For the first two weeks I was at Glen Cove protecting an ancient burial site from being turned into a park. I had to come back to see a liver specialist. He told me that I have cirrhosis of the liver and possibly could have liver cancer but he isn't sure and I hope that he is wrong but I have to go take some tests now. I am planning on going back up to Glen Cove soon. Please keep the warriors protecting this site in your prayers. Here is a link where you can get daily updates on what is going… Continue
Added by Bear Warrior on April 30, 2011 at 4:22pm —
My Pledge of Allegiance
I pledge allegiance to Creator and to the path Creator has put me on. I pledge allegiance to my family, to my ancestors who walked before me and to my future generations who will walk after me. I pledge to walk the way of the warrior, to protect those who need protection, to guide those who need guidance, and to help those who need my help. I pledge to be a man of honor and integrity and to do my part in making this world a better place to live. Aho.
Added by Bear Warrior on April 13, 2011 at 6:49pm —
By Wilhelm Murg April 4, 2011
Robbie Robertson was born in 1943, which meant he was learning to play guitar when the rock-and-roll revolution changed popular music forever. It certainly changed Robertson’s life; as a teenager he played in a few different bands, gigging around his home town of Toronto, and by 1960 he was on the road as the full-time lead guitarist in Ronnie Hawkins’ backing band The Hawks. By 1964, the Hawks split off to do their own thing; in September 1965 they were… Continue
Added by LadyHawkღ on April 5, 2011 at 7:54am —
War in Libya
March 30, 2011
The American Indian Movement supports the statement A-APRP Statement from the All African Peoples Revolutionary Party (GC) in regard to Libya, and the foundation that leaders, Kwame Ture of the A-APRP, and Vernon Bellecourt of the American Indian Movement solidified in regard to supporting actions against Africa, which includes Libya.
Delegates of the American Indian Movement, and the International Indian Treaty Council visited Libya… Continue
Added by Bear Warrior on April 4, 2011 at 3:03pm —
TRAIL OF BROKEN TREATIES
20-POINT POSITION PAPER
We want to have a new RELATIONSHIP with you...an HONEST one!
OUR 20 POINT PROPOSAL
October 1972, Minneapolis, Minnesota
"TRAIL OF BROKEN TREATIES": FOR RENEWAL OF CONTRACTS-
RECONSTRUCTION OF INDIAN COMMUNITIES & SECURING AN INDIAN FUTURE IN AMERICA!
RESTORATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL TREATY-MAKING AUTHORITY:
The U.S. President should propose by executive message, and the Congress… Continue
Added by Bear Warrior on April 4, 2011 at 3:00pm —
A Brief History of the American Indian Movement
by Laura Waterman Wittstock and Elaine J. Salinas
In the 30 years of its formal history, the American Indian Movement (AIM) has given witness to a great many changes. We say formal history, because the movement existed for 500 years without a name. The leaders and members of today's AIM never fail to remember all of those who have traveled on before, having given their talent and their lives for the survival of the… Continue
Added by Bear Warrior on April 4, 2011 at 2:57pm —
I received this yesterday in my e-mail...pretty sad...looks like they moved from Nigera to Japan. Just wanted to pass on this age old scam to you! Alls I can do is shake my head and wonder if people really do fall for this.
My name is Madam. YU Sheng, I am a dying woman who has decided to donate what I have to charity Organization through you. You may be wondering why I choose you.
But someone has to be chosen. I am 54… Continue
Added by LadyHawkღ on April 1, 2011 at 4:21pm —
By ICTMN Staff March 29, 2011
New archaeological research reveals members of the Central Valley Indian tribes treated their dogs like close companions and were even buried with their four-legged friends, “curled up side by side,” reported The Sacramento Bee.
Indian dogs were guardians, defending the village from intruders and chasing down food for hunters. According to Paul Langenwalter, a professor of archaeology and anthropology at Biola University in La Mirada, they were also… Continue
Added by LadyHawkღ on March 29, 2011 at 10:58am —
Home Remedies Around the World
Chicken Soup for Cold Symptoms
Chicken soup may be good for the soul, but some people swear that it’s also good for the body. Many Americans reach for a steaming bowl of chicken soup whenever they’ve got a cold, while the equivalent… Continue
Added by ERIC SHARP on March 10, 2011 at 9:01am —
Home remedies seven good remedies it is a flue season with ailments
1# Olives for Motion Sickness
Nobody is naysaying the wonders of modern medicine—what would we do without a medication like penicillin to treat infections? But, as it turns out, everyday items have secret curing powers, too. Already popped two aspirin but can’t get rid of the headache? A pencil could do the trick. Below, get medical explanations behind a few bizarre—albeit brilliant—MacGyver-esque home… Continue
Added by ERIC SHARP on March 10, 2011 at 8:37am —
"If I had a heart attack at 92, I'd still mask. In New Orleans, you don't need a reason to do what you do, you do it because that's the way it is!" - Larry Bannock, President, New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian Council
When we first talked to Larry Bannock about the traditions of the Mardi Gras Indians, we didn't realize how fascinating it would be. We would like to thank Larry for opening up his world and his home to us as he shares this long-held but little-known Mardi Gras and St.… Continue
Added by LadyHawkღ on March 4, 2011 at 1:32pm —
Just the name Mardi Gras conjures up images of drunken, bead-wearing revelers dancing through the streets of New Orleans. But how, and when, did this huge mid-winter party get started? Here's a look at the history of Mardi Gras throughout the ages and across the nations.
Historians tell us that the ancient Romans probably kicked off the Mardi Gras celebrations. Their mid-February festival known as Lupercalia honored the god Lupercus, alternately known as the god of fertility and the god of… Continue
Added by LadyHawkღ on March 4, 2011 at 1:00pm —
The Thunderbird Clan is sometimes called The Hawk Clan. The element is Fire. The Medicine of Hawk is Messenger.
Thunderbird/Hawk Clan people are doers. They are often leaders and they are usually in the spotlight expressing all their feelings. They will be invigorated by lightening and thunder and will like the air best just before and just after a storm. Thunderbird/Hawk people have a responsibility to all of the aspects of their Element sun, fire, and lightening. It is important for them… Continue
Added by LadyHawkღ on March 1, 2011 at 10:43am —
Well, that explains the average life of the Maya Indians.
Added by ERIC SHARP on February 24, 2011 at 11:43am —
OSIYO TO ALL BROTHERS & SISTERS MY FAMILY. WE WENT TO THE FUNERAL HOME LAST NIGHT AND IT WAS A VERY BAD TIME FOR ALL THE FAMILY. JIMMY HAD BEEN OUT JUST ABOUT TO LONG AND HIS BODY WAS ALREADY TURNING BLACK. THEY HAD ALOT OF MAKEUP ON HIM BUT YOU COULD TELL THAT HE HAD BEEN OUT TO LONG. IF IT WOULD HAVE BEEN A DAY OR TWO LONGER THEY WOULD HAVE NOT OPEN HIM UP. BUT WE TALK WITH HIS MOM LAST NIGHT AND YESTERDAY ABOUT 3:30PM THE VA LET THEM KNOW THAT HE WILL BE BUIRED AT THE VA NATIONAL… Continue
Added by WILLA NYOKA (ADMIN) on February 19, 2011 at 9:48pm —
I WISH TO FIRST OF ALL TO THANK EACH AND EVERYONE OF BROTHERS AND SISTERS FOR YOUR PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS THROUGH THIS DIFFICULT TIME WITH THIS. YOU ARE ALL SO VERY MUCH APPRECIATED. YOU HAVE BEEN SUCH A BLESSING IN MY LIFE AND YOU ARE FAMILY TO ME AND IT IS AN HONOR TO BE A PART OF THIS SITE AND TO BE AR PART OF THIS FAMILY. WE ARE ONE AND WE ARE ALL UNITED.
WE GOT NEWS FROM MY HUSBANDS SISTER WEDNESDAY THAT THEY STILL HAVE NOT HEARD FROM THE VA ABOUT IF JIMMY WILL BE BURIED UP THERE OR… Continue
Added by WILLA NYOKA (ADMIN) on February 17, 2011 at 1:02am —
Because the Great Mystery Power had given Coyote much of his medicine,
Coyote himself grew very powerful and conceited.
There was nothing, he believed, that he couldn't do.
He even thought he was more powerful than the Great Mystery,
for Coyote was sometimes wise but also a fool.
One day long ago, it came into his mind to dance with a… Continue
Added by ERIC SHARP on February 8, 2011 at 10:26pm —
Long ago, long...long ago, when the earth was very new, the Creator made all things, and all things were good. He made the sun, the moon, and the stars in the heavens. And, He made the length of day...twelve hours of daylight - twelve hours of darkness...twelve hours of daylight - twelve hours of darkness. And that was good...until… Continue
Added by ERIC SHARP on February 8, 2011 at 9:55pm —
Giant Panda bears do not hibernate during the winter.
- The mother panda only has one baby every two years.
- Panda bears can spend up to 16 hours eating.
- Pandas can live for about 20 years in the wild.
- Pandas are pink when they are born.
- Pandas are good at climbing trees. They can also swim.
- The… Continue
Added by ERIC SHARP on February 8, 2011 at 9:35pm —
Black bird, red wing
by Nickole Brown
So this is where the last year
of the Mayan calendar begins—
5,000 birds falling on Beebe,
Arkansas, a state that could smooth
out with the sway of the plains
but instead sputters the silence
of the first syllable like a pothole
that hits before you're off the
on ramp—say it—
ending with that blade
of rusted teeth to chew
through the last of what's left
Added by ERIC SHARP on February 7, 2011 at 7:22pm —