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Basic call to consciousness

Publisher: Summertown, Tenn. : Native Voices, ©2005.
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This impassioned vision of sovereign Native peoples calls for fundamental changes in the policies of developed nations and an end to the destruction of the Natural World. In clear, direct terms leaders of the Haudenosaunee - the Six Nations Iroquois - discuss the importance of honoring the sacred Web of Life, and describe the spiritual roots of their traditional lifestyle which pioneered concepts of peacekeeping and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 1570671591 9781570671593
OCLC Number: 54670385
Description: 160 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The Haudenosaunee : a nation since time immemorial / Segwalise --
Thoughts of peace : the great law / Sotsisowah --
Deskaheh : an Iroquois patriot's fight for international recognition --
Geneva, 1977 : a report on the hemispheric movement of indigenous peoples / José Barreiro --
A basic call to consciousness : the Haudenosaunee address to the western world. Spiritualism, the highest form of political consciousness ; The obvious fact of our continuing existence ; Policies of oppression in the name of "democracy" --
Our strategy for survival / Sotsisowah --
Indigenous into the 21st century / José Barreiro.
Other Titles: Akwesasne notes.
Responsibility: edited by Akwesasne notes ; [preamble, Chief Oren Lyons ; introduction, John Mohawk ; afterword, José Barreiro].

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This impassioned vision of sovereign Native peoples calls for fundamental changes in the policies of developed nations and an end to the destruction of the Natural World. In clear, direct terms leaders of the Haudenosaunee - the Six Nations Iroquois - discuss the importance of honoring the sacred Web of Life, and describe the spiritual roots of their traditional lifestyle which pioneered concepts of peacekeeping and government later emboidied in the United States Constitution.

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