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Wellbriety Movement

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Phone: 719–548–1000 [office], 877–871–1495 [office]
Email: info@whitebison.org
Website: http://www.whitebison.org/
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Native American Groups Sue to Stop Solar Projects

February 27, 2011

Author: Noaki Schwartz

Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Wire Service: AP

http://www.ajc.com/news/nation-world/native-american-groups-sue-855204.html

Native Americans are clashing with the federal government over plans to fast-track approval and construction of massive solar energy projects that the Indians fear will harm sacred and culturally significant sites in Western deserts.

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United Methodist Church Donates to Sand Creek Massacre Learning Center

February 22, 2011

Author: Staff Writer

Source: Indian Country Today Media Network

http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2011/02/united-methodist-church-donates-to-sand-creek-massacre-learning-center/

To recognize how the United Methodist Church (UMC) played a role in the Sand Creek Massacre, it has donated $50,000 to the National Park Service for the development of the Sand Creek Massacre...

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Regional Indian Culture Celebrated In New Photo Exhibit

February 4, 2011

Author: T.D. Mobley-Martinez

Source: The Gazette

http://www.gazette.com/entertainment/lens-112364-new-exhibit.html

Through a certain lens, the history of Indians in this country and the Pikes Peak Region can be seen as a dark and violent one.

 

The Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance uses a slightly different lens with its new exhibition, “When the Land Was Sacred: Our Living Heritage” at East...

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Third Annual Powwow By Western Oregon Tribes Celebrates Culture, Creates New Friendships

January 29, 2011

Author: Matt Buxton

Source: The Oregonian

http://www.oregonlive.com/news/index.ssf/2011/01/third_annual_powwow_by_western.html

Amid the thunderous beats of Native American drum groups, Thundering Water's drum wasn't the loudest. And with only 11 members, the group wasn't the largest, either. But when dancers stepped to the beat of its songs, member Brittney Malone, 15, knew the three-hour drive from Myrtle Creek was...

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Weaving Native American History Into the Education Curriculum

January 5, 2011

Author: Staff Writer

Source: The Daily Astorian

http://www.dailyastorian.com/news/oregon/article_c1236b08-1902-11e0-a703-001cc4c03286.html

You can almost hear the splash of paddles hitting the water, an eagle call overhead and the crash of whales breaching as Jamie Valadez tells her high school students about paddling through the inland waters of the Puget Sound, reliving the tribal journeys of ages past....

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