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How to Use a Native American Medicine Wheel
Society & Culture  (tags: Indians, nativeamericans, Ameican Indians, Medicene Wheel, Spirituality, Religion, americans, culture, society, education, interesting, humans, freedoms )

Kat
- 1962 days ago - helium.com
Native Americans viewed the human journey through life as a series of cycles and circles, interwoven and connected to all living things inhabiting the Earth, the sky and the spiritual realm.
Lawsuit Filed Against Sioux Falls Catholic Lawsuit Alleges Abuse
Society & Culture  (tags: Sioux Indians, Indians, Native Americans, American Indians, Catholic Church, americans, abuse, children, culture, society, ethics, freedoms, interesting, humans, religion, safety, violence, rights, news, crime, education )

Kat
- 1951 days ago - ksfy.com
14 lawsuits were filed today against the Sioux Falls Catholic Diocese, priests and nuns. The suits accuse them of abusing Native American kids at the Marty Indian School. Lawyers say some of the alleged incidents happened as long as 50 years ago...
The Unwarranted Intrusion of Faith Into Politics
Society & Culture  (tags: politics, religion, Christianity, separation of church and state, fundamentalism, Jesus, political cammpaigns, Obama, McCain )

RC
- 2072 days ago - washingtonpost.com
Both presidential candidates recently allowed themselves to be interrogated about their faith and beliefs by an evangelical minister. WHY?
Teacher's 'Witch Lawsuit' Goes to Trial
Society & Culture  (tags: law, religion )

Kristi
- 2601 days ago - news.yahoo.com
CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. - Was she casting spells or teaching spelling? Lawyers are debating a former teacher's claims in a $2 million federal lawsuit that she was improperly fired from Hampton Bays elementary school because admin. thought she was a witch.
White Buffalo Calf Woman Society Celebrating 31 Years
Society & Culture  (tags: Indians, Native Americans, American Indians, Spirituality, Religion, culture, society, americans, ethics, freedoms, humans, interesting, news, women, violence )

Kat
- 1948 days ago - indiancountrytoday.com
MARQUETTE, Mich. - Death was once the swift justice for American Indian men who battered or raped tribal women; but since colonization, some Native men have adopted the abusive ways of their white counterparts because they don't fear a legal system that..
It's Easy To Trace the Trails of Their Tears!
Society & Culture  (tags: Cherokee Nation, Indians, Native Americans, American Indians, Genocide, Prejudice, culture, society, ethics, corruption, crime, dishonesty, family, freedoms, humans, interesting, law, news, obituary, rights, religion, sadness, violence, usa, americans, de )

Kat
- 1921 days ago - fredericksburg.com
"THE CHEROKEE Trail of Tears" is a small volume that packs a mighty punch. Many readers will never again be able to look at Andrew Jackson or the state of Georgia in a positive light after reading about one of the most shameful chapters in American...
Gonzales Helped Bush Hide His Drunk Driving Conviction
Society & Culture  (tags: corruption, drugs, ethics, family, religion, politics, abuse )

Robert
- 2459 days ago - alternet.org
Nick Juliano: The Washington Post explores Gonzales' "decades of dishonesty", and explores his long relationship as Bush's human shield.
Tribe Gets OK to Rebury Ancestors' Remains
Society & Culture  (tags: indians, indians tribes, Gabrielino Indians, nativeamericans, culture, society, americans, death, ethics, family, humans, interesting, religion, rights, sadness, goodnews, freedoms )

Kat
- 1971 days ago - sgvtribune.com
Thanks to a gesture of neighborliness from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, a San Gabriel Indian tribe will be able to rebury the remains of some of its ancestors after more than 50 years.
Utah County Man Would Like His Peyote Back
Society & Culture  (tags: religion, spirituality, beliefs, culture, ethics, freedoms, government, humans, interesting, news, police, rights, religion, society, education )

Kat
- 1970 days ago - indiancountrynews.net
A Utah County man wants federal authorities to give him back his peyote. James "Flaming Eagle" Mooney fought in court to be able to use the hallucinogenic drug in religious ceremonies.
An American Moment: Your Vision...Speak Out!
Society & Culture  (tags: activists, rights, society, freedoms, government, family, children, crime, death, americans, activists, humans, interesting, goodnews, environment, culture, women, news, violence, world, ethics, gayrights, media, education, corruption, religion, usa, polit )

Kat
- 1973 days ago - change.gov
Start right now. Share your vision for what America can be, where President-Elect Obama should lead this country. Where should we start together?
Shoshone Grandmothers Plan Resistance Day on Proposed Mine Site
Society & Culture  (tags: shoshone, indians, nativeamericans, natives, environment, mining, religion, interesting, news, culture, society, americans, ethics )

Kat
- 1974 days ago - bsnorrell.blogspot.com
Restraining Order Requested - Shoshone Grandmothers Plan Resistance Day on Proposed Mine Site
Mohawk Nation's Great Teacher Passes Into the Spirit World
Society & Culture  (tags: Mohawk Nation, Ray Fadden-Tehanetorens, obituary, indians, nativeamericans, culture, society, sadness, religion, news, interesting, americans, education, family, freedoms )

Kat
- 1969 days ago - indiancountrynews.net
On November 14 Ray Fadden-Tehanetorens, 98, left this world to begin his journey along the stars back to the Creator's land, a place of living light where we will be embraced by those who have gone on before.
PBS, American Experience: We Shall Remain
Society & Culture  (tags: PBS, documentary film, americans, culture, crime, children, freedoms, education, family, government, humans, interesting, ethics, rights, religion, society, violence, usa, movies, murder, corruption, arts, dishonesty, media, news, politics, abuse )

Kat
- 1971 days ago - pbs.org
From the award-winning PBS series American Experience comes We Shall Remain, a provocative, multi-media project that establishes Native history as an essential part of American history.
Smudge Quest Continues
Society & Culture  (tags: Spirituality, religion, Indians, Native Americans, Religious Tolerance, Religious Practices, americans, culture, ethics, freedoms, humans, news, society )

Kat
- 1967 days ago - indiancountrytoday.com
Native students at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point have had to get through a lot of red tape or in this case, white tape, some say in order to fight for the right to smudge in their dorms.
   

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