Thursday, December 20, 2012

Shiprock: Navajos Flash Mob Round Dance 'Idle No More'

IDLE NO MORE: Flash Mob Round Dance - Shiprock, NM
'Idle No More' flash mob dance in Edmonton, Canada
by Denette Chee-Chief and Shiela Chee-Chief
 
UPDATE
WATCH VIDEO OF SHIPROCK FLASH MOB
ROUND DANCE
 
Friday, December 21, 2012
6:00 pm
Nizhoni Park (at da river bridge)
Navajo Nation 110 percent supports IDLE NO MORE. Come on down to Shiprock to show your support for our Canadian brothers and sisters! Nizhoni Park is located next to San Juan River by the bridge. EVERYONE INVITED. Bundle up and bring your signs!
BRING DRUMS...BRING COFFEE...BRING HOT COCOA...WILL HAVE BONFIRE...ALL PEACEFUL!!
Navajos in Shiprock, N.M, on the Navajo Nation are supporting Idle No More!

Idle no more: Resistance began with First Nation women
Thousands expected in Ottawa for Idle No More protest on Friday, Dec. 21, 2012
http://www.bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2012/12/thousands-expected-at-ottawa-protest.html

Below: Idle no more Saskatoon!

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