Friday, January 18, 2013

Dine' Bidziil 'One Mind, One Voice, One Prayer'


ANNOUNCING

DINE BIDZIIL: "One Mind, One Voice, One Prayer"

Listen to radio interview with Norman Patrick Brown

Where: Navajo Nation Museum, Window Rock, Arizona

When: SATURDAY JAN. 19/2013 - 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Topics: Presentation/Panel discussions:
1. April 19/20, 2013 1000 FAMILY HOZHO WALK/PRAYER day for UNITY, PEACE, and CHANGE.
2. MANIFESTO of important/critical issues facing our Diné to be presented April 20, 2013 for the Navajo President/Vice President and 2013 SPRING SESSION of the Navajo Nation Council.
3. Initiate and create an important document--"DINETAH PRINCIPLES of INDEPENDENCE"--to involve the all Diné for a new government.
4. Supporting the CONFLUENCE families against a "Tourist Attraction" and development at our GRAND CANYON SACRED SITE.
5. Uranium issues: Proposed new uranium mining ventures on Dinetah/ R.E.C.A. issues.
6. Young Generation Voices/Caucus/Presentation.
7. Uniting the various faiths of DINETAH into one family.
DINE Traditionalist/Native American Church/Pow WoW/Sundance families/clans.


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