Robby Romero stands in solidarity with the Gwich’in People at the Biennial Gwich’inGathering inVashraiiK’oo(Arctic Village, Alaska) July 25-29, 2016.
Since 1988, the people of theGwich’inNation have spoken with a unified voice to protect the Sacred Place Where Life BeginsIzhikGwat’sanGwandaiiGoodlitthe birthplace and nursery grounds of the Porcupine Caribou Herd, the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from oil exploration and development.
In this era of record global warming and climate change, this year is an urgent time in the fight for permanent protection of the sacred birthplace of the caribou in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. We will celebrate and we give thanks to President Obama for sending the first-ever proposed Arctic Refuge Wilderness recommendation to Congress.
All Nations and friends of theGwich’inare welcome. This will be a time to meet new people and visit with friends and relatives, enjoy traditional foods, music, dance, and games, and keep the Sacred Fire Burning.
Ta’Kaiya Blaney performs and delivers a keynote address at the Education Beyond Boarders Conference. The conference theme is Boys as Global Citizens and today at the first official session Ta’Kaiya was the opening speaker. Education Beyond Borders is a non-profit NGO devoted to closing the global education divide through teacher professional development and community education. Ta’Kaiya’s presentation took place in the Unneeded Coast Salish Territories at St. George’s School in Vancouver, BC.
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES ON THE FRONT LINES OF CLIMATE CHANGE
This year’s United Nations’ World Environment Day (WED) Celebrations are hosted by Angola, a country seeking to restore its elephant herds, conserve Africa’s biodiversity-rich wildlife, and safeguard the environment as it continues to rebuild after more than a quarter-century of civil war.
Sunday 5 June 2016 Native Children’s Survival encourages you to listen toIndigenous Rights Radio Coveragebridging the gap between Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights and the Environment.
Ta’Kaiya Blaney, NCS Youth Ambassador will join the 66th United Nations DPI / NGO Conference to explore why cultivating empathy and a scientific appreciation for the natural world, environmental justice, and responsibility towards future generations must be at the core of education for global citizenship. In today’s era of climate change, global pollution, natural resource depletion, and threats to biodiversity, societies are reassessing the value placed on the natural environment and exploring how formal and informal education, training and grassroots advocacy can strengthen humankind’s capacities to exist on this planet.
St.Paul, MN: Ta’Kaiya Blaney, NCS Youth Ambassador will deliver a keynote address at the Children & Nature Network 2016 International Conference & Nature Summit May 24th – 27th at the Saint Paul River Centre in Saint Paul, MN.
Ta’Kaiya’s new music picture EARTH REVOLUTION will be screened during the conference and will drop exclusively on iTunes on World Environment Day 5 June 2016.
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Taholah, WA: Native Children’s Survival President Robby Romero and Youth Ambassador Ta’Kaiya Blaney travel along the Olympic Peninsula from the Makah Indian Reservation to the Quinault Indian Nation for a multimedia presentation at the Taholah Indian School. The presentation will include the screening of WHO’S GONNA SAVE YOU and EARTH REVOLUTION. These two music pictures are a part of the Native Children’s Survival Youth Campaign for Climate Justice.
The EARTH REVOLUTION single and music video will drop digitally on World Environment Day 5 June 2016 exclusively on iTunes. The deluxe addition of WHO’S GONNA SAVE YOU includes the single and music video and is available now on iTunes.
Neah Bay, WA: Native Children’s Survival Youth Campaign for Climate Justice makes a stop at the Makah Museum on the Makah Indian Reservation. The Makah Indian Reservation is on the northwest tip of the Olympic Peninsula across from the Canadian border of British Columbia and includes Tatoosh Island.
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 .
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.
The name COP21 speaks for itself. Twenty-one years of negotiation and the pursuit of profit at the expense of the environment and future generations is indeed historic. Especially when the agreement includes false solutions to the climate crises and violates the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Mother Earth and all our relations.
“What we do now in this moment or fail to, will be humanity’s defining legacy” – Robby Romero
On the occasion of the closing ceremony of ArtCOP21, Dakota Romero, singer-songwriter, actress and Native Children’s Survival board member, will end the programme with her unique voice and multicultural style.
“Until we understand our connection, only then will we understand our responsibility.” – Dakota
The ceremony will start at 6pm on 11 December 2015 at the Gaîté lyrique, Paris, France.
ArtCOP21 is an exploration of the cultural stakes of climate change. More than 200 artists, poets, professionals, scientists and thinkers imagine together other narratives and other perspectives to reinvent our world.
Join the EARTH REVOLUTION to demand world leaders to change before our climate does.
From the Arctic to the Amazon Indigenous Sisters and Brothers unite for the rights of Mother Earth.
Ta’Kaiya Blaney, singer-songwriter, actress and Native Children’s Survival (NCS) Youth Ambassador will be joined by Dakota Romero, singer-songwriter, actress and NCS Board Member in a special concert during the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP21.
The concert is being held on 9 December 2015 at 8 PM at the LA BELLEVILLOSIE Paris, France.
Join the EARTH REVOLUTION to demand world leaders to change before our climate does. Sign TheClimate Action PetitionNow!
Support our peaceful and spiritual resistance to protect and defend Sacred Waterways, Cultural Sites, Burial Grounds, and endangered Wildlife Habitat from the "Black Snake" Dakota Access Pipeline being built by Energy Transfer Partners and Enbridge.