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Apr 22
2016
MOTHER EARTH DAY SUQUAMISH INDIGENOUS YOUTH SUMMIT

MOTHER EARTH DAY

Native Children’s Survival Youth Ambassador Ta’Kaiya Blaney and President Robby Romero will be addressing the Indigenous Youth Summit on Climate Change on Mother Earth Day at Suquamish House of Awakened Cultural, Suquamish, Washington. The presentation will include the screening of two music pictures EARTH REVOLUTION and WHO’S GONNA SAVE YOU along with live performances, a keynote address and a Q&A.

As part of Native Children’s Survival Youth Campaign for Climate Justice EARTH REVOLUTION premiered at the Conference of Youth in Paris, France on the eve of the historic 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21). The screening was prefaced by H.E. Laurent Fabius, French Foreign Minister and President of COP21.

On World Environment Day 5 June 2016 EARTH REVOLUTION will drop digitally on iTunes, Amazon and leading music stores around the world.

WHO’S GONNA SAVE YOU first Premiered on SABC during the United Nations Climate Change Conference in South Africa. A Deluxe Edition featuring the music single and music video dropped on 21 December 2012 inclusively on iTunes .

The campaign continues…

 

Chief Leschi School

Apr 21
2016
NCS AT CHIEF LESCHI SCHOOLS

Robby Romero

Photo: Rima Krisst

Ta'Kaiya

Photo: Heather Craig

 

 

 

 

 

 

Puyallup, Washington: Native Children’s Survival (NCS) President Robby Romero and Youth Ambassador Ta’Kaiya Blaney will be addressing Chief Leschi Schools in Puyallup, Washington on the eve of Mother Earth Day. The presentation will include the screening of two music pictures EARTH REVOLUTION and WHO’S GONNA SAVE YOU along with live performances, a keynote address and a Q&A.

Chief Leschi Schools is the largest Bureau of Indian Affairs School with approximately 890 students representing 60+ Tribal Nations and bands from throughout Indian Country. Robby Romero performed at the opening of Chief Leschi Schools in 1996. 2016 marks Chief Leschi Schools 20th Anniversary.

Chief Leschi students will be presented with  United Nations booklets on the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. NCS believes that the implementation of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is crucial to solving the Climate Crisis and protecting the world’s remaining wild places and sacred sites.

Dennis Hopper The Last Movie

Apr 15, 2016 DENNIS HOPPER DAYS 2016

COUNTDOWN TO DENNIS HOPPER DAYS MAY 14 – 17, 2016

Photo: Lisa Eisner

Photo: Lisa Eisner

“Dennis Hopper Day Descends On Taos, N.M.”

– New York Times Magazine

“Motorcycles, Movie Stars, Mellow Vibes”

– Taos Tempo Magazine

TAOS, NEW MEXICO: The 3rd Annual Dennis Hopper Day has become Dennis Hopper Days. Festivities included the 3rd Annual Easy Rider Ride & Rally, Post Ride Buffalo BBQ & Concert, Los Rios River Runners Rafting Trip , Rebel Film Festival, and the Dennis Hopper Commemoration Celebration.

‘Get your motor running’ and ‘head out on the highway’ to the 3rd annual
Dennis Hopper Days happening!

For more information visit: DennisHopperDay.com