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Rio Tinto Crime Wave: DVD by Joan Sekler exposes worldwide crime spree on Indigeous people, middle-class and the environment (via The EarthKeeper Initiative)
Please buy new DVD to support those fighting the ongoing international crime spree against Native Americans by evil Rio Tinto – an international mining company who is making billions on the backs of American Indians, Indigenous peoples and the disappearing middle class.
Mass murder, environmental slaughter, greed, bribery and other crimes have been charged in a people’s indictment against the thugs at Rio Tinto and their political and judicial lackeys in Michigan, California and countless countries were Rio Tinto operates over 1,000 slave mines.
Please purchase Director Joan Sekler’s DVD – as she has pumped much of her own money and risked her life to expose Rio Tinto corruption. Continue reading →
State of Michigan backs acid mine; ignores tribe and nature: “Have you no sense of decency, sir, at long last?”
An Upper Peninsula American Indian tribe and several other groups are trying to stop the state-sanctioned rape and pillage of Michigan’s northern wilderness by an uncaring mining company and it’s minions. The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) strongly opposes the … Continue reading →
TIP Honors American Indian Journalists Tim Giago, Elizabeth Gray, Amanda Takes War Bonnet, Avis Little Eagle
Pioneers of American Indian Journalism The Turtle Island Project salutes Four Native American journalists, editors: Tim Giago, Elizabeth Gray, Amanda Takes War Bonnet, and Avis Little Eagle Tim Giago, above, photo by Elisha Page, special to SFGate.com – San Francisco … Continue reading →
Students turn back clock 40 years by moving forward with environmental activism that flourished in parent’s generation
Northern Michigan youth from preteen to twenties protect the earth in rebirth of 1960s student environmental activism The Emanuel Lutheran Youth group protects environment through projects, education and donations Youth wing of Emanuel Lutheran Church of Skandia donates to NMU … Continue reading →
Christianity, the environment crisis, and what Native American culture can offer are the topics of free Marquette seminars in November 2007
In the Spirit of the Earth: Ecology and Spiritual Liberation (Marquette. Michigan) – A series of free discussions on the relationship between the environment and theology including what Christians can learn from Native American culture will be held in … Continue reading →
Quest for Harmony: The Contemplation of Nature in the Christian Tradition (Munising, Michigan) – A free spiritual retreat on interfaith prayer and nature for all northern Michigan churches and temples will be held in Munising in early November. The gathering … Continue reading →