24 HOURS OF NON-STOP DRUMS! Drums for Mother Earth is a worldwide event honoring Mother Earth with continuous drums from dawn on Earth Day April 22 to Dawn on April 23 Courthouse Square, Tahlequah, Oklahoma Indian Country.
More information on the official event page: www.facebook.com/events/2000689096811366
Benefit to send First Nation Youth & Elders to the Vatican to discuss the historical and intergenerational trauma
triggered by the Doctrine of Discovery.
Youth are members of the Indigenous Youth Ceremonial Mentoring Society,
a Guadalupe Alternative program in St. Paul, Minnesota coordinated by Mitch Walking Elk.
include Keith Secola and Joe Savage.
With Waubanewquay Dorene Day, Max Gail, Prudence Johnson, Tom LeBlanc, Larry Long, Mitch Walking Elk.
Support the cause.
$20 pre-paid at www.youthtothevatican.eventbrite.com or $25 at the door
Hosted by First Universalist Environmental & Racial Justice Teams and Veterans for Peace, Minneapolis Chapter 27.
SUNDAY, MARCH 18 2018
1pm…….. Refreshments & Silent Auction
2-4pm…… Concert, Introduction of First Nation Youth
First Universalist Church
3400 Dupont Ave. South
Minneapolis, Mn. 55408
Questions? Call 612-825-1701
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Honoring Our Ancestors
Please come and join us again this year to honor our ancestors.
When: Saturday February 3, 2018
Where: (Fort Snelling, below the Mendota Bridge). Map index: J-17. The park entrance is off Highway 5 at Post Road near the Minneapolis / St. Paul International Airport. Go over the bridge and down the hill into the park. Please print the flyer, this will be your permit to get into the park. With the flyer, you don’t need to stop by the building, just drive through. If you don’t have a flyer people will have them to pass out down in the park.
10:00am – We are honored to have Lon, John, Joseph, Tommy, Lawrence, and others light the sacred fire.
11:00am – Ceremony,
Then a Feast at the DuPuis House
Please bring a dish to share to the DuPuis House in Mendota. Also known as the Sibley House Historic Site
1357 Sibley Memorial Hwy
Mendota, MN 55150
If you need more information, please call the Mendota Center 651-452-4141. Ask for one of the tribal members.
Sponsored by the Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Tribal Community
This is our 20th year of honoring our ancestors.
We need coffee, creamer, sugar, doughnuts , wood, grandfathers if you can help call the tribal office 651-452-4141.
Known to Dakota people as Oȟéyawahe, “the hill much visited,”, Pilot Knob is a place of distinctive historical, cultural, and environmental importance, a sacred site, a landmark of Minnesota’s beginnings.
The Pilot Knob Preservation Association, advocates for this distinctive hill, documents its long history, raises public awareness of its importance, and helps to preserve it for present and future generations.
You can view their latest posts and learn how you can help by visiting www.pilotknobpreservation.org
The Doctrine of Discovery
Open to the public and free admission, everyone is invited
Documentary to be shown on May 3rd at 7PM at the DuPuis House on Mendota, MN 1357 Sibley Memorial Hwy.
There will also be a discussion about the Sacred Red Rock that the Methodist Church will give back to the Dakota People.
Questions after the Doctrine.