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Amos Bad Heart Bull, also known as Waŋblí Wapȟáha (Eagle Bonnet) (ca. 1868-1913), was a noted Oglala Lakota artist in what was called Ledger Art. It was a style that adapted traditional Native American pictography to the new European medium of paper, and named for the accountants' ledger books, available from traders, used by the artists for their drawings and paintings. He was also the tribal historian of the Oglala, as his father Bad Heart Bull (Tȟatȟáŋka Čhaŋtéšiča) was before him.
Welcome our newest featured member. Her name is Tria Robinson.She is from Chicago,IL.Tria is Seminole from Florida and of the bird clan.
Tria's favorite movies are,Smoke Signals,Titanic,Blind Side and Belle.Her hobbies are gardening, quitting,and leather work.
Tria is active in her community for the seniors and she is very proud of proud of her community.She loves to meet people and make friends. Her favorite music is smooth jazz,some country,classic rock,southern drums.
Please go to Tria's page and say hello and to congratulate her on being our newest featured member.
Congratulations Tria on being our featured member. many blessings peace love and happiness. Walk in beauty Tria.
* 9/3: Day gender discrimination was outlawed world-wide (1981); day to mourn all manifestations of sexism. also prohibit discrimination on account of gender.
* 9/6: Day Latin American Catholic Bishops espoused Liberation Theology (1968). They believed that the Gospel requires Christians to aid the poor and oppressed in the struggle for economic and social justice.
* 9/8 to 9/16: Navajo Sing--Festival in thanksgiving for the harvest. Estsanatlehi/Changing Woman is believed to represent life, and is manifested in the harvest.
* 9/15: International Day of Democracy--Day to celebrate democratic systems of government throughout the world, bound by rule of law, principles of human rights, and civilian control. Day to affirm democracy's compatibility with all peoples, all cultures, and all religions.
* 9/16: Mexican Independence Day--Day to celebrate the union of diverse peoples, languages, cultures, and religions into one nation. [Grito de la Independencia (Cry of Independence) a/k/a. Grito de Dolores (Cry of Dolores) a/k/a El Grito (the Cry) marked the beginning of Mexico's War of Independence from Spain, which was ultimately won on 9/27/1821. This pronouncement, asserting freedom from corrupt government and freedom of religion, was made on 9/16/1810 by Fr. Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla in the town of Dolores.] [Mexico includes 62 distinct indigenous peoples, in addition to those of Spanish descent and more recent immigrants, each with its own language, culture, and religion.]
* 9/21: International Day of Peace--Day to demonstrate for peace with justice throughout the world. [Peace can be realized where there is recognition of sovereignty/autonomy, compliance with just law, respectful behavior, responsible sharing of resources, cooperation to attain common goals, and reasonable compromise to enable all to meet lawful goals.]
* 9/22 to 9/23: Coya Rayni--Inca festival honoring Moon Goddess Quilla; focus is on purging sickness and evil.
* 9/24 to 9/27: Iroquois Squash Ceremony--in thanksgiving for the squash harvest. Iroquois rites also include the secret Little Water Ceremony for preserving the potency of medicine and Dark Dance for appeasing spirits.
* 9/26: Indigenous Peoples' Day--Day for honoring Native Americans and their life-affirming spiritual traditions. [a/k/a Native American Day, American Indian Day, First Nations Day] [Celebrated on 6/21 in Canada.]
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