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The Many Adorable Kids Marching Worldwide

Hundreds of thousands of people joined women’s marches across the country and the world on Saturday, the first full day of President Trump’s term. Men and women marched for any number of issues, from racial equality to sexism, from climate change to ACA. But there were also kids who showed

How Mexico, N. America Can Trigger an Economic Boom

Baja’s Todos Santos 1st World Women’s Awakening Summit speakers Lynn Wedekind, a vibrational healer, me, and founder Angelica Robinson, beaming after whales spouted on my birthday – launch day! Suzy ‘Stevia’ Chaffee – BanderasNews.com January 11, 2017 Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – In December, the inaugural International Women’s Awakening Summit in

Standing Rock: A Change of Heart

by Charles Eisenstein I am told by Native American friends active at Standing Rock that the elders are counseling the Water Protectors to undertake each action prayerfully and to stay off the warpath. I would like to explain why this advice is not only spiritually sound, but politically astute as

Fishermen, Rock Star Mobilize World Ocean Emergency

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – In October the World Wildlife Fund released a troubling report on CNN, that two thirds of the world’s marine and wildlife could be gone by 2020, that’s just 3 years from now! And it is mainly from rising air and ocean temperatures and over farming, logging

UN Team Working to Restore Coral in Banderas Bay

Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico – On August 30, an “unprecedented breakthrough” in restoring the rapidly disappearing coral from our warming oceans was confirmed at Puerto Vallarta’s Technological Institute (IT) in Nayarit. It is thanks to the team of UN consultant Leonard Sonnenschein, president of the World Aquarium and its Conservation for the Oceans Foundation.

Good Luck Ashton Locklear! Lumbee Olympic Gymnastics Hopeful

Ashton Locklear, 18, is one of America’s leading gymnasts. She won national and international titles in uneven bars in 2014, 2015 and 2016, and was a member of the gold-medal winning U.S. team at the 2014 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Nanning, China.
Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2016/07/08/good-luck-ashton-locklear-lumbee-olympic-gymnastics-hopeful-165073

Be an Olympic Hero: Support Conservation of Oceans

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – The greatest applause during the Olympic’s “spectacular” Green Opening Ceremony in Rio was for regenerating Mother Earth and celebrating our beautiful diversity, from the Refugee Teams, to the female Arab Olympians, the “greatest gymnast ever” Simon Biles, and Brazil’s City of God Olympians, to the strutting Gisele Bundschen.

Rio’s murky waters and Zika mosquito challenges are a preview of coming attractions unless as an Olympic Family, like the musicians and actors, we boldly mobilize to curb climate change. Their warmer waters, combined with their sewer challenges, which they could not fully afford to fix despite spending 1/10 of London’s Opening, resulted in their infections waters.

Did an Oceandance Turn Puerto Vallarta’s Bay Turquoise?

People are buzzing how Puerto Vallarta’s Banderas Bay is a splendid turquoise, especially on sunny cloudless calm days. “This is the most turquoise I have seen in the bay in 15 years,” said iconic fisherman Phil Kerr. Could it be from the unprecedented friendly luminescent blue jellyfish that came here

Opinion: $3.4 Trillion ‘Divestments’ can get Ski Areas and Tribes Clean Energy to Extend Snow and Shorelines

Humanity owes a debt of gratitude to 350.org, founded by Bill McKibben, for helping organize unprecedented numbers of World Peoples Marches, including Pope Francis urging Catholics to join, to ensure world leaders agree on strong legally binding climate agreements at the UN’s 2015 Paris Climate Summit Nov 30-Dec 12. Paris’ 10,000 Shoe Protest, 15 yr old Xiuh Martinez’ “Million Student Walk Out,” and unprecedented world prayer power, including the Shift Network’s Invocation for the UN Conference on Climate Change, also showed who we are, and why we are poised to turn the tide in Paris.

4 Emergency Ways to Extend Snow at Paris’ UN Climate Dec 1!

Native American Olympic Team Foundation  Australian Indigenous Alpine Sports Foundation 4 Emergency Ways to Extend Snow at Paris’ UN Climate Dec 1! Hola Snowlovers! I am alive and Vallarta is still standing, thanks to a miracle that you will see the Indigenous of the Americas helped guide.  It showed how

Mexico’s ‘UN Compassion Week’ Oceandance inspires Whale … Miracle!

Another example of the power of gratitude prayers is Puerto Vallarta’s Azteca-Cherokee led protection ceremony NAOTF organized after the death of a whale: See promo of documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uaaby0o5-CI&feature=youtu.be

The Prestigious Guadalajara U is planning on studying this phenomena that purifies the oceans, fortified by the snowdance phenomena in the US.

Hail to Cal & U.S. Snowdance Pioneers

Hail to Cal & U.S. Snowdance Pioneers,Reno’s Eagle Wing Pageant Dancers, descendents of the Washoe-Paiute-Shoshone dancers who saved the 1960 Squaw Valley Olympics. After being honored for it by the Tahoe Olympians and community in 2012, they then also magnanimously led a snowdance that ended that catastrophic drought with 5 ft of snow.

IMAGINE: Earthrising in 2015 Through Love Songs!

EARTHRISING is a Series on How we can lift each other up higher and higher through harnessing our Imagination, Ancient Tribal Wisdom, Green Technology & Heart Healing Outreaches and Love Songs.

Britain’s beloved Beatle John Lennon wisely wrote the powerful song, “Imagine.” What we imagine, visualize or dream, we manifest. That can be applied to healing Earth, and is even stronger when we collectively and multi-culturally give love and appreciation to Mother Earth’s heart, said a Mayan leader. As a result of some coincidences on New Year’s, my imagination went wild of how we can easily, blissfully, passionately inspire a phenomenal Earthrising in 2015.

Mercury in Fillings: Hidden Danger in Our Own Mouths

My fellow Rutland Vermont skier, Senator Jim Jeffords, passed on at age 80 in August, but his contributions live on. While chairman of the Environmental Committee, partnered with his confidant Jeff Munger (Iroquois) and seven other Native leaders, we helped reduce U.S. dental mercury by 48 percent. In 2013 this helped inspire 105 nations to sign a Global Mercury Treaty “to protect the environment by agreeing to phase down dental amalgam.”

What a surprise as I thought Americans and Canadians lost completely their links with the ancient roots, knowledge and traditions of the original inhabitants, so thanks for sharing and all your efforts. --Eduardo de la Barrera, Latin American

NAOTF’s inspiring work is helping bring racial harmony to America.”       -- President Bill Clinton

“As co-founder and Vice Chair of the U.S. House of Representative’s Native American Caucus (60 members), congratulations on your Native American Millennial Ski events. It’s heartening to know that there are groups like yours across America that are working to better the lives of their Indian friends and neighbors."     --Patrick Kennedy, Member of Congress 

"Congratulations on all the efforts of Native American Olympic Team Foundation. All of us at Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation hope that the success of our "Future Ute Olympians Program" (taught by Billy's Olympic coaches) will stimulate other resorts and towns to host Native American youth for ski and snowboarding experiences. If we may be of further help in spreading the word, please let us know." --Chris Diamond, President, and Billy Kidd, Director of Skiing