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Indigenous Sounds 9-11 pm 10/17/2016

16 October 2016 General Programming


Chief Arvol Looking Horse, the 19th Generation Keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe for the Great Sioux Nation, Chief of Chief’s of the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota Nations. He is a leading voice in the preservation of sacred sites across the planet and founder of the World Peace & Prayer Day which happens every year on June 21. Arvol was also involved in calling forth awareness and international collaboration in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster and is vocal about climate change issues. He speaks from the heart with a deep responsibility to the ancestors and love for the future generations.

Joelle Clark of the United Urban Warrior Society of Florida has created an encampment to protest the Sabal Trail Pipe Line and protect the water in Florida. The Saba; Trail Pine Line will run through Florida starting near Jacksonville and run down through the center of the state towards the Everglades. The location of the encampment is the corner of 197th Place and 199th Place, Live Oak, Fl. Everyone is invited to visit and/or join the water protectors- water is an issue that affects everyone not just Native Americans.