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2011 Honor The Earth Grantee Lakota Solar Enterprise's Henry Red Cloud Wins Prestigious Energy Globe World Award

Vienna, Austria — The 2012 Energy Globe World Award was presented today to Henry Red Cloud an Oglala Lakota from the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Mr. Red Cloud, owner of Lakota Solar Enterprises, was presented with the 17-kilo bronze statue in honor of his project "A Better Future through Natural Power Energy ", which was also the winning project in the category of Youth.

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Winona LaDuke Speaking at PowerShift 2012

Winona LaDuke gave the keynote speech at the Powershift 2012 gathering in Ottawa on October 28th, 2012. Power Shift 2012 will gather young people from across the country to build on this momentum and strengthen the movement for climate and environmental justice.

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Russell Means: A Hero Moves On

He was a hero. Make no mistake about it. And, his death in late October, is a great loss to America, not just American Indians, he challenged us a to be better people.

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Regranting Fall Deadline!

Now announcing our Building Resilience in Indigenous Communities grantmaking Fall deadline! All applications must be submitted by October 17th. For details, please click here

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Honor the earth announces new board of directors and new grant offering

Honor the Earth, a twenty year old Indigenous led environmental advocacy and re- granting organization is pleased to announce our new board of directors, and a new grants’ cycle beginning immediately.

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Benefit for Honor the Earth September 14th and 15th

Medicine for the People is playing Tom's Burned Down Cafe on Madeline Island the 14th and 15th of September. The show on the 15th will be a benefit for Honor the Earth--proceeds to go toward the protection of the waters of the Great Lakes from mining.

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Join us in celebrating Winona LaDuke’s birthday!

All proceeds to benefit Honor the Earth For the protection of future generations, and the waters of the Great Lakes

Native foods, music and art will be available for purchase Free information and free conversation! Funds will go to the folks fighting the mines in Keewenaw Bay,Bad River and other sites in the region

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Black Hills Auction: The Auction of the Sacred

As the wind breathes out of Wind Cave in my face, I am reminded of the creation of humans and my own small place in this magnificent world. Wind Cave National Park is named for the cave itself, called Washun Niya, or the Breathing Hole of Mother Earth by the Lakota People. In this creation story, it is from here that they emerged to this world.

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The Auction of the Sacred

As the wind breathes out of Wind Cave in my face, I am reminded of the creation of humans and my own small place in this magnificent world.  Wind Cave National Park is named for the Cave itself, called Washun Niya, or the Breathing Hole of Mother Earth,  by the Lakota People.  In this creation story, it is from here that they emerged to this world.

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In-depth Story on the Keystone Pipeline by JOHN H. RICHARDSON

Whether to build the international pipeline, designed to convey the Tar-sands oil from the massive deposits in Western Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast for refining, has not only become an explosive issue in this year's presidential election, it has become central to the debate over the future habitability of planet earth. A special report.

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