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Indian and Alaska Native College Students,
Walking Shield is proud to announce $85,000.00 in scholarships for
eligible American Indian and Alaska Native high school students
in Southern California.
press release is attached.
Jose "Jojo" Leon
Walking Shield, Inc.
(949) 639 0472
Serving American Indian Families since 1986
Ne'ayuh is proud to announce:
Haramokngna American Indian
funded, in part, by a grant from the Liberty Hill Foundation.
The Friends of the Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center
A project of Community Partners
open to the public
Angeles Crest Highway and Mt.
Wilson Rd. in the Angeles National Forest
14 mi north of the 210 freeway at La Cañada
For info call 626-449-8975, 310-455-1588
Contact Nadiya Littlewarrior (email@example.com)for
information on helping out.
Thank you so much!
National Park Service
Santa Monica Mountains
National Recreation Area
Invite you to
Native American Indian Culture Center
"The Horse Mask"
I was hoping you
would be willing to send out to your email list this notice of my
in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian
Below are two links, one to an article I wrote some time ago, and
a review of my book by Richard Marcus...Links below...
Thanks very much,
Sycuan Band of the
5478 Sycuan Rd. #10
El Cajon, CA 92019
MORNING STAR INSTITUTE
Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20003
Descendants of Sitting Bull, Crazy
Horse break away from US
Protect Native American Lands
The US Bureau of Land Management is
currently reviewing a
proposal to expand the Cortez Hills
Project. If approved, it
would be one of the country's largest
gold mines. The project
would disturb over 6,500 acres of public
land-all of which are
considered traditional lands by the
Western Shoshone. We
urgently need your help to convince the
US government to deny
The entire area lies within Western
Shoshone boundaries of the
1863 Treaty of Ruby Valley, which
recognized Shoshone rights to
this land. The area includes Mount Tenabo,
significant spiritual and cultural area
to the Western Shoshone.
Many Shoshone have long expressed deep
concerns and outright
opposition to any further exploration on
their lands, without
their free, prior, and informed consent.
The US Bureau of Land
Management is currently taking comments
on this proposal until
Dec. 4. We are calling on our supporters
to join with us in
signing the petition urging the bureau to
reject this proposal.
Please sign the petition today!
Thank you for standing with Oxfam and the
Western Shoshone. Please see below...