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Apr 22, 2014 ROBBY ROMERO MOTHER EARTH DAY INTERVIEW

Project Protect Awareness Campaign

ETE recoKTAO logording artist Robby Romero to be interviewed by Brad Hockmeyer, founder of KTAOS 101.9 FM World Famous Solar Radio today at 3:00 PM MST for an International Mother Earth Day special.

 

Referring to the this day as Mother Earth Day helps to shift the paradigm and creates a deeper understanding about the interrelationship between human beings and the earth our mother.” – Robby Romero

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Learn more about Mother Earth Day HERE

 

Apr 21
2014
MOTHER EARTH DAY


WE ARE THE SEVENTH GENERATION

On  22 April 2014, a day designated by the United Nations as International Mother Earth Day, UNM-Taos Solar Campus will be hosting a tour, reception, screening and award ceremony to honor seven eighth-grade students from the Taos Pueblo Day School who participated in the public service announcement “We Are The Seventh Generation” co-produced by UNM-Taos and Native Children’s Survival in partnership with the American Indian Law Alliance and the Seventh Generation Fund.

“We are the Seventh Generation,” presents the thoughts and aspirations of Indigenous children regarding the future of mother earth. Award-winning actress and Native Children’s Survival Board Member, Irene Bedard (Pocahontas, Smoke Signals, The New World, Lakota Woman) worked with the participating students on camera. The PSA premiered at an event titled, “Celebrating and Commemorating the Rights of Mother Earth for the Seventh Generation: Sharing our Vision of the Past, Present and Future Generations” at the twelfth session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues at the United Nations Headquarters in NYC on 20 May 2013.

Share your thoughts and aspirations on the Rights of Mother Earth @NCStweets and NCS/Facebook

Dakota Romero

Mar 18, 2014 DAKOTA COVERS A TIMELESS HIT

Dakota has had a busy winter in the studio recording her second single Por un Minuto, working on tracks for her upcoming self titled debut EP and shooting a new music video for her cover of the First Nations singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie classic hit Until It’s Time For You To Go.

The music video for Until It’s Time For You To Go was shot on location in New Mexico with the main location set at Dennis Hopper’s Historic El Cortez Theatre in Ranchos de Taos. “I instantly identified with the song the very first time I heard it at a private event Buffy performed at during Indian Market in Santa Fe.” Dakota said. According to Sainte-Marie, the song “popped into my head while I was falling in love with someone I knew couldn’t stay with me.”

Until It’s Time For You To Go was originally released in 1965 on Sainte-Marie’s album Many a Mile. The song was a UK Top 20 hit for British group The Four Pennies in 1965, a US Top 10 hit for Elvis Presley in 1971 and a US Hot 100 single for Neil Diamond and Andy Williams. The song has also been covered by Willie Nelson, Cher, Jim Croce, Barbra Streisand, Glen Campbell, Nancy Sinatra, Paul Anka, Roberta Flack, Eddy Arnold, Helen Reddy and Bobby Darin, to name a few.

Stay in-touch with Dakota at DAKOTAROMERO.COM