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Rights of Mother Earth Conference, April, 2012
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April 4-6, 2012, the Indigenous Environmental Network hIEN Poster for Conferenceosted a profound 3 day Rights of Mother Earth Conference at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas. This is one selection of a presentation from the conference. More conference coverage is available on the IENearth YouTube Channel.

This video addresses closing remarks of conference:
Domination of and the destruction of the values of the land can be seen when our Indigenous Knowledge is ignored or not shared by all. If people are given a choice based on the reality of what happens to our world when we disregard for the systems that sustain us and what would be if we return to the ancient knowledge that sustained the people of this hemisphere for thousands of years.

 

 

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SAM Portfolio: Conference Attendee: Navajo Tony Skrelunas: Interview
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Sustainability Action Media (SAM) at Bioneers 2011 where Tony Skrelunas was interviewed and videotaped by Barry Heidt of SAM "in-situ" during the conference in the open space surrounding the main theater in San Rafael, California.  Tony is positioned as a sustainability thought leader in the EarthSayers.tv, special collection, Bioneers 2011 and a second excerpt from this interview is posted to the special collection, Transforming Our Economy.

Title: Intimacy with the Land by Tony Skrelunas at Bioneers 2011

At Big Mountain in Navajo Land, Tony Skrelunas was raised by his great grandparents in a very traditional way with lots of ceremony, family, elders, and tiger earth; a common way to raise children 50, 100 years ago.

 

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Rights of Mother Earth and Tar Sands by Clayton Thomas-Muller
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Rights of Mother Earth International Indigenous Conference speech of Canadian, Clayton Thomas-Muller talks about Tar Sands and what it means to his people of this "science fiction nightmare."

Clayton Thomas-Muller, of the Mathais Colomb Cree Nation (Pukatawagan) in Northern Manitoba, Canada, is an activist for indigenous self-determination and environmental justice.

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Legislating Rights of Mother Earth by Patricia Gualinga Motalvo
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Rights of Mother Earth International Indigenous Conference -Ecuadorian Process Defending Indigenous Territories With Rights of Mother Earth: Patricia Gualinga Montalvo, Spiritual Indigenous Leader, Sarayaku, Ecuador.

 

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No Unity by Tata Erick Gonzalez
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The following video is Tata Erick Gonzalez' participation at a council held in the ceremonial site of Iximche. The council was part of a sacred pilgrimage to the ancient capital of the Cakchiquel on December 4th 2010.

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