|We are honored to announce the upcoming Oglala Commemoration...
June 26, 2001
Loneman School, Oglala, South Dakota
The ceremonies (beginning at sunrise) on June 26th, 2001 will be led by Chief Arvol Looking Horse, 19th Generation Keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe.
|Chief Arvol Looking Horse|
|~ Oglala Commemoration Guest Speakers ~
American Indian Movement National Field Director's Office
American Indian Movement Grand Governing Council and NCRSM
Reign of Terror Survivor and member of the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
Wounded Knee '73 Veteran
Editor of Prison Writings: My Life Is My Sundance
|Author Of "Wisdomkeepers"|
|This event will be recorded by Tricia King for the nationally syndicated radio program Different Drums.|
|~ PERFORMERS ~|
|!!Native American Music Award (NAMA) Winner!!|
|Who Is Redsoul?|
Jim Page is a singer and songwriter from Seattle, Washington.
Mr. Page wrote and recorded the songs "Song for Leonard Peltier" and "Blow Dakota Blow" (A song about Anna Mae Aquash), both of which are on the "Songs for Leonard Peltier" CD.
Jackie Bird is a singer, artist, designer, fancy shawl dancer and hoop dance performer.
|All funds generated by this event and/or associated sales are earmarked for Leonard Peltier's Oglala Projects
For More Information:
NEW! Oglala Commemoration Map
LINK TO OUR SITE
|Last updated on June 17, 2001.|