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Sarayaku Still Awaiting Justice

Sarayaku Still Awaiting JusticeThe Kichwa community of Sarayaku was back in San Jose, Costa Rica today facing off with the Ecuadorian government, which has failed to comply with the most critical components of t... More

Indigenous Day of Mourning

Indigenous Day of MourningThe 47th annual National Day of Mourning organized by the United American Indians of New England was held Nov. 24 in Plymouth, Mass., to debunk the racist myth of “Thanksgiving.” O... More

Udall Calls for Urgent Action on Dakota Pipeline To Protect Tribal Rights, Safety Of Demonstrators

Udall Calls for Urgent Action on Dakota Pipeline To Protect Tribal Rights, Safety Of DemonstratorsToday, U.S. Senator Tom Udall, incoming vice chairman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, condemned the violence against Tribal members, called on President Barack Obama to tak... More

Remote Amazon Tribe Kills Illegal Gold Miners

Remote Amazon Tribe Kills Illegal Gold MinersMembers of a remote Amazon rainforest indigenous tribe have shot dead six illegal gold miners with arrows, Brazilian officials said Friday.... More

Ceremonial Sweat Lodge Unveiled at Edmonton Public School

Ceremonial Sweat Lodge Unveiled at Edmonton Public SchoolThe ribbon was cut Friday to unveil the new building, which has been a long-time dream for the school's elder and spiritual leader.... More

Oil Company Surrenders 15 Land Leases on Sacred Native American Land

Oil Company Surrenders 15 Land Leases on Sacred Native American LandDuring a ceremony in Washington, DC this Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Interior announced it was canceling 15 energy exploration leases on land that is sacred to Native America... More

New Photos of Uncontacted Brazilian Tribe Mark First Sighting in Over a Year

New Photos of Uncontacted Brazilian Tribe Mark First Sighting in Over a YearStriking new aerial photographs of an uncontacted tribe in the Brazilian Amazon highlight the importance of protecting their territory from the growing threat of illegal mining, ac... More

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Wisdom Keeper of The Month

Grandmother Beatrice Long Visitor Holy Dance

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She is one of the Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers representing native peoples all over the world, leading petitions and prayers for peace, human rights and the rights of our planet and
its citizens.
Grandmother Beatrice, an Oglala Lakota, came to the Zen Peacemakers’ retreat at the Black Hills last August along with her daughter, Loretta. She was already somewhat frail, but I was deeply moved to see her. How strong these Lakota women have had to be! They raise not just children but also nephews, nieces and grandchildren, and are often the most consistent breadwinners for their families. Grandmother Beatrice was no different, and in her younger years had to combat alcoholism like many other Lakota. But she became a leader and an inspiration to others, advocating finally not just on behalf of her native land and people but also for the entire globe.

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Book of The Month

Dreaming Wide Awake: Lucid Dreaming, Shamanic Healing, and Psychedelics

By David Jay Brown

Dreaming Wide Awake: Lucid Dreaming, Shamanic Healing, and Psychedelics by  David Jay Brown A detailed guide to mastering lucid dreaming for physical and emotional healing, enhanced creativity, and spiritual awakening. Offers methods to improve lucid dreaming abilities and techniques for developing superpowers in the
dream realm. Explains how to enhance dreaming with supplements, herbs, and psychedelics. Explores the ability of lucid dreamers to communicate with the waking realm and the potential for shared lucid dreaming and access to our unconscious minds

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Film of The Month

Mystic Fire: Nadia Stepanova: Siberian Shaman

By Costanzo Allione

Mystic Fire: Nadia Stepanova: Siberian Shaman by Costanzo AllioneNadia Stepanova is a Buryatian shaman who is reviving shamanic ritual ceremonies that for centuries have ruled the life in the taiga. Nadia Stepanova hopes that the young people will again
be aware of spirituality and of the gifts that Mother Nature bestows us.
Runtime: 30 minutes

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