Tuesday, February 12, 2013

United Native Americans: Round Dance and Protest at Hearst Castle March 29, 2013

United Native Americans Inc. will host an IDLE NO MORE Round Dance and Rally on Friday, March 29, 2013 at the Hearst Castle to Protest and Demand Reparations and Accountability for the illegal theft of the Black Hills and the Homestake Gold Mine.

We will meet at the Hearst Castle Entrance, located at 750 Hearst Castle Rd. in San Simeon, California.

The event will begin at 8:00 AM PST and end at 3:00 PM. A press conference is scheduled at noon. 

Please join us, bring your drums and hand-held signs in Solidarity in this protest against the Hearst Corporation to demand accountability and reparations. Donations are needed for lodging and transportation to the event.

For more information, contact Quanah Brightman, Executive Director of UNA at 510-672-718 or through UNA's site at http://www.facebook.com/groups/unitednativeamericansinc . E-mail UNA at UnitedNativeAmericansInc@gmail.com

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