Alvin Andre Meyer
Alvin Andre Meyer

It is time to turn our attention to respecting and caring for our Mother Earth. Alvin

Christina Lee Countryman

we are all related, each individual bears personal responsibility for the behavior of the species. The hoop of life is nearly broken, we witness this age, we have a chance to mend it. Owe Aku

Shodo Spring
Shodo Spring

Owe Aku expresses everything that needs to be done for earth and people. Here is a place that I can belong - even as a wasichu.

Nicole Dawn Apperley
Nicole Dawn Apperley

Life is beautiful, injustice not.
We are no longer able to turn from the truth of our peoples - of our Earth- of the right to life and freedoms in a world diversified. Love to All Creation ~ We are One * Nicole D. Apperley

Brenda McGowan
Brenda McGowan

It is time to protect Mother Earth

Gaby Grossenbacher
Gaby Grossenbacher

Great Respect for Native American People.
Their Sacred Ground and their way of living will be destroyed.
Their Souls will be destroyed.
We can not let this happen ! This wonderful People soffered enough in the past and still do.
We were not able to get involved, 150 years ago, but we can get involved NOW.
The Prayers and the resistance movement from allover the World will give an importent support and Power to our Friends.

Tim Upham
Tim Upham

In the Pawnee language:

Keeci ahriirikataa'iiwaatiusuuku cahrikspakuhtu tiruksurilwaawikuuki rawa rihuksu atkuku raku'u. Rawa tiraturaa'iiwaatistarit cuski'it werikuciksuruuwaahac keeci ruraahe istu cuski'it tiratiiraciksuwitaksu.

The old people, those who were living before, they used to tell stories -- now it is to be only a listener. Now this story I'm going to tell, I've forgotten a little of it, but it's good again a little what I remember of it.

Jane Alexander
Jane Alexander

Respect Indian land!

Tim Upham
Tim Upham

In the Omaha-Ponca language:

Di' xe e' go"-biama'. He' gazhi t'a'-biama'. Ga' xtho" athai' te ha te' une '. Po" ka ama' di ahi'-biama'. Te' wa' thatai te Po" ka ama'. Ki the'-ma she 'to" di' xe i" cho" gini" ' te no" pe'hii te Umo" 'ho" ama'; uki' gthi'age e' go" mo" thi" 'i te.

Smallpox they were so, they say. Not a few they died, they say. Migrating they went, buffalo to hunt. Poncas at the they arrived, they say. Buffalo ate them Poncas the. And these that far smallpox now...

In the Omaha-Ponca language:

Di' xe e' go"-biama'. He' gazhi t'a'-biama'. Ga' xtho" athai' te ha te' une '. Po" ka ama' di ahi'-biama'. Te' wa' thatai te Po" ka ama'. Ki the'-ma she 'to" di' xe i" cho" gini" ' te no" pe'hii te Umo" 'ho" ama'; uki' gthi'age e' go" mo" thi" 'i te.

Smallpox they were so, they say. Not a few they died, they say. Migrating they went, buffalo to hunt. Poncas at the they arrived, they say. Buffalo ate them Poncas the. And these that far smallpox now recovered when were hungry. Omahas the indisposed somewhat they walked.

Yonah Grau
Yonah Grau

The life of all living plants, animals, humans, is dependent upon the earth, water, air. When I sign petitions for environment, I am signing to keep myhself, my children, grandchildren...and yours...alive.

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