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“Boldt 40″, a day of perspectives on the Boldt Decision, on February 5, 2014, 10 am-4pm.

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The Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission & Salmon Defense will host an event, “Boldt 40″, a day of perspectives on the Boldt Decision, on February 5, 2014, 10 am-4pm at the Skookum Creek Event Center, Squaxin Island Tribe, Shelton, WA. 10 am-4pm

More information will be posted at http://boldt40.com .

BOLDT 4O Agenda

American Indian Lobby Day 2014

American Indian Lobby Day 2014
Friday, January 24, 2014
10:00am until 2:00pm
Capital Building, Olympia WA 98506

Join Robert T’Swaq Satiacum and Elizabeth Satiacum we gather in the Capitol. We will meet on the North steps of the legislative building and later in the day (whenever the legislature adjourns for lunch) we will drum in the Rotunda. We do not have the Columbia Room this year.
“Thunder in the Rotunda”!
We have an additional event planned for March 3 when we will schedule meetings with legislators to lobby them on particular issues and bills.

facebook page for event

https://www.facebook.com/events/185674631642480/

American Indian Heritage Month 2013

November is National American Indian Heritage Month

It is a time to celebrate the rich cultural traditions and proud ancestry of American Indians and recognize "…the vital contributions that American Indians have made and continue to make to the strength, balance, tolerance, and diversity of our society.” Throughout November L&I will celebrate the rich cultural traditions and proud ancestry of American Indians. Scheduled activities include:

Opening Remarks, Invocation, Honoring the First Peoples of Turtle Island  with Robert Satiacum, and stay tuned for the magical notes of Roderick Harris, Native Flutist on Friday, November 1, 2013 , Noon–1:30pm, L&I Rotunda.

The return of the Wa He Lut Dancing Turtles on November 14th. The children will perform from 12:00 p.m. to 1 p.m. in the rotunda.

Kisa, founder of GOODTHINKING 4 ALL OUR RELATIONS, November 18th, 2013, 12–1 pm, LNI S130. Come, and get a deeper understanding about the  REALITY OF REZ. LIFE: Learn how you too can get involved .

American Indian Heritage Month  presents – Dakota 38,  November 20th. The film will be  12:00 p.m. to 2 p.m. with discussion in room S130.

To Learn more about  American Indian Heritage  check out  Make No Bones About It  website for more information.

Labor and Industries (L&I) Tumwater Office
7273 Linderson Way SW
Tumwater, WA 98501
Map and Directions

Indigenous perspective a sense of place. We have a History to Tell. October 27th, 2013, 4-8 pm

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We Have our History to Tell. The panel is  to bring and gain an understanding, through Indigenous perspective a sense of place.
Panelist are:
Charlene Krise,Squaxin
Nancy Shippentower,Puyallup
Robert Satiacum, Puyallup
Marvin Kempf, Snoqualmie
Colleen Jollie,Turtle Mountain Chippewa                                                                      Darrell Phare, Lummi
Jewell James, Lummi                                                                                                            Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Lakota
Linley B. Logan,Tonawanda, Seneca

produced by:
Gary Galbreath, host/producer of “View from the Shore.”
Brian Frisina,aka Raven Redbone  host/producer of “Make No Bones About It.”

Make No Bones About It and View from the Shore you can listen on the air on October 27th, from 4-8 pm “Indigenous Perspective, Story and Sense of Place”. www.kaosradio.org

SuZan Satiacum, shares with her son Robert Satiacum. Healing is happening.

Raven visits with Robert Satiacum about American Indian Lobby Day 2012 1-29-2012 5pm

Robert Satiacum is an enrolled member of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians. He is the son of the late Chief Bob Satiacum – widely known for his sacrifices made for sovereignty and fishing rights. Satiacum is immersed his native culture, and diligently practices the traditions of the Sweat Lodge, Native American Church, and the annual Tribal Journeys in his family canoe.

Save the date!
We reserved the big room on the ground floor of the Legislative building and will make appointments for participants to meet with their legislators. Drumming in the Rotunda and on the steps of the Legislative Building are scheduled! Check back with us for details.

This Lobby Day is new, just going on it’s 2nd year, but especially important for tribal members of Washington State to solidify, and protect the rights our ancestors reserved for us, it is OUR Responsibility. We will come together at exactly the right time, with exactly the right people, doing exactly the right thing, in exactly the right place. There are Indian bills that need to be supported and testified to, and Indian bills that need to be extinguished and testified against. Our ‘Ancestors’ reserved the rights, our rights when they ceded the millions of acres full of the evergreens, and if we don’t get and be responsible, what little is left can be gone for mine, yours, and our children and our children’s children. They literally fought tooth and nail for what we have, and are observing us through the air, the water, the fire and the landscapes, waiting in anticipation for their descendants to pray, communicate, council once again together, for our sources and the future we will leave behind. We have the tools, our hearts, minds and voices, join us, this is the time! -Robert Ti Swaq Satiacum

http://www.puyalluptribalnews.com/
http://www.restorenativenames.org/
http://www.wherevent.com/detail/spirit-of-the-american-indian-lobby-day

Not only inviting you, I’m expecting you! Bring the children friends and family!

American Indian Lobby Day 2012 Agenda

Meet in Columbia Room 1st Floor – State Capitol

9:00am

Opening Prayer

10:00 am – 10:30 am

Discussing the Bills in the 2012 session that concern Indian Country
Why, and what is the importance of American Indian Lobby Day?
Learn why, how and the importance of registering to vote?
How to become Native Ambassadors to GOTV in Indian Country.

10:30 – 11:45

Feature Film Showing:

Canoe Way: The Sacred Journey
A comprehensive spiritual look at the annual international canoe journey, as the South Puget Sound (Whulge) prepares for the arrival of hundreds of canoes at host tribe: Squaxin Island Tribe of Indians

12:00 pm – 12:15 pm
Honoring State Representative John McCoy (Tulalip) D for re establishing the
Washington State Board of Geographic Names HB 1084
12:15 – 1:00pm

Drumming and sharing songs in Rotunda
Xa’Xa’ Q’uo Family/Sacred Water Canoe Family Host Drummers

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Meal Time in the Columbia Room / Meal Prayer
Speakers:
Christopher Winters of Native P.A.T. & Kevin Cummings of Council – Fire

2:00 pm -4:00 pm

Drumming/ Singing/Honoring, on the North Steps of the Capital Building

Open Floor (sharing your thoughts)

4:00 pm
Closing Prayer/Song
Begin work on American Indian Lobby Day 2013

Adjourned
(redbone post)

Robert & Elizabeth Satiacum on “Make No Bones About It.”

Time Sunday, July 31 · 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Location Kaos 89.3 Fm – Olympia, Washington

More Info Robert & Elizabeth Satiacum working together to make the world a better place for us all. Join us when we visit and talk about the many happenings with both of them in Indian Country.

“As Long As The Rivers Run” — Film and panel discussion

“As Long As The Rivers Run” — Film and panel discussion

By Steve Robinson

The South Sound Environmental Clearinghouse (SPEECH) will proudly conduct a special film and panel discussion event on Wednesday, December 1,at Traditions Café, 300 5th Ave SW, Olympia, beginning at 6:30 p.m. In honor of our Native American neighbors, the event will feature a showing of the historic movie, “As Long As The Rivers Run,” produced by filmmaker Carol Burns, and a panel of individuals, emceed by Steve Robinson, commenting about the significance of this film to the South Sound area and beyond.

“As Long As The Rivers Run” was filmed during the tumultuous 1960s and 70s, when Native Americans were fighting for their rights, as guaranteed in the treaties in which they relinquished millions of acres of land, enabling Washington to become a state. It is a part of the history of this region that brought national and international attention, and created changes that affected relationships forever.

About the Panel

Carol Burns was born in Olympia and graduated from Olympia High School in 1956; she studied documentary film at Stanford University, achieving her MA in Communications in 1969. She produced 16mm informational films for clients and began learning video in 1980. Burns was a founding member of Thurston Community Television and became one of its first employees as Production Manager, in 1986. Over the intervening years she has continued making informational videos, mostly in collaboration with non-profit organizations or government agencies. She will discuss the making of the film.

Charlene Krise is a Squaxin Island Council member, and the Director of the Squaxin Island Research Center and Museum. Robert Satiacum, Jr. is a Puyallup Tribal Member. He was a young man during the fish-in’s, and is the son of one of the most famous leaders of the activists of the time, and former Chair of the Tribe. He is a radio host at KLAY, 1180 AM, and leader of many causes himself, including the recent protest of the shooting of John Williams, a carver. Krise and Satiacum will discuss “The Boldt Era: Memories.”

Georgianna Kautz has been the Natural Resource Manager for the Nisqually Tribe since 1991. She is a graduate of The Evergreen State College in Native American Studies, and is a Commissioner to the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (NWIFC), and is a former Tribal Chair and Council member. Jim Peters is with the NWIFC and the Squaxin Island Tribe, and both of them will discuss memories and Co-Management from the Tribal/NWIFC perspectives.

Brian Frisina is an archivist for the state Department of Labor & Industries. Also known as Raven Redbone, Frisina hosts a show called “Make No Bones About It” on KAOS radio 89.3 FM in Olympia. The show highlights Native issues and showcases elders who remind us to seek out the wisdom of indigenous cultures. Frisina says he is here to contribute and give another voice to the “The First Peoples” and serve all our ancestors. He lives by the ancestral ways: respecting each other, loving each other and our Mother Earth. He will address the issues around the question: “Why Remember?”

Steve Robinson is the owner/President of SR PRODUCTIONS and a SPEECH board member.

An Evening with Robert Satiacum and Deborah Guerrero 9-19th, 2010 5pm

Raven will be talking with Robert Satiacum about the film the Canoe Way that will be shown September 29th at 7pm at Traditions Fair Trade and Cafe which is a place to discover folk art products from cultures around the world. We are a member of the Fair Trade Federation.

More on the film:
Canoe Way: The Sacred Journey documents the annual Tribal Journeys of Pacific Northwest Coast Salish people. Indigenous tribes and First Nations… from Oregon, Washington, Canada and Alaska follow their ancestral pathways through the waters of Puget Sound, Inside Passage and the Northwest Coast. Families and youth reconnect with the past and each other. Ancient songs, dances, regalia, ceremonies, and language were almost lost and are coming back.
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Raven will talk with Deborah Guerrero talk about Stand For Peace in Washington DC-Sunrise Friday October 8th to Monday October 11th, 2010, @ 3:33pm.

Turtle Women Rising invites you to support this Stand For Peace by joining us in DC, October 8th-11th, 2010, and to participate as much as you are comfortable. You can drum with us for all 4 days, or just come for an afternoon. Our organization is all volunteer, and our funding comes from donations and collaborations. TWR’s Fiscal Sponsorship is held by the Center For Sacred Studies, which means we are a non-profit, and all donations are tax deductible. We invite you to volunteer, make a donation, (either financial or inkind services), network with us and help us get the word out both with your local and global community, or bring TWR to your homeplace so we can offer a teaching, a lecture/discussion, a prayer circle or a performance.
http://www.turtlewomenrising.com/about-us.php

Please note: No charge you may access the program via the internet at web link below..

DATE: Sunday September 19th, 2010

Time: 5:00pm – 6:00pm

Location: KAOS 89.3 FM

KAOS is a non-commercial, community radio station broadcasting at 89.3 FM in the South Sound area of Washington state. The station is located on The Evergreen State College campus, in Olympia

City/Town: Olympia, WA

“Make No Bones About It.”