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Letter from the Founder, Barbara Savage

Thank you for your participation in the Tribal Trust’s work over the past twenty years. Many of you supported the foundation at the beginning by attending our annual fund raising event, the Tribal Cup, in Florida and California. More recently we appreciated your attendance at programs and films in association…...

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The Earth speaks | Recognizing indigenous wisdom (via The MOON magazine)

Indigenous people in traditional cultures have a personal relationship with the Earth, along with the animals, elements, rocks and trees, fire and sky, water and wind—as the Lakota Sioux say, “All our relations.”   The Earth speaks | Recognizing indigenous wisdom   The March issue of The MOON celebrates indigenous…...

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Indigenous peoples are key to protecting wildlife and rural livelihoods (via Eco-Business)

Local communities need support to mitigate conflicts between people and wildlife, said UN food & agriculture agency. Actively involving indigenous peoples and local communities in wildlife conservation is key to maintaining biodiversity and ensuring sustainable rural livelihoods, FAO said 3 March on the occasion of World Wildlife Day. The urgent challenges…...

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Native Nations Rise March: A Powerful, Emotional Uprising for Indigenous Rights (via Indian Country Media Network)

Thousands of indigenous people from tribal nations as far away as Bolivia and Tibet gathered for the Native Nations Rise march in Washington, D.C. Read more: Native Nations Rise March: A Powerful, Emotional Uprising for Indigenous Rights...

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Native History: Yellowstone National Park Created on Sacred Land (via Indian Country Media Network)

On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed a bill to create Yellowstone National Park in the Wyoming, Montana and Idaho territories. Read More: Native History: Yellowstone National Park...

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Tipis Rise on the National Mall

Tipis Rise on the National Mall...

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