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I am truly humbled by what I read on the WOLE site. I realize that what I am sending is but a drop in the bucket.  I wish I could do more, and I will always be thinking about how I can make more contributions.

I applaud you for the wonderful work you are doing,  please know that there is a world of people who are simply in awe of you and your amazing work and care more than you will ever know.

All the best,

September 1, 2011



Thank you ArtBehindBars.org for the hand painted kiddies t-shirts donated for 2008 Christmas giving.


I would like to thank all ladies from Knitting Paradise Forum [ http://www.knittingparadise.com/ ] for their help in making and sending knit winter items to the Rosebud Reservation.


I would like to thank Sister Eden for her pledge of a monthly donation to help the people on the Rosebud Reservation.


April 10th, 2013

A thank you to Joy Howard and Rebecca Rameriz for hats fot the Kunnaway people way up north.
Also a thank you to Priemer Yarns and Red Heart Yarns for their donations of goods.


The Leaflady



First Voices - Tiokasin Ghost Horse

First Voices Indigenous Radio
Thursdays, 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Host Tiokasin Ghost Horse
tele: 212-209-2979
Website: earthpeoples.org
Email address: firstvoices at wbai.org
Program description:

First Voices brings to the airwaves the experiences, perspectives and struggles of Indigenous people who have been almost totally excluded from both mainstream and progressive, alternative media. Our purpose is to help ensure the continuance and survival of Indigenous cultures and Nations by letting the People tell their own story, in their own words, and often in their own languages and ways of speaking. And with as little outside interference and interruption as possible.

As we open up the airwaves week after week to the voices seldom heard in the last 511 years, it is our hope that the newcomers to this Land - that is, every immigrant group - will begin to question their assumptions about Indigenous people here. We hope they become educated and informed, get activated, break down their romanticization, break free of their stereotypes, and begin to form real relationships with Indigenous communities based, finally, on respect and real understanding.

This one hour is devoted to bringing the voices of the Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island (i.e., North America) and connecting their struggles with those of other Indigenous Peoples around the world. And while never forgetting that standing upon Mother Earth is a great responsibility.

We ask our guests with great respect to do the honor of coming on the program to offer their knowledge, wisdom, and experience, a knowledge that has been handed down over hundreds of thousands of years. It is a responsibility we take very seriously, and we know it is with great urgency that we ask these voices to be shared in this time of changes. We hope we offer our listeners a perspective they have been missing for far too long. The voice America has tried to silence, the voices of Indigenous Peoples.

Tiokasin knows that First Voices Indigenous Radio belongs to all the Native Peoples here in Turtle Island (renamed North America by the occupiers). The responsibilities that can be taught by listening to the real land owners(so to speak) and understanding the knowledge, the wisdom, the struggles, and the unheard voices.

It is said that if the lies continue about Native peoples it will create an illusion that all Americans will dearly pay for in the future…and the future is now. What kind of world are Americans creating with their priviledge of denying Native people’s voice and the reality of truth that Natives experience daily.

Tiokasin’s global perspective reality is the experience of living with and understanding these two worlds - Indigenous and non-Indigenous. The teachings of the Lakota are profoundŠ.and relevant in the universe today! Lakota knowledge empowers through inclusion, by teaching responsibility of choices. This contributes to an emerging world, affecting the environmental/Mother Earth issues we as human beings ponder when it comes to what it means to be civilized.

Tiokasin Ghosthorse

WBAI Pacifica Radio covers an audience area of 21 million
Who is really listening?
Mother Earth will have her day and night…..forever!


The Land Institute

The Land Institute
2440 E. Water Well Road
Salina, KS 67401
(785) 823-5376
(785) 823-8728 fax
theland at landinstitute.org


Red Nations

We’re pleased to have formed a partnership with Red Nations, undergraduate Native American students at Cal Poly Pomona. Red Nations collects donations and funds, and travels to Reservations to assist with distribution.

Red Nations


Native Metis Women’s Council

Thanks to the Native Metis Women’s Council for their support.


NAMAPAHH First People’s Radio and News



Warm Woolies

Warm Woolies



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