Ceremony in Mendota for Wounded Knee on Dec 29th it will be 125 years since the Massacre.
Ceremony in Mendota for Wounded Knee it has been125 years since the Massacre. Tom Weaver called us to see if we could have a ceremony in Mendota for 125 years since Wounded Knee. On Dec29 at the DuPuis House or Sibley Historic Site 1357 Sibley Memorial Hwy MN 55150. Prayers at 12:00, Inipi at 2:00, potluck. Everyone is welcome! According to the origin stories of the Bdewakantunwan Dakota (one of the Seven Fires of the Dakota Oyate), the point where the rivers come together here, the Bdote, is the center of the earth. It is, we are taught by the Bdewakantunwan, where the Dakota people began.
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From: Healing Hearts at Wounded Knee <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, Dec 9, 2015 at 5:57 PM
Subject: Ceremony Registration
Name: Tom Weaver
Phone: 651 4524141
Website URL http://mendotadakota.com/mn/
Are you hosting or leading a ceremony? Yes
Can we post your Ceremony Location and Details on our Website? Yes
Attending in person at Wounded Knee? No
Street Address 1310 Sibley Memorial Hwy
State / Province / Region Minnesota
Postal / Zip Code 55150
Country United States
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Message to be shared during the Ceremony at Wounded Knee Please enter your reading or poem to be read at the Wounded Knee Ceremony here
Notes to Staff: According to the origin stories of the Bdewakantunwan Dakota (one of the Seven Fires of the Dakota Oyate), the point where the rivers come together here, the Bdote, is the center of the earth. It is, we are taught by the Bdewakantunwan, where the Dakota people began.
Dr Tom Weaver
Founder Wopida Group LLC
PO Box 582773
Minneapolis, MN 55458
We did get permission from the MNHS ( Thank You ) for Mendota to host our ceremony on Dec 29, at 12:00. We will have prayers around 12:00 and Inipi around 2pm, potluck. There will be many ceremonies across the world. Mendota is honored to be part of ceremony. Everyone is welcome to Mendota.
Sharon Lennartson Tribal Chairwoman
Chris Antiel Vice Chairman
Marlene Dixon Treasurer / Secretary
Perry Altendorfer Historian
Jim Anderson Cultural Advisor
John LeClaire Member at Large
Lon Navarre Member at Large