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  • Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 12:00 PM · 278 rsvps

    Land, Treaties and the Future

    Tentative schedule: This gathering will bring together Elders who have knowledge of teachings that foretell of the future. Information will also be provided on the legislative bills impacting Treaty and Indigenous sovereignty. 1:00 Elders sharing "prophecies" on the future of Treaties and land. 3:30 An overview of the legislative Bills and their impact on Treaty & Indigenous peoples. Venue: TBA Speakers: TBA City: Prince Albert, Treaty 6 lands. *More information will be provided as we get closer to the date.  Please check the Facebook Page: This event is in support of Idle No More.  
  • Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 02:00 PM · 1 rsvp
    Indian Family Center in Winnipeg, MB, Canada

    Youth Led Grand Entry for All Nations planning events     This event is in the afternoon from 2pm till 4pm
  • Saturday, June 21, 2014 at 12:00 PM · 10 rsvps
    Alexandria Park on Second Street in Orangeville, ON, Canada

    Aboriginal Day In Orangeville

    We are using this day to do a teach in and offer a chance to bridge the racism and negative feelings to the Aboriginal community.  We are also setting up an Idle No More booth that needs to have some volunteers to rotate to answer questions about the current issues.  There are Elders going to be wondering around and sharing their stories as well.  This is being done in Dufferin County because Oshweken land went through here.  I am still looking for any crafters and artisans who would like to sell their products. This is a free event all is welcome
  • Friday, August 29, 2014 at 08:00 AM · 86 rsvps
    Homestake Mine in Lead, SD

    Digital Story Telling on the illegal theft of the Black Hills at the Homestake Gold Mine

    United Native Americans Demand Reparations and Accountability from the Hearst Corporation for CONTINUING VIOLATIONS OF THE FORT LARAMIE TREATIES OF 1851 & 1868 RALLY to DEMAND JUSTICE for the illegal theft of the Black Hills at the Homestake Gold Mine @ Homestake Gold Mine, 160 West Main Street, Lead, S.D. 57754 August 29th 2014 Digital Story Telling — 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. — Press Conference — 9:00 a.m. to 10 a.m. — SPONSORED BY UNITED NATIVE AMERICANS (U.N.A.) United Native Americans invites members of the press and community to join us, to both attend and participate in our upcoming rally to demand Justice for the the Lakota Nation. In the Spirit of Crazy Horse, U.N.A. is demanding the Hearst Corporation contribute to the struggling Lakota Sioux Nation whom they have stolen land and precious Natural resources from. Professor Lehman Brightman states that the Hearst Corporation “has never tried to make amends with the Lakota Sioux Nation.” The heir to the Hearst fortune, William Randoph Hearst III, has “not given one red cent to the Sioux Indians. They could easily afford to set up a scholarship program or improve dilapidated housing on Sioux Territory.” Nearly 97% of the Sioux Nation's population lives below Federal poverty levels. The United States Government and the Hearst Corporation can be prosecuted for violations of International Law. Art. VI of The United States Constitution states, “All treaties made, or which shall be made ... shall be the Supreme Law of the Land." U.N.A. believes it is time that punitive damages be paid to the Lakota Sioux Nation for direct violation of the Fort Laramie Treaties of 1851 & 1868. Reparations need to happen to heal the wounds that capitalism has inflicted upon the people the mainstream media indicates are the least important: indigenous communities, people of color, children, people in poverty, disabled people, elders, and mothers. Daily newspapers are the media through which we consume ideas about what to do and who to be, and tell stories to make us understand where we come from. These newspapers, like the Hearst-owned SF Examiner, tell us stories about what sort of ideal human we should all strive to be. The problem is, most media in wide circulation has been taken over by corporate interests, and ignores atrocities against folks who need their land back, like the Lakota people of the Black Hills, because indigenous people, we are told, are not the ideal humans we all want to be. "Very few people know about these facts," says Quanah Brightman, a Lakota/Sioux leader of the UNA . Manipulation of the media is a strategy that individualizes, like the Hearsts have used throughout history, and now indigenous people are turning the tables with their own people-led media at the Hearst Castle this weekend! Please join U.N.A for our educational and peaceful protest to Demand Justice for the Lakota Sioux Nation at the Homestake Gold Mine , 160 West Main Street, Lead, S.D. 57754 For more information find us on @ United Native Americans,Inc. Quanah Brightman-Executive Director of U.N.A. (510)672-7187
  • Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 12:00 PM · 24 rsvps

    memories of past and future...idle no more

    This is a virtual event to support our First Nations brothers & sisters in Canada through solidarity.i am montana..and theres gary...we are the hosts and we invite all native...non natives to join our page. you can add photos...jokes but mostly stuff about idle no keep our tribes aware of upcoming bill c45...and harper. join...and enjoy! What To Do: 1. Join the event... 2. Invite your friends... 3. Post on your status "Idle No More...Pass it on... "'Idle No More' is a direct response by Canada's First Nations to the Canadian government's recent changes of legislation to the Indian Act with the passage of Bill C-45. 'Idle No More' began with four women: Nina Wilson, Sheelah Mclean, Sylvia McAdam and Jessica Gordon. These women share a vision of uniting people to ensure the protection of Mother Earth, her lands, waters and people. To learn more about 'Idle No More' checkout or follow #idlenomore on twitter.