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Join Farm Aid and co-founder, John Mellencamp on May 18 at Duke University’s Griffith Film Theater for the premiere of "Homeplace Under Fire," a short film that celebrates the farmers, farm wives and rural leaders who rose up during the Farm Crisis of the 80s to save their farms and countless others.
The FREE premiere begins at 7 p.m.. Seating is limited, so register today!
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19th Generation Keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe Bundle
Right away I woke remembering our history of abuses we have suffered from the continued need from Mother Earth's Resources. My heart is heavy today, for what we are all facing together with tomorrow's deadline in the removal of the Standing Rock's Camps.
Today I would like to support my kola Mitch Walking Elk's call in the gathering of the people tonight at 7pm and send prayers together in the world for healing.
Because of the seriousness of this situation, I humbly would like to once again call upon all the Religious/Spiritual Leaders, URI and the People who traveled to Standing Rock's sacred fire on December 4th. (Sari At Uri) Pray with us at your own sacred places for Mother Earth, her Mni wic'oni (water of life) and the protection of our People who are still at the Standing Rock Camps.
We also need to remember healing for those who are making these dangerous decisions that have only ended up abusing all life.
I too will stand in the sacred place with our Sacred Bundle to offer prayers - if anyone would like to join me by bringing offerings to the Bundle, they are welcome - @ 2:00pm mountain time on Wednesday February 22, 2017.
Please pray with us where ever you are upon Mother Earth.
Mother Earth is a Source of Life - Not a Resource.
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You can help ask for clemency for Leonard Peltier
By making a request in President Barack Obama's last weeks of Presidency
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania ave NW
Washington DC 20500
202-456-1111 or 202-456-1414
A piece of the petition for clemency by lawyers - Martin Garbus, Esq. Cynthia K. Dunne, Esq. Carl Nadler, Esq ....
"For over forty years Mr. Peltier’s case has retained the support of your fellow Nobel Laureates including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Jody Williams, Rigoberto Mencu Tum, Adolfo Perez, Esquivel Mairead Maguire, Shirin Ebadi Tawakkol Karman and the Dail Lama, as well as religious and human rights leaders from around the world including, Coretta Scott King, the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Center for Human Rights, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, the National Council of Churches, dozens of members of Congress, political leaders of Canada, and before his death, Nelson Mandela. In addition the National Congress for American Indians, Amnesty International, and former United Nations Rapporteur James Anaya all recognize and stress the historic importance of this case throughout Indian Country, and continue to support Clemency for Mr. Peltier as an essential reconciliatory action.
We respectfully submit that the very fact that for over 40 years so many activists, human rights leaders and Native communities remain committed to seeking reconciliatory action for Leonard Peltier, is itself compelling proof that there was a miscarriage of justice which requires thoughtful review and equitable resolution, taking into account the time already served. The supporters of this Petition include scholars and human rights experts who serve an essential function in our democracy; they operate as watchdogs and raise their voices in those rare instances like this, where there is a need for the Government to examine and re-evaluate its conduct, because even with the best of intentions, we are all human."