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NATIVE AMERICAN ELDERS GATHERING: Heart Unity Power
July 28-30, 2017 N/A
NATIVE AMERICAN ELDERS GATHERING
Theme: Heart Unity Power
July 28-30, 2017
The Native American Elders Gathering offers Deep Wisdom -
Native Wisdom, Tibetan Wisdom, Astrophysics, Sustainable Energy.ALL ARE WELCOME.FAMILY FRIENDLY.AVAILABLE BY DONATION.
Ven. Dhyani Ywahoo with support of Sunray Meditation Society Ministers & volunteers are pleased to host this Gathering for Elders and community.
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The World We Want - Hiroshima & Nagasaki - Never Again!
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GREENFIELD VIGIL TO STAND WITH CHARLOTTESVILLE
August 19, 2017 –
Saturday, August 19, the 9 a.m. Vigil for Racial Justice, which is held each week on the Greenfield Common, will offer an opportunity to react to recent events in Charlottesville VA and to commit/recommit social change and justice.
According to Gloria Matlock, one of the vigil organizers, “We support the people who were killed in Charlottesville. That young women and those policemen who were killed, they were white. Our country’s racism and hatred are affecting all of us, and we all need to be part of the solution. Just showing up and taking a stand makes a difference.”
Everyone is welcome at the vigil, which is organized by Racial Justice Rising and the Visioning B.E.A.R. Intertribal Coalition.
For more information see www.racialjusticerising.org
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Coming War on China
August 23, 2017 –
"Coming War on China" John Pilger film, 6:30--8:30pm Forbes Library, Northampton
Wednesday, August 23, 2017, Resistance films of Northampton Committee to Stop the Wars
The Coming War on China" is John Pilger's 60th film for ITV. Pilger reveals what the news doesn't - that the world's greatest military power, the United States, and the world's second economic power, China, both nuclear-armed, are on the road to war. Pilger's film is a warning and an inspiring story of resistance.Using some remarkable archive footage, the film touches on the American cult of ‘exceptionalism’ that influences America’s view of humanity and ignites its wars. Since 9/11, the US has spent $5 trillion on aggressive wars, according to a study by Brown University. The current flight of 12 million refugees from at least four countries is one consequence.
Speaker Jeff Napolitano of the American Friends Service Committee Western MA will kick off the post-film discussion with little-known information about the widespread US bases in Asia that threaten the Chinese.
Trailer for this film:
Free (donations accepted), accessible.
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Peaceful Vigil in support of Native Sacred Site Access Rights
August 28, 2017
Join Our Peaceful Vigil
in support of Native Sacred Site Access Rights
guaranteed by International Law
Shutesbury Town Green ~ 1 Cooleyville Rd.
Monday, Monday, Aug. 28th, 6 PM
The Shutesbury Planning Board has given a Special Permit to Lake Street Development to demolish a suspected Native American Burial Mound and many Sacred Prayer Stones within the Town Limits of Shutesbury on D. W. Cowls' property. This land lies within the 16-mile Historic District officially designated in 2008 and therefore cannot be developed, a fact that the Planning Board has chosen to deny. Furthermore, to cover-up and prevent the recognition of such Tribal Cultural Properties, (TCB’s) Lake Street Development has refused to allow a Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO) or Deputy THPO to examine this sacred land, the first Condition of the Planning Board’s Special Permit.
Lake Street Development(Chicago) wants to profit from destroying up to thirty-two acres of pristine forest containing wetlands, worsening climate and biodiversity. Join us for beautiful music, chants and drumming! Then attend the Planning Board Meeting where you will be privileged to hear a reading of three (7-7-17) letters by Tribal Historic Preservation Officer of the Wampanoag-Aquinnah, Bettina Washington. Contact: email@example.com (Copyright of all images 2017 - Oso:ah Foundation)
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