Thursday, January 22, 2015
|January, 20, 2015: "We just crossed over onto BLM land and made offerings to these wild horses. Many of you may be aware of the livestock round ups that are happening all over Diné Bikéyah. Keep our four legged relatives in your prayers. We'll be sleeping at the chapter house in Pueblo Pintado tonight."Friday, Jan. 23, 2015: "To the people who will be joining us this weekend, please come prepared, dress warm and bring enough layers to keep you warm at night. We will be camping out under the stars or in tents and you can expect temperatures to drop into the teens. We have extra sleeping bags but you should bring your own, if possible."|
Thank you Nihígaal bee Iiná for sharing photos with Censored News!
Thank you to Northern Paiute Wesley Dick for sharing his story of winning his federal case of traditional tule gathering for ancestral crafts.
On the Longest Walk northern route, the Earthcycles/Censored News Long Talk Radio, interviewed Wesley, descendant of Wovoka's family, at home in 2008.
Now, with Wesley's creation of this new video, he shares this struggle. Wesley said of winning his important federal case, "It is a win for all Indians."