facebook Page:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=20079015072

SWUP Causes on Facebook
http://www.causes.com/causes/46130?recruiter_id=60587135

Stand for the Land blog:
http://standfortheland.com

Stand for the Land flickr photos:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/49633257@N03

Stories by Gabriel Caplett and others on the “Headwaters: Citizen Journalism For the Great Lakes” website.
http://headwaters.net

Headwaters stories include opposition to the Kennecott Eagle Mine project and alleged international crimes and bad acts by Kennecott Mining and its parent company Rio Tinto:

“Taking a Stand”: Sacred Site Celebrated Despite Citizen Arrest
http://headwatersnews.net/mining-article/taking-a-stand-sacred-site-celebrated-despite-citizen-arrest

Pryor Ordered to Leave Jail:
http://headwatersnews.net/mining-article/pryor-ordered-to-leave-jail

Cynthia Prior Pleads Not Guilty:
http://headwatersnews.net/mining-article/cynthia-pryor-pleads-not-guilty

Cynthia Pryor arrested at mine property:
http://headwatersnews.net/mining-article/citizen-arrested-for-%E2%80%9Ctrespassing%E2%80%9D-on-public-land/

Eagle Mine Concerns Raised at Rio Tinto Meeting:
http://headwatersnews.net/mining-article/audio-rio-tintos-annual-general-meeting

Upper Peninsula Mine Threatens Sacred Tribal Rights:
http://headwatersnews.net/mining-blog/upper-peninsula-mine-threatens-sacred-tribal-rights

Rio Tinto Stomps on Indigenous Rights in Upper Peninsula of Michigan:
http://headwatersnews.net/mining-blog/rio-tinto-stomps-out-indigenous-rights-in-upper-michigan

Kennecott Minerals parent company Rio Tinto accused of crimes ranging from bribery to espionage to violating mining act:
http://headwatersnews.net/mining-article/uk-serious-fraud-office-to-investigate-rio-tinto
http://headwatersnews.net/mining-article/rio-tinto-employees-charged-with-industrial-espionage-and-bribery
http://headwatersnews.net/mining-article/rio-tinto-pleads-guilty-to-breach-of-mining-management-act-again-2

USA Today and Washington Post stories from Associated Press by writer John Flesher article about Chauncey Moran, vice chairman of the Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve and a volunteer stream monitor
http://www.usatoday.com/tech/science/2007-09-08-276323347_x.htm
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/09/08/AR2007090800356.html

More stories and info about Chauncey Moran:
http://www.waterkeeper.org/ht/d/OrganizationDetails/id/707
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE5AP05J20091126

Mining Journal stories:

Native American activists protest at Eagle Rock 4/25/10:
http://miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/543341.html
Mining Journal Editorial: Cooler heads must prevail in mine protests 4/25/10:
http://miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/543354.html
Pryor pleads not guilty to trespassing: Mining opponent arrested at Kennecott operation 4/21/10:
http://miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/543227.html
Mine foe Pryor remains jailed 4/22/10:
http://miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/543253.html
Rally Held at Eagle Rock
http://miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/543014.html?nav=5006
Mining Journal Video of Rally:
http://www.miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/543018.html?nav=5056
DEQ mine decision questioned 1/16/10:
http://miningjournal.net/page/content.detail/id/539169.html

Yellow Dog Plains on Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellow_Dog_Plains
Yellow Dog Plains Pix via Wikipedia By Maynard Leon and Kirill Zikanov (Wiki username Kirillz)

Trouble on the Yellow Dog Plains:
http://savethewildup.org/files/swup/265.pdf

GRANHOLM, DEQ DECISION CONDEMNED BY U.P.
http://www.ausableanglers.org/files/members/RIVERWATCH48.pdf

Protect the Earth: Part 2, Walk to Eagle Rock By Michele Bourdieu
http://keweenawnow.blogspot.com/2009/08/protect-earth-part-2-walk-to-eagle-rock.html

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American Indians, non-Natives Stand for the Land at Michigan State Capitol on June 3, 2010 to protest the raid on sacred Eagle Rock by Kennecott Minerals and stop sulfide mining on the Yellow Dog Plains in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

STAND FOR THE LAND !!

American Indians, non-Natives joined forces to Stand for the Land at Michigan State Capitol on June 3, 2010 to protest the huge police raid a week earlier on sacred Eagle Rock by Kennecott Minerals who ordered the arrest of two Ojibwa campers and to fight sulfide mining on the Yellow Dog Plains in northern Michigan near Lake Superior

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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

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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 of Michigan public land that Ojibwa have rights to under federal treaties instead the state leased the land to Kennecott Eagle Minerals for its sulfide mine that will produce sulfuric acid byproduct as they mine nickel, copper and other minerals.

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Some 30 other similar mines will pop up like mushrooms in the same area if the Eagle Mine Project starts digging under the Salmon Trout River; and underneath Eagle Rock to create a tunnel to the mine.

Kennecott disrespected several Ojibwa traditions including a request to have an elder douse the grandfather fire and removing, arresting on camper in a fasting ritual with her bundle on Eagle Rock.

Better Days at Eagle Rock: KBIC Tribal Council met with the campers at sacred Eagle Rock on May 8, 2010

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Keweenaw Indian Community Bay Tribal meets with Eagle Rock Campers during second week of the encampment about 19 days before massive police raid ordered by Kennecott Eagle Minerals to build its nickel and copper sulfide mine. (Photo by Greg Peterson)

Please read story about raid in Indian Country Today (ICT) newspaper:
Raid at Eagle Rock:

http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/national/greatlakes

http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/national/greatlakes/95060709.html

ICT digital edition pages 7 and 8:

http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/digitalcopy/95104274.html

http://flipflashpages.uniflip.com/2/16715/60551/pub/

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Michigan State Police standing on the remote Triple A Road near the entrance to Eagle Rock. (Photo by Greg Peterson)

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Marquette County Sheriff’s Department cars blocking Triple A Road at the Eagle Project nickel and Copper mine entrance about three quarters of a mile east of sacred Eagle Rock.
Also pictured Powell Township fire and ambulance vehicles and personnel, who were on standby in case someone was hurt during the police raid on sacred Eagle Rock.
The media and campers were allowed to walk past the blockade to the former encampment but warned to stay on the road or face arrest. (Photo by Greg Peterson)

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Michigan State Police and mine security perched atop Eagle Rock – the officers
were armed with high power rifles. (Photo by Greg Peterson)

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Following police raid, Eagle Rock campers stand on the Triple A Road at the former entrance to the sacred Eagle Rock encampment as Michigan State Police stand watch in the background.
In foreground, are two of the four campers present when police moved in plus longtime blogger and camper Gabriel Caplett (on left with video camera ) who has been writing daily updates on the camp for the past month on the StandForTheLand Blog and also has written hundreds of updates about the effort to block by several environment groups and the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community since plans for the the mine were announced in 2004.
Pictured with Caplett in the foreground are Kalvin Hartwig (center), a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Band of Chippewa, and nonnative Catherine Parker (right) of Marquette.
Michigan State Police standing on the Triple A Road near the entrance to Eagle Rock after raid on campers and arrest of two members of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community for “trespassing” when they refused to leave the sacred Eagle Rock Ojibwa encampment. (Photo by Greg Peterson)

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Kennecott Eagle Minerals employees string the fence across the driveway to the Eagle Rock encampment’s with state police and mine security looking on, (Photo by Greg Peterson)

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Michigan State Police and mine security perched atop Eagle Rock – the officers were armed with high power rifles. (Photo by Greg Peterson)

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Two of the four campers that were present when police moved in on May 27, 2010. Kalvin Hartwig, a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Band of Chippewa, and non-Native Catherine Parker of Marquette, Michigan stand in front of the former encampment entrance at Eagle Rock that is filled with the mine’s heavy equipment and police. (Photo by Greg Peterson)

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The remains of the Eagle Rock Community Garden that was pulled up by Eagle Project mine officials and placed into purple children’s swimming pools at the encampment entrance. (Photo by Greg Peterson)

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Mine equipment at entrance to Eagle Rock with Stand For the Land sign and a pole with a lone Eagle Feather on top. (Photo by Greg Peterson)

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Powell Township ambulance and fire vehicles and personnel on standby at the entrance to the Eagle Project nickel and copper mine about three quarters of a mile from Sacred Eagle Rock (Photo by Greg Peterson)

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Navajo Lutheran Mission June 2009 Installation: Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard, Rev. Deborah Haffner Hubbard

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Navajo Lutheran Mission June 2009 Installation: Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard, Rev. Deborah Haffner Hubbard

(Rock Point, Arizona) – The first of several videos on the Installation of Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard and Rev. Deborah Haffner Hubbard at the Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission (NELM) in Rock Point, Arizona by Bishop Steve Talmage of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) Grand Canyon Synod.

Bishop Steve Talmage presides over the Installation Service on June 7, 2009 in the Navajo Lutheran Mission House of Prayer Lutheran Church.

The Hubbards arrived at the mission in the spring of 2009 after leaving their respective churches in northern Michigan.
Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard is the Executive Director.
Rev. Deborah Haffner Hubbard, who led a Presbyterian Church in Michigan, is the House of Prayer Pastor.

Joining the Bishop and the Hubbards at the front of the church during the installation service were former Mission Pastor Wally Cole and Rev. Jeff Berg of Concordia Lutheran Church in Phoenix, AZ

Following the Installation Service, the congregation participates in the the Share the Peace (aka Exchange of Peace).
http://www.elca.org/Growing-In-Faith/Worship/Learning-Center/FAQs/Exchange-of-Peace.aspx

The congregation then participates in a variety of rituals including the offering, communion, reading the Unending Prayer and The Lord’s Prayer.

We praise you and join the hosts of heaven in their unending hymn:

(In Unison) Holy, holy, holy Lord, Lord God of power and might: Heaven and earth are full of your glory. Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest.

Our Father in heaven, hallowed be thy name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespassed against us. Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil. For thine is the Kingdom, and the power, and the glory for ever and ever. Amen

Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard, who sings and plays guitar, is planning a series of concerts starting in the fall of 2009 at churches and other venues in Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Colorado, California.

The free fundraising concerts are to raise awareness about mission projects and the new Mission in Reverse model that the mission is operating under since he arrived in the Spring of 2009.

While still following the original goals of the mission, Rev. Hubbard is taking a respectful and humble approach to the mission’s work in the Navajo community.

He believes the purpose of the mission is to minister with the Navajo not for the Navajo.

With the century-long horrors of the Christian boarding lasting to mid 1900s still fresh in elders’ minds, Hubbard believes we need to practice healing and reconciliation, not judge people whose path to the divine life might be different than ours.

The Navajo Lutheran Mission is featured in the November 2009 issue of “The Lutheran” magazine, an ELCA national publication.

List of stories In Nov. 2009 Issue:
http://www.thelutheran.org/article/issue.cfm?issue=169

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Navajo Lutheran Mission Installation #3: Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard and Rev. Deborah Haffner Hubbard installed by Bishop Steve Talmage

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2009 Navajo Lutheran Mission in Rock Point, AZ Installation video #3: Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard and Rev. Deborah Haffner Hubbard installed by Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) Grand Canyon Synod Bishop Steve Talmage

(Rock Point, Arizona) – The third video on the Sunday, June 7, 2009 Installation of Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard and Rev. Deborah Haffner Hubbard at the Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission (NELM) in Rock Point, Arizona by Bishop Steve Talmage of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) Grand Canyon Synod.

On behalf of the Grand Canyon Synod, Bishop Talmage thanks Clarence C. Begay (Navajo Translator, Chapter House President & NELM board member), Bobby Yazzie, Howard Gatewood, Ron Augustson (NELM Board Chair) and the board of directors and the many others, who over the years, have contributed greatly to the work of maintaining the school and this mission for the sake of making Christ know.
Bishop Talmage installed the Hubbards on Sun., June 7, 2009.
I believe there is a need to maintain Jesus’s spirit of humility in seeking to discover the bridges that can be made and even crossed between the cultures and histories that exist in this place, Bishop Talmage told those gathered for the Installation Service.

In our less than perfect history of over 50 years of ministry at Rock Point, those who have come from the outside have struggled to be humble, patient and willing to recognize the need to discover how God has already been at work among the people here, Bishop Talmage said.

Love the stranger, love the neighbor and a friend with an open heart – with the open heart that Jesus has for all of God’s children,” said Bishop Talmage of the effect of the mission and school on those who do not know Jesus.

Bishop Talmage’s message of humility and realization that God has long been a part of the Navajo culture even before missionaries resonates with Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard, who became executive director of the Navajo Lutheran Mission in the spring of 2009 and has a been an outspoken advocate for Christian respect for the American Indian culture and traditions.

While still following the original goals of the mission, Rev. Hubbard is taking a respectful and humble approach to the mission’s work in the Navajo community.

He believes the purpose of the mission is to minister with the Navajo not for the Navajo.

With the century-long horrors of the Christian boarding lasting to mid 1900s still fresh in elders’ minds, Hubbard believes we need to practice healing and reconciliation, not judge people whose path to the divine life might be different than ours.

Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard, who sings and plays guitar, is planning a series of concerts starting in the fall of 2009 at churches and other venues in Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Colorado, California.

The free fundraising concerts are to raise awareness about mission projects and the new Mission in Reverse model that the mission is operating under since he arrived in the Spring of 2009.

Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission
House of Prayer Lutheran Church
Rock Point, Arizona

1-928-659-4201 (Office)
1-928-659-4202 (School)

2009 Board of Directors
Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission

Ron Augustson, Chair
Janice Lee Jim
Roger Johnsen
Jerry Thomas
Bill Heincke
Richard Wixom
David Ulibarri
Jeannie M. Harvey
Christel Badey
Clarence Begay
Sue Vogel-Herrera
Alice Natale
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You can support the Navajo Lutheran Mission through financial donations, volunteering and many other national programs.

For details:
http://www.nelm.org/support.htm
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Navajo Luthean Mission 2009 Installation: Bishop Talmage says humble approach best

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Installation of Rev. Dr. Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard and Rev. Deborah Haffner Hubbard at Navajo Lutheran Mission

ELCA Grand Canyon Bishop Steve Talmage calls for humble approach in working with tribe

Bishop Talmage acknowledges God was at work with Navajo long before missionaries arrived

(Rock Point, Arizona) – The fourth video on the Installation of Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard and Rev. Deborah Haffner Hubbard at the Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission (NELM) in Rock Point, Arizona by Bishop Steve Talmage of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) Grand Canyon Synod.

Bishop Talmage installed the Hubbards on Sun., June 7, 2009.

In this video, Bishop Steve Talmage talks Navajo medical milestones like Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord, who in 1994 was the first Navajo woman to be board certified in surgery. (See photo collage below)

I believe there is a need to maintain Jesus’s spirit of humility in seeking to discover the bridges that can be made and even crossed between the cultures and histories that exist in this place, Bishop Talmage told those gathered for the Installation Service.

In our less than perfect history of over 50 years of ministry at Rock Point, those who have come from the outside have struggled to be humble, patient and willing to recognize the need to discover how God has already been at work among the people here, Bishop Talmage said.

Love the stranger, love the neighbor and a friend with an open heart – with the open heart that Jesus has for all of God’s children,” said Bishop Talmage of the effect of the mission and school on those who do not know Jesus.

Bishop Talmage’s message of humility and realization that God has long been a part of the Navajo culture even before missionaries resonates with Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard, who became executive director of the Navajo Lutheran Mission in the spring of 2009 and has a been an outspoken advocate for Christian respect for the American Indian culture and traditions.

While still following the original goals of the mission, Rev. Hubbard is taking a respectful and humble approach to the mission’s work in the Navajo community.

He believes the purpose of the mission is to minister with the Navajo not for the Navajo.

With the century-long horrors of the Christian boarding lasting to mid 1900s still fresh in elders’ minds, Hubbard believes we need to practice healing and reconciliation, not judge people whose path to the divine life might be different than ours.

Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard, who sings and plays guitar, is planning a series of concerts starting in the fall of 2009 at churches and other venues in Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Colorado, California.

The free fundraising concerts are to raise awareness about mission projects and the new Mission in Reverse model that the mission is operating under since he arrived in the Spring of 2009.

Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission
House of Prayer Lutheran Church
Rock Point, Arizona

1-928-659-4201 (Office)
1-928-659-4202 (School)

2009 Board of Directors
Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission

Ron Augustson, Chair
Janice Lee Jim
Roger Johnsen
Jerry Thomas
Bill Heincke
Richard Wixom
David Ulibarri
Jeannie M. Harvey
Christel Badey
Clarence Begay
Sue Vogel-Herrera
Alice Natale
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National Library of Medicine & National Institutes of Health: Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord – Changing the faces of Medicine
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/changingthefaceofmedicine/physicians/biography_7.html
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/about/exhibition/travelingexhibitions/pdf/ctfomtext.pdf
Photo Gallery of Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord:
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/changingthefaceofmedicine/gallery/photo_7_1.html

Captions to the photos of Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord and her family that are used in video and in above collage:
Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord, the first Navajo woman physician to be board-certified in surgery. courtesy: Lori Arviso Alvord, M.D.
Lori Arviso Alvord in High School in 1975
Lori Arviso Alvord's father and paternal grandmother at her graduation from Stanford Medical School, 1985
Lori Arviso Alvord at age 1 with her father, Robert Cupp in 1959
Lori Arviso Alvord (rear, center) with five generations of her family
Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord performing surgery

The Scalpel and the Silver Bear (Widener Universigty): A Navajo Woman's Surgeon's Story
http://www.widener.edu/womensstudies/whm07.asp

Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord: She Shines – YMCA of Rhode Island:
http://www.sheshines.org/content/view/392/411/

University of Nebraska Medical Center:
http://app1.unmc.edu/PublicAffairs/TodaySite/sitefiles/today_full.cfm?match=5588

You can support the Navajo Lutheran Mission through financial donations, volunteering and many other national programs.

For details:
http://www.nelm.org/support.htm
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Back to School: Children of the Navajo Lutheran Mission School

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1st grade teacher Lark Pettit
2nd grade teacher Jolene Wilson
3rd and 4th grade teacher Pauline Wagon
5th and 6th grade teacher Eileen Holiday Other NELM employees: Tara Chee, NELM Community Services Coordinator and Navajo Language and Culture Instructor - 2009 Board of Directors Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission Ron Augustson, Chair
Janice Lee Jim
Roger Johnsen
Jerry Thomas
Bill Heincke
Richard Wixom
David Ulibarri
Jeannie M. Harvey
Christel Badey
Clarence Begay
Sue Vogel-Herrera
Alice Natale You can support the Navajo Lutheran Mission through financial donations, volunteering and many other national programs. For details visit the mission's support page Campbell's Labels for Education General Mills Boxtops for Education Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission,Navajo Lutheran Mission,Navajo,Native American,American Indian,Arizona,Rock Point,Rev. Deborah Hubbard,Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard,Evangelical Lutheran Church in America,ELCA,Navajo Nation,Navajo Reservation,Navajo youth,school,Holy Supreme Wind,God,Jesus,church,children,culture Related Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission (NELM) Links: NELM on facebook NELM on wordpress blog NELM on Blogger NELM on Zimbio NELM on myspace NELM on bliptv NELM on youtube NELM on photobucket NELM on Twitter Flute music courtesy Arizona Flutes and Native Arts in Camp Verde, AZ flutist,flute,Flutist Carol Buckley,Arizona Flutes and Native Arts,Native Art,Native Music,Native American,American Indian,Camp Verde AZ,Camp Verde,Arizona,Navajo,Navajo Lutheran Mission,Navajo Nation,lessons,flute lessons Carol Buckley,flute,Flutist Carol Buckley,flutist,flute lessons,Arizona Flutes and Native Arts,Native American,Native Music,Native Art,Navajo Nation,Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission,Navajo Lutheran Mission Carol Buckley, owner of Arizona Flutes and Native Arts in Camp Verde, AZ (high desert in Verde Valley) and a non-native flute musician specializing in American Indian music. She has Michigan roots – lived in in Davison and taught school in LakeVille Public Schools in Otisville where she was a Speech and Language Pathologist. In 1994 Buckley decided to refocus her life, escape from the cold weather, and move to the beautiful Verde Valley in Arizonas high desert. She is a poet and writer who plays Native American style flute music and has great respect for the Navajo and other Native American tribes and their respective cultures/heritage. Carol also teaches classes on how to play the Native flute. Songs used in videos are from Carol Buckley's Rhythm Keepers and Raindrops on Roses CDs Carol Buckley,flute,Flutist Carol Buckley,flutist,Rhythm,Rhythm Keepers CD,Rhythm Keepers,Musician,music,Native Music,CD,Camp Verde AZ,Camp Verde,Arizona,Native American,American Indian,Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission,Navajo Lutheran Mission,Arizona Flutes and Native Arts,Native Art Carol Buckley,flutist,flute,Flutist Carol Buckley,Arizona Flutes and Native Arts,Camp Verde AZ,Camp Verde,Arizona,Musician,music,Native Music,Raindrops on Roses CD,Raindrops on Roses,Native American,American Indian,Navajo Lutheran Mission,Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission Navajo Lutheran Mission First Day of School Part 1:
Carol Buckley's Rhythm Keepers CD Track 6: Recollection Track 4: Twin Hearts Track 8: Native Image Navajo Lutheran Mission First Day of School Part 2:
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The Hubbards arrived at the Navajo Lutheran Mission in the spring of 2009 after each having their own respective church in northern Michigan. Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard is the NELM executive director.
Rev. Deborah Haffner Hubbard is a Presbyterian minister who is now the pastor of the mission House of Prayer Lutheran Church.
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