March 2010

Call for Prayer: Salish Sea Ceremony-Olympia 4-24-2010 8 am

Sacred Ceremonials for the Salish Sea

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Saturday, April 24, 2010
8:00am – 10:00am
Water Street (Capital Lake Park)
Olympia, WA


We will be joining together in prayer for our beloved Salish Sea. April 24. in front of Traditions on 4th and Water Street  (Capital Lake Park) . Bring your drums, rattles, songs, prayers. There will be an opening prayer then a talking stick will be sent around for everyone to have a chance to either pray aloud or to pray in silence.
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Agenda for Sacred Ceremonials for the Salish Sea Ceremony in  click here  Olympia


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‘It’s a dead zone’

Billy Frank Jr, chair of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, said: “Puget Sound is a dead zone. It’s gone and no one is doing a damn thing… our backyard that’s dying.
    “No one cares about the natural world. This is our sustainable community, and it’s dead. How do you put a spin on this? This is all documented, but never seen on TV.
    “We’ve got to have hope. We can’t stop doing what we’re doing. But there are not enough of us.  We’re being overrun.
    “But we have time, us Indian people. We know how to walk slow. “President Bush will be gone, but we’ll still be there. The government will be gone, but we’ll still be there.
    “We know where we’re going every day. We’ve got that great rhythm of our people, wherever we go.
    “The status quo is unacceptable and we’ve got to change it !


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