page of links is dedicated to Native Americans and some of the issues
they face. For information on the Dine'h see the link
above. There are links here where you can take direct action, something
which I hope you will find in your heart to do. The links to the
other pages have been provided at
the top for your easy access. On March 20, 2008, an overhaul was completed on this page to remove the dead links. Hopefully all of them have been found and removed.
These sites will provide a
learning experience for all. Below this description these tags should take
you quickly to the section which most interests you.
Indigenous Native American Prophecy (Elders Speak part 1)
American Indians begin long trek
Larry Bringing Good has cleared out his apartment at the Hotel Stockton and given away his television.
The electricity is set to be turned off today, and all he has, he said, is packed into two duffel bags.
He is joining a group of more than 100 people on a walk across the country that officially began Monday.
Over the next five months, participants will travel through more than 10 states to advocate for
environmental concerns, to support the preservation of American Indian sacred sites and to
commemorate a similar cross-country journey that was completed 30 years ago. Dooda Desert Rock to welcome Longest Walk 2 Indian walk crosses Nevada, nation
In the 30 years since the first Longest Walk march flooded Capitol Hill with activists fighting
for American Indian rights, thousands of places sacred to American Indians continue to be
desecrated and developed, an official of the International Indian Treaty Council said Monday.
Local tribal members taking part in The Longest Walk
Armed with a tin can rattle in his hand and the traditional songs of family and tribe in his
heart, a young Quechan man is delivering a message to Washington, D.C. completely on foot.
Longest Walk reaches Flagstaff
Far ahead of a crowd of a few dozen Long Walkers, a Japanese man waved a safety flag. He wanted to
talk, he wanted to be heard, but a language barrier allowed him only to say, "All life is sacred."
The Longest Walk 2
On a chilly day in March, two dozen weary walkers are resting at the Ute Indian Museum in
Montrose. In the shadow of western Colorado's Shining Mountains, surrounded by relics
of the tribe who once inhabited the area, the group is taking a two-day break on its five-month
journey from California's Alcatraz Island to the nation's capital. The Longest Walk 2 Takes Oklahoma By Storm
Tulsa, OK - The Longest Walk 2 (LW2) Southern Route forged ahead through pouring rain and
thunderstorms this week to reach Tulsa since reaching Oklahoma on May 3, 2008. Longest Walk 2: Saving the land again
Dennis Banks has plenty of reasons to have plenty of enemies. Local members of Quechan tribe take part in Longest Walk 2
Some local American Indians are hitting the highway on a coast-to-coast trek dedicated to
better protection of Mother Earth and her sacred sites.
Longest Walk 2 begins trek across U.S.
RUMSEY RANCHERIA, Calif. - The Longest Walk 2 was launched as several hundred walkers began their
journey across the continent here in the oak trees and green rolling hills in California on Feb. 12.
Longest Walkers declare opposition to Desert Rock
CHACO RIO, N.M. - It was tempting to think it was the most people ever gathered on this barren
stretch of gray desert near Burnham, N.M.
Longest Walk Talk Radio, live and uncensored
MONTROSE, Colo. Walking through the snow, the Longest Walk Northern Route arrived at the Ute
Indian Museum on Sunday, March 16, after crossing on foot the states of California, Nevada and Utah.
Walking with sacred staffs, American Indian walkers and their allies are carrying the message to
protect sacred Mother Earth. Longest Walk 2 arrival unifies local groups
GANADO, Ariz. - Nothing like a bunch of outside environmentalists passing through
your territory to get the locals in gear.
March for American Indian awareness comes to Lodi
More than 50 spirited marchers arrived in Lodi on Wednesday as part of the Longest Walk 2008, a
five-month, cross-country trek to raise awareness for American Indian issues. Native tribes bring message
About 50 members of tribes involved in the Longest Walk 2 gathered for a blessing and ceremonial
singing at the Denver Art Museum's Native Art Wheel March 24, then rallied at the state capitol to
raise awareness of their five-month coast-to-coast walk for Native American rights as well as
concerns for environmental degradation. Prattans to join in new Longest Walk
Like their ancestors did for centuries, a group of Native Americans is walking to their
destination. Only this walk is longer than most tribes ever had to travel, over 4,400 miles, and part of those miles
will go through Pratt.
Walking for Mother Earth
Longest Walk northern and southern routes continue trek across U.S. Walking with a message
Flagstaff ? Cultural genocide, centuries of warfare against Native people, constant threats to
tribal sovereignty and forced relocation ? plus blisters, poor diet, homesickness and daily and nightly
bodily aches and pains?