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May 7, 2018

Native Opinion Episode 126
WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?

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GUESTS IN THIS EPISODE:

Lorraine Gray, founder of Four Bridges Traveling Permaculture Institute, and her two sons, Thomas Kanewakeron Gray, and, Skanahwati Lloyd Gray to our show.

Four Bridges Traveling Permaculture Institute was established to address the needs of indigenous communities around the globe. In essence, our “four bridges” reach out in all directions to establish a network of people to address global issues in all of our communities.

 We are accomplishing this by first addressing the poverty, and lack of healthy sustainable living practices in these communities. Their mission: We are a diverse group of people dedicated to preserving and sharing our cultures and restoring a healthy way of life through a collective effort of farmers, educators, healers, youth, elders, and spiritual leaders.

 Lorraine Gray, founder of Four Bridges Traveling Permaculture Institute is also the mother of the two young men accosted by the police at Colorado State University.

PLEASE SUPPORT Four Bridges Traveling Permaculture By visiting their Go Fund Me page at:

https://www.gofundme.com/eagle-meets-condor-cultural-exchang

Articles Featured in this episode:

ARTICLE 1:
** Author: The Guardian ** TITLE: They don’t belong’: police called on Native American teens on college tour

ARTICLE 2
TITLE: 911 call, lapel video of Native American teens pulled from campus tour released

ARTICLE 3
Author: Chris D’Angelo and Travis Waldron
Bureau Of Indian Affairs Director Resigns After Just 6 Months On The Job

ARTICLE 4
Author: Brian Lightfoot Brown TITLE: WHY WON’T YOU RECOGNIZE THAT WE’RE STILL HERE TOO?

ARTICLE 5
Author: Saqib Shah TITLE: First-ever ocean plastic cleaner will tackle Great Pacific Garbage Patch

ARTICLE 6
Author: Gilbert King TITLE: An Apology in Lake County

RESOURCES:
Cultural Survival
Haskell Indian Nations University
Teaching Tolerance
The Indigenous Lifeways Podcast
TOMAQUAG MUSEUM Rhode Island’s ONLY Native American Museum