Winnemem Wintu Run/Ride/Boat/Peddle/Pray for Salmon on the McCloud River

Nichole and Desiree Harp sing for the Salmon The Winnemem Wintu on the McCloud river in Northern California have lost most of their territory when the Shasta Damn was constructed, because of the damn they also lost their relatives the salmon. The creation story of the Winnemem Wintu goes like this “When we first bubbled […]

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Run4Salmon, Pray4Salmon

  Published September 12, 2017 SOGOREA TE – The Run4Salmon kicked off at the Sogorea Te sacred site on Sunday. The run will last for the rest of the month. The purpose is to bring attention to twindling supply of salmon in California rivers. “Salmon are the magical fish. We are aching for the salmon. […]

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Run4Salmon Art Party Brings Attention to Salmon Crisis

Published September 8, 2017 OAKLAND – As part of a kickoff to a series of events for the Run4Salmon, the Winnemem Wintu Tribe and Canticle Farm hosted the Run4Salmon Art Party in Oakland, California on Wednesday, September 6, 2017.

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A Month of Prayer with the Winnemem Wintu & Allies of the Salmon, September 2017

Published September 5, 2017 OAKLAND –  For centuries, the Winnemem Wintu lived on salmon, as did numerous other tribes near the Pacific coast.The water in the rivers and streams where the salmon used to run is being diverted or dammed up and the salmon of the Pacific Northwest are almost gone. The elders of the […]

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Living On Ohlone Land: A Panel Discussion by California Women Tribal Leaders

  Published August 10, 2017 OAKLAND – Approximately 500 people gathered together at the First Congregational Church of Oakland to hear a panel discussion entitled, “Living on Ohlone Land.”  Four California tribal leaders, all women, discussed how non-native organizations can build reciprocity with local indigenous communities. The event was created by the group IPOC or Indian […]

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Save a life for sobriety children’s Pow Wow in Bernallilo New Mexico

Published May 31, 2017 BERNALLILO, NEW MEXICO – A town that goes back in history a thousand  years. More recently it has become a travel/ trade route to Mexico City.  Bernalillo is surrounded by Sandia Mountains and Sandia Pueblo. Steven Bluehorse is Lakota from the Rosebud Indian Reservation.  He is a board member of the […]

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