KENHTEKE MOHAWK TERRITORY – There will be a gathering of the Kentyohkwahnhakstha movement on Saturday April 16th at the Sadies Lane Longhouse in Tyendinaga. The meeting starts at 7am with a sunrise ceremony and breakfast will be at 8:30am. At 9:15 there will be a discussion held to welcome the people and explain the purpose and significance of the Kentyohkwahnhakstha. Lunch will be served at noon, and the meeting will go to until 4:30pm.
CATTARAGUS – Paul Delaronde (Tekarontake) and James Gray (Sakoietah) join Matt Hill, Louis Snyder and John Kane for the type of conversation that is the reason for "Let's Talk Native..." Listen in to hear a detailed conversation about the Haudenosaunee marriage ceremony and the four elements of our thanksgiving ceremonies. Paul delves into the language for clarity on the concepts and principles in the way only he can do. This show provides a great opportunity to gain knowledge of Haudenosaunee culture and philosophy.
TYENDINAGA – The question we really need to ask is, "what is true in this case?" What's true is that the Canadian government is utilizing the provincial and federal police officers to run illegal operations to try to squeeze out as much financial opportunity there is from indigenous communities, and to label anyone who has done any work or is willing to work with indigenous people as criminal. They are claiming indigenous freedom of economics as fraud.
TYENDINAGA – On Friday March 11th, 2016, His Excellency Wilmer Omar Barrientos Fernandez, the Venezuelan Ambassador to Canada, arrived in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory to build greater relations between the Onkwehon:we and the Venezuelan people. Tyendinaga is the home of Deganawida, the Peacemaker who brought the Kayenere:kowa or Great Peace to the Haudenosaunee people. The ambassador paid a visit to Eagle Hill, the birthplace of the Peacemaker, and the place where the thinking behind the Kayenere:kowa emerged.
KAHNAWAKE – The Kanien'kéha (Mohawk)Talk Show with Joe McGregor and Leo Diabo as heard on K103.7 FM. The show is broadcast live each Wednesday at noon and streamed LIVE at www.k103radio.com For archived editions: @martin-akwiranoron-loft
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WASHINGTON – Ribbon shirts, Gustowehs and Haudenosaunee people filled "The Indian Treaty Room" at the White House this week as some celebrated the 222 year old Canandaigua Treaty. These participants seemed oblivious to the fact that the week would end on the 193rd anniversary of the Johnson v M'Intosh ruling that would be the "legal" justification for violating every treaty including and especially Canandaigua. Irony or hypocrisy? You decide. Some Buggin Malone on the breaks, some excerpts from "The Doctrine Of Discovery: Unmasking The Domination Code". Let's Talk Native is hosted by John Kane and Matt Hill.