A day in Charlotte USA

                                               A man sits in his car waiting to pick up his son. Every day, a man sits in his car, waiting to pick up     most of us do this, waiting for a son, a daughter, a granddaughter some days, he picks up his neighbor’s son, too.  She tells the …

WhoWhatWhy: our visit to the Sacred Stone encampment in North Dakota

Who.What.Why. EARTH SEPTEMBER 19, 2016 |ALAN GILBERT GRAVE MATTERS  IN PIPELINE CONTROVERSY Dakota Access Pipeline prayer walk led by Dennis Banks. Photo credit: With permission from Paula Bard  Alan Gilbert is a Distinguished Professor of International Studies at the University of Denver and Paula Bard is a fine-art photographer. They travelled to the Sacred Stone encampment in …

Ghost dance

Tatanka Iyotake drew portraits Battle of Greasy #NoDAPL grass Lake Oahe surrounds the deer tribe Standing hawk tribe skimstheblue Missouri like the sea horse Hunkpapa peninsula divides cutwing sacred water part of us the great sea seen in bluelight circled women sing sacred stones each morning grave mirrors buffalo dipper in the river drumming for …

4 Directions March to support Standing Rock Thursday at 6; tape of KGNU this morning on Standing Rock

      You can hear my talk about Standing Rock this morning at 8 on KGNU followed by another account by an indigenous activist of the heroism of the nonviolent protest Saturday and the depraved Bull Connor/George Wallace-like police dog violence against it.  Go to http://www.kgnu.org/shows.phpand then Wednesday, Morning Magazine 8 o’clock. **** Events Home / Standing In …

Maeve Conren will talk with me tomorrow morning – Wednesday, Sept. 7 – at 8am about my being at the Standing Rock protection last Saturday on Morning Edition, KGNU 88.5 fm

     I and my wife were at Standing Rock sacred land, sacred water encampment in North Dakota and were in the mass, nonviolent defense action Saturday against the DAP (Enbridge Corporation of Canada – former builder of Keystone).  Maeve Conren will talk with me about it on Morning Edition on KGNU 88.5 fm, 1390 …