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By Ohki Siminé Forest
Presenting a weekend intensive - Wisdom Owl for Global Awakening: the 7 Mirrors of Western Culture - for academic credit for counselors, therapists, psychologists and other transformational professionals

By Red Wind Councils
U.S. non-profit organization benefiting the indigenous Maya in Chiapas posts compelling updates on their in-depth website.

By MEES
The 2014 International Indigenous Health Conference will be held at Pullman Cairns International Hotel in Cairns, Queensland, Australia on 15th – 17th December 2014.

By Center for Sacred Studies
Join Grandmothers Agnes and Mona of the 13 Grandmothers at Sonoma State University October 12, 2013 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

By Liquid Learning
Developing Career Pathways, Supportive Training, Coaching and Mentoring Strategies to Facilitate the Advancement and Retention of Indigenous Talent

By Wasabi PR, LLC
The World Congress on Health, Consciousness and the Healing of the Earth to be held in Karlsruhe, Germany is honored to present the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers.

By Wasabi PR, LLC
Auroras Ring and the Center for Sacred Studies are hosting a public gathering of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers July 11 – 14, 2013 to be held at the Clarion Hotel in Stockholm.

By Semillas Sociedad Civil
Indigenous Student Leaders and Faculty from Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory High School of North America to Participate in the 12th Session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues of the United Nations on Tuesday, May 21 in NY

By TANK Branding
The International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences nominated Australia’s Indigenous Mobile Journalism website, NT Mojos for the 17th Annual Webby Awards in the Charitable Organisations category.

By The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization
EU Strategies, Interventions and Future Prospects for Support to Indigenous Peoples in Taiwan

By Wasabi PR, LLC
The theme of the gathering is 'Gratitude Brings Freedom' and focuses on healing generational trauma and honoring ancestors.

By Wasabi PR, LLC
The Center for Sacred Studies announces the 10th gathering of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers to be held at UNIPAZ (University of Peace) in Brasilia, Brazil from October 21 to October 24, 2011. Gathering Dedicated to the Water

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By Opportune Business Network
“These businesses in turn will employee indigenous people and benefit their own community.”

By Ohki Siminé Forest
Presenting a weekend intensive - Wisdom Owl for Global Awakening: the 7 Mirrors of Western Culture - for academic credit for counselors, therapists, psychologists and other transformational professionals

By Red Wind Councils
U.S. non-profit organization benefiting the indigenous Maya in Chiapas posts compelling updates on their in-depth website.

By MEES
The 2014 International Indigenous Health Conference will be held at Pullman Cairns International Hotel in Cairns, Queensland, Australia on 15th – 17th December 2014.

By Ohki Simine Forest
Esteemed spiritual medicine teacher, Ohki Siminé Forest, will return to the US in the spring of 2014 bringing new levels of teachings and wisdom from the Red Lodge.

By mobyarnz.com
Todays launch of the Mobyarnz social networking site has been a success. The launch aims to allow Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to connect, share and inform one another. We need your help, come to www.mobyarnz.com to connect.

By Center for Sacred Studies
Join Grandmothers Agnes and Mona of the 13 Grandmothers at Sonoma State University October 12, 2013 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

By Liquid Learning
Developing Career Pathways, Supportive Training, Coaching and Mentoring Strategies to Facilitate the Advancement and Retention of Indigenous Talent

By Wasabi PR, LLC
The World Congress on Health, Consciousness and the Healing of the Earth to be held in Karlsruhe, Germany is honored to present the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers.

By Wasabi PR, LLC
Auroras Ring and the Center for Sacred Studies are hosting a public gathering of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers July 11 – 14, 2013 to be held at the Clarion Hotel in Stockholm.

By Semillas Sociedad Civil
Indigenous Student Leaders and Faculty from Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory High School of North America to Participate in the 12th Session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues of the United Nations on Tuesday, May 21 in NY

By TANK Branding
The International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences nominated Australia’s Indigenous Mobile Journalism website, NT Mojos for the 17th Annual Webby Awards in the Charitable Organisations category.

By Highland Support Project
The Highland Support Project celebrates its 20th anniversary and the end of the Maya 13-bak'tun cycle with festivities at local fair trade store AlterNatives in Richmond, Virginia.

By The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization
EU Strategies, Interventions and Future Prospects for Support to Indigenous Peoples in Taiwan

By Highland Support Project
Maya elder to visit the Pace Center in Richmond, Virginia, on November 7th at 7pm to discuss the end of the Maya Long-Count calendar and to alleviate fears associated with December 21, 2012 and the rumors that it mars the end of the world.

By Wasabi PR, LLC
The theme of the gathering is 'Gratitude Brings Freedom' and focuses on healing generational trauma and honoring ancestors.

By www.seo2marketing.com
The Silver Plume Gallery proudly presents an exhibition of a collection of paintings by Syddick Napaltjarri at their art gallery in the prestigious Double Bay area of Sydney, Australia.

By AVRDC - The World Vegetable Center
Why nutrient-dense indigenous vegetables must be on the plate for economic development, food security, and health

By Wasabi PR, LLC
The Center for Sacred Studies announces the 10th gathering of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers to be held at UNIPAZ (University of Peace) in Brasilia, Brazil from October 21 to October 24, 2011. Gathering Dedicated to the Water

By Campbell Plowden
CACE is sponsoring the Spirit of the Amazon fundraiser on May 21 at 121 Tait Rd. near State College, PA. Event will feature South American foods, Amazon handicrafts, video chat with native artisans in Peru, and live music with Tr-HANDS-formation.

By Lost People Films
Controversial doc will screen at Regent Showcase Theatre

By Fast Market Research
New Materials research report from Business Monitor International is now available from Fast Market Research

By Wasabi PR, LLC
The 13 Grandmothers gather from the four directions May 18 - May 21, 2011 at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage. The host of this 9th Council gathering is Yup'ik Grandmother Rita PItka Blumenstein.

By Fast Market Research
Recently published research from Business Monitor International, "Zimbabwe Mining Report Q1 2011", is now available at Fast Market Research

By Sterling Public Relations
Orange County based Ecoutrement.com, a fashion driven ECO accessories e-boutique, brings organic, fair trade fashion to the masses with the addition of Indigenous to their Fall 2010 assortment.

By Wasabi PR, LLC
This extraordinary alliance of indigenous female elders from all over the world will be making an historic trip to Japan. Stewardship of the Earth, appeals for peace and establishing relations with Japan’s Indigenous are at the top of their agenda.

By Native American Music Awards Association
September 20, 2010 –New York, NY. Nominations for the 12th Annual Native American Music Awards announced today by The Native American Music Association & Awards, reflecting the combined votes of NAMA Advisory Board Membership Nominating Committee.

By Amy Ebedes
Furniture designer Ilovani is showcasing their unique furniture and accessory range at Decorex. Their products are featured in the exclusive South African Hand Made Collection, a brilliant initiative driven by the Department of Trade and Industry.

By Wasabi PR, LLC
Golden Gate Park, August 21, 11 am - 6 pm Free

By Fast Market Research
Fast Market Research recommends "Zimbabwe Mining Report Q3 2010" from Business Monitor International, now available

By Tenacity Radio Network
United Native Radio launches May 20th at 7:00pm est. on the Tenacity Radio Network. This show incorporates news, music, guests and titillating talk from your hosts Raven Duclos and Jo-Ann Belanger.

By ING MEDIA
Leading international design studio Urban Art Projects (UAP), with Australian indigenous artist Brook Andrew, has created a dramatic new interactive artwork for the 17th Biennale of Sydney, which opened on 12 May 2010.

By mpearce@naenetwork.com
NAE Network offers viewers a look into the incredibly diverse worlds of many North American cultures through documentaries, news magazines, dramas and cultural specials.

By Rachel Wiley
Despite the sagging economy and most cutting back on charitable giving this past holiday season, the Indigenous Education Foundation of Tanzania (IEFT),

By Tammy Chiang, Roots & Wings International
Roots and Wings International receives advertising grant of $120,000 per year from Google.

By Rainforest Partnership
On November 5, Director Richard Linklater and Elizabeth Avellán will co-host a fundraiser for the Austin-based nonprofit Rainforest Partnership, featuring the screening of a new short film by Michel O. Scott.

By 10X Productions, Tom Khazoyan
"Yai Wanonabalewa: The Enemy God" played tonight to a sold out house at the Starz FilmCenter in Denver. This true story of an indigenous group's struggle for survival is a must-see for indie film lovers.

By 10X Productions
There are just a few days left before we enter the lives and hearts of the people of the rainforest in a feature-length dramatic film, "Yai Wanonabälewä: The Enemy God", at the Starz FilmCenter in Denver.

By Tom Khazoyan - 10X Productions
Enter the lives and hearts of the people of the rainforest in a feature-length dramatic film, Yai Wanonabälewä: The Enemy God, at the Starz FilmCenter in Denver.

By Richard Seidman
Author, storyteller and teacher Martín Prechtel presents a talk on Friday, September 4 at 7:00 pm at St. Mary Magdalene Church, 3123 NE 24th Avenue in Portland. The cost is $5 to $25 on a sliding scale, payable at the door.

By johnwilliam hohepa
The following is my response to the press release by SIDI CHARIF of the WFWO (world for world organization)

By Tammy Chiang, Roots & Wings International
Jolkona Foundation and Roots & Wings International form nonprofit partnership to benefit impoverished youth in rural Guatemala.

By Treeshop
Treeshop, a South-African boutique nursery reveals its secrets about its South-African trees.

By Sally Montoya
Yraceburu EarthWisdom's Sisters of Honua Project will sponsor a Gathering of Seers Mystery School Retreat for learning, celebration, and sharing within a supportive community. It will begin with October 10th and will end at 1 pm Sunday, October 18th.

By Jeff Deasy
Unlike the genetically modified "wild rice" grown in paddies, truly authentic wild rice delivers a deep, rich flavor cherished by chefs and devoted foodies. It was served for New Year’s Eve Dinner at Alice Waters’ famed Chez Panisse in 2009.

By Aboriginal News Group
The Fourth World -The Intelligent Aboriginal News Service has partnered with progressive bloggers to form the Aboriginal News Group, an International association representing Indigenist blog-journalists covering Indigenous/First Nations news.

By UNPO (www.unpo.org)
Mapuche means “people of the land”. They constitute the third largest indigenous group of people in South America but relentless exploitation of their territory has left them landless; and with no land, there is no Mapuche.

By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
Volunteer Abroad in Costa Rica Limon: Ideally situated between the Caribbean Ocean to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west, Costa Rica boosts various geography and climate zones from the pleasant interior to the tropical coast lines.

By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
Volunteer Abroad in Costa Rica: In 1502, on his fourth and last voyage to the New World, Christopher Columbus made the first European landfall in the area. Settlement of Costa Rica began in 1522.

By Rev. Dr. James Lockard
Maria Bobadilla, known as Machi Maria, a renowned teacher, recognized physiotherapist and an accomplished practitioner of Qi Gong, Vipassana, and Reiki will speak at the Center for Spiritual Living in Westlake Village on Sunday, August 24th.



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