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For More Info or to Buy Now: www.hsn.com 2005-2010 SP Rarest Native American DollarsA beautifully understated satin finish makes these coins elegant and unusual. Receive all 12 dollars commemorating the contributions of Native Americans... Prices shown on the previously recorded video may not represent the current price. View hsn.com to view the current selling price. HSN Item #966424
Join Joanne Shenandoah for a live online chat on Sunday, June 6th at 6:55PM PT 9:55PM ET. at www.linktv.org In this episode of Global Spirit, host Phil Cousineau explores the transcendent qualities of spiritual and sacred music with guests Rev. Alan Jones and Grammy-award-winning singer and member of the Native American Onondaga tribe Joanne Shenandoah. Experience the power of liturgical musical performances in Latin from Grace Cathedral in San Francisco (where the Rev. Jones serves as Dean) and witness powerful, live studio performances by Joanne Shenandoah and her daughter. This episode also includes a hauntingly moving, seven-minute sequence from Peter Brook's film, Meetings with Remarkable Men, in which the young mystic Gurdjieff learns the power of sacred sound as it resonates from the Afghan mountaintops.
Two beautiful Models Jamie Everett and Taj Passion...Jamie Everett appears as one of the cast members and contestants in the VH1 competitive reality television series America's Most Smartest Model and also appeared as a Model on the television game show "Deal or No Deal", she Models for "BETus" and "FHM"...The Beautiful Model Taj Passion. Song by Usher Ft. Alicia Keys - My Boo. My Apologies to my Natives if this Video offends you, we should be able to do anything we want as long as its not too crazy, but I think some of the Navajo disowned Taj for her kind of Work, LOL. Stupid and ignorant comments will be removed.
There are more than 7000 languages currently spoken in the world but many aren't recorded and don't have a written form. Unesco warns that by the end of this century, more than half of these are likely to disappear. One of those dying languages is Wichita - a native American tongue. Doris McLemore, 83, is the last fluent speaker of Wichita. Al-Jazeera's Rob Reynolds travelled to Taah-leqwah in Oklahoma to meet her. [14 May 2010]
Feb. 12, 2010 - Thank you everyone. The initial crisis is over! Electricity is back on in Eagle Butte and surrounding communities. I'd like to thank those who have helped spread the word, no one would have known without you! For "blsnet" who doesn't understand why this was declared a disaster area: This kind of situation has never-ever happened before on the reservation, even the elders were in shock. The power has gone out before, yes. However 2000 utility poles have never dropped like dominos, forcing 14000 modern residents to huddle for warmth around a gas stove for two weeks while polar winds whistled through the walls. Families and pets are still dealing with the after effects of carbon monoxide poisoning from the gas. And ice storms in particular "never" happen! Winter weather in this area is usually cold and dry, so dry that the snow blows and creates drifts, that's about it. Historically, Native Americans living on the plains were nomads, following the animal herds (their food source) they moved south for the winter. This area in the north was their summer stomping grounds, winter was never a problem until boundaries were set and reservations were established. Check your local libraries or wikipedia for more history. I know other communities across the states are also having a tough time, this winter has been hard on all Americans. I've even heard there was a blizzard in Texas! I just want to let everyone know how much we all have appreciated your help! As far as ...
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...Elizabeth Towle chairs the Native Vote Alliance of Minnesota, one of the forum organizers. Towle said over the past decade, Native Americans have become more engaged in the election process. "Honestly, we were kind of scared about the turnout....
MPR | Minnesota Public Radio
1st Native American bishop laid to rest
...& Visitors Bureau invites travelers to the Scottsdale Civic Center Mall in downtown to experience the series of free Native American festivals taking place most Thursdays and Saturdays from Jan. 21 – April 10, 2010. "Native Trails allows us to share our art...
...to do that over the phone, and she was an elder woman in her 90s and she barely spoke English." There are over 500 different Native American tribes in the United States, but Mashonee, a Lumbee-Tuscarora, says often the elders are the only keepers of the languages....
The US government has agreed to pay more than $3bn to settle a long-standing lawsuit over the management of native American land. If cleared by congress and a federal judge, it would be the largest such claim ever approved, creating an important step for reconciliation. Kimberly Halkett reports.
Though Native American participation in the U.S. Civil War is largely unknown, CSU professors and researchers said, tribes throughout the country had a significant impact on the war's outcome.
This idea was communicated to a crowd of about 35
The Rocky Mountain Collegian
This Sunday, the Oakland Raiders of the National Football League will honor Native American Heritage Month at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
Native American Heritage Month recognizes the significant contributions the first Americans made to the
Centuries of mistreatment at the hands of Washington have left most native Americans living on isolated reservations. According to the latest government figures, there are nearly three million native Americans living in the US. The vast majority live west of the Mississippi River. The Sioux nation in the state of South Dakota is America's fourth largest tribe. And now they're fighting to take back land which they say the US stole from them more than a century ago. Tom Ackerman has more from the Black Hills in the US state of South Dakota.
if you like this video, please take a moment to Rate, Share, or Favorite. That's how truth spreads :) ....... #25 Top Favorited, US News&Politics, August'09
Administrators took one step toward addressing the campus' least represented minority group Saturday, courting 41 visiting Native American high-schoolers to enroll at the university.
Thirty-one Native Americans made the trek from New Mexico to College
SUSIE GHARIB: The PBS prime-time program "American
Experience" continues its look at U.S history from the Native American
perspective. As part of "We Shall Remain," NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT is
profiling Native American entrepreneurs. Tonight, we look at
Nightly Business Report | PBS
...only give you a wonderful collection, but it will also allow you to learn and gain more knowledge and information about the Native American culture. Pottery has been around for thousands of years, and it had been part of the lives of Native Americans every...
...be turned away. What: Rene Haynes, Hollywood's go-to guru for casting Native American actors, is looking for fresh talent. Native American males age 15-20 and Native American females age 18-20 are invited to audition for her. Actors who do not fit this description...
East Valley Tribune
Portraits of Native Americans.
#1 - Top Rated (This Week) - Music - Ireland Wonderful song, great beat to this lovely song.
In front of the Capitol Building Washington D.C. on July 2008: Nowa Cuming (Dennis Banks) Longestwalk.org Co-Founder of the American Indian Movement (AIM)
In front of the Capitol Building Washington DC on July 2008: Nowa Cuming (Dennis Banks) Longestwalk.org Co-Founder of the American Indian Movement (AIM)
UAINE--United American Indians of New England, speak out on Thanksgiving Day 2008 in plymouth, Massachusetts. Speaking out against the Pilgrims and their legacy of oppression of Native people.
The Chief Illiniwek controversy has gained momentum after the Nov. 15 Assembly Hall event featuring a performance of the retired University symbol. Now, some students are questioning what both sides have to say in the ongoing issue.
On Monday night,
Members of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community explain how neither the state nor the mining company has acknowledged their rights to lands targeted by an international mining giant. http://online.nwf.org/sulfide_mining
Native American students have distinct early education needs that are too often overlooked. Many American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children live in economically depressed neighborhoods of the country. Recent census data shows that nearly one in
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Native American view on Thanksgiving.
"I knew it was coming," Walker said. "Just because of that old stereotype about the drunken Native American. People are going to put that together, even if the story didn't mention he was Native. It's definitely not a reflection on Indian country. He
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the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, California; the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians, Oregon; the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, South Dakota; the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, North and
More than a week after Hurricane Gustav spared the city of New Orleans, some gulf coast communities are still dealing with the storm's destruction. One Native American community has received no government assistance despite being devastated by Gustav. Aljazeera's Mike Kirsch reports.
Sundancer; by Leonard Peltier together with Oliver Shanti Family & Friends. Lyrics by Leonard Peltier. Leonard Peltier also known as Tate Wikuwa is a human rights and ecological activist, member of the American Indian Movement. In a trial, which was called a disgrace for the American legal system by the former general attorney Ramsey Clark, he was falsely accused of murdering two FBI agents and sentenced to two terms of life imprisonment in 1976. Leonard Peltier is innocent! But the government wanted to brand him as a criminal and through him the Native American civil rights organisation AIM. Their 'crime'; to protest against the ongoing land-robbery and constant human rights violations committed by the US-government, the FBI and the mining-companies in the reservations of South-Dakota. At that time those companies tried by all means to lay their hands on the mineral resources (mainly uranium) of the Native American Territory. As a consequence of the uranium mining activities the drinking water was poisoned and the death rate among the Native Americans rose dramatically. Leonard Peltier, a Lakota-Ojibway native American, is a symbol for the justified struggle of his people and it's suffering. The vision of this man, unbroken to this day, is justice, a considerate relation towards Mother Earth and a peaceful co-existence of 'the white man and the red man' through a revival of Native American culture and traditions. This song carries his message into the world and hopefully help Leonard Peltier to finally obtain the right to spend the remainder of his life in freedom, instead of suffering the unspeakable injustice, he has endured until now up to the year 2041! Under US law he can be freed only by presendential pardon. Countless people have already stood up for his release, amongst them well known personalities as Mother Theresa, H.H. Dalai Lama, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Robert Redford, Harry Belafonte, Richard v. Weizsäcker, Rev. Jesse Jackson and many others. For more information on Leonard Peltier's case; www.freepeltier.org
WATCH IN HIGH QUALITY This video is dedicated to all North American tribes people. It is my interpretation of Native American quotes, proverbs, and prayer. The song, "Crow and Weasel", was composed by Nancy Rumble. The contributing artists to the song are Eric Tingstad and Nancy Rumble. Thank you to all the people who have allowed me to use these photos and music in the making of this video. No profit has been made from the production of this video or its existence. All photo and music ...
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HANWI, the moon, trance, chant, Red Sky Beat, Blue Chip Orhastra. Members are from Austria.
Thousands of Native American youth in the United States and Canada are expected to have the opportunity to respond to Jesus this summer during the Summer of Hope 2008 tour.
Native youth touring among tribes have been invited to testify amidst
The Christian Post
We examine a Lakota tribal effort to withdraw their ancestral lands from the United States. The leader of the "Republic of Lakotah", the controversial actor and activist Russell Means, joins us to discuss his plans for establishing an independent, matriarchal and independent nation within the US.
We are a group dedicated to education of the voter. This video is about the poverty, other issues concerning Native Americans and global poverty
This week Inside USA travels across America to speak to the Lakota Sioux, the Western Shoshone, and the Navajo. The Native American voting block in swing states like Arizona and New Mexico can be crucial. But what happens when Native Americans want to opt out of the US altogether? Inside USA investigates.
Native Americans - Music: Pan Flute by renown Romanian Gheorghe Zamfir; Pan Flute Love & Peace
Some of the best golfers few have heard of will tee it up in the area this week.
For the third straight year, the First Nations Golf Association will conduct the Oneida Warriors Championship, a 54-hole professional golf tournament at Crystal Springs in
Green Bay Press-Gazette
This video is my second video I have posted on YouTube, it is about the past history of my people and our hardships. Please, I understand this might have some evoked racial appearances, but it is because of our previous history with European based backgrounds. I will not tolerate discrimination, so if you would keep your racial comments to yourself if you have any. Thank You, any questions or concerns E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Québec - Natives American Scene from the Movie Black Robe The movie is a Co-Production between Québec and Australia it was film in English. The Film is based on the Novel Written by Irish author Brian Moore " Black Robe". Black Robe received praise for being a magnificently staged combination of top talents delivering a gripping and tragic story and has been rated one of the most meticulously researched representations of Native American life ever put on film. Notably, the film includes authentic dialog in the Cree, Mohawk, Algonquin, and Latin languages.
In the race to become the Democratic presidential nominee, there are just two primary elections left on Tuesday, Montana and South Dakota. In both states, large numbers of Native American voters view Barack Obama as potentially the first leader of colour to change the white face of the country's government. Many American Indians still loathe the government after their ancestors were forced from their land on to reservations. Al Jazeera's Mike Kirsch reports from the Fort Peck Indian ...
Native Americans & Pictures Howard Terpning panflute music zamfir
Voices of the Wind by Ah-Nee-Maa, Spirit of the Southwest. Native American
Evren Ozan retrospective from age six to fifteen; 5.5 minutes of music, film and photography featuring the award-winning recording artist and performer, Evren Ozan. Released by OzanMusic. Please visit www.ozanmusic.com
Heartpounding Chirpaq by Reencuentros from Indian's Vision CD The words of this song is in Quechua which is an ancient language spoken by the Incas and Peruvians of South America. Untranslated lyrics: Kayna punchau turonero Sapallaypi waqaskani Mana pipas q'awarillaskan Waqallarkani sapay Llakillarkani sapay Q'uyay mamayta Yuyarillaspa Maypillaraq sunquchallay Maypiñaraq ñawiruruy Maytaq cuna Waqaysiwanchu Waqaysiwanchu ñawiy Llakisiwanchu sunquy Tayta mamayta Yuyarillaqtiy Translated in English as best as possible. Yesterday I was crying as nobody saw me I cried lonely and I felt pain when I was remembering my poor mother Where is my heart? where are my eyes? They are already sad with me Don't cry with me my eyes cry my heart suffers when I'm remembering my parents