RED ROAD - 2004

Red Road 2004

Earth Day Concert
NYC, NY 

Photo: Teressa Tunney

Red Road 2004

International Indian Treaty Council Ajumawi Territory
Photo: Monique Sonoquie

Red Road 2004

Rock The Rez Vote Tour
Ojibwe Territory

Photo: Steve Premo

3RD ANNUAL PRE-HOLIDAY SHOW With Martha Redbone, Brandi Courtney and hosted by Dennis Banks.
Northern Lights, Leech Lake Rez, MN. Dec 19, 2004 6-9 PM
PINE RIDGE INDIAN RESERVATION’S 35TH INAUGURATION Inauguration of Cecelia Fire Thunder as president and Alex White Plume as vice president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe.
Saturday December 11, 2004 at 1:00 p.m. at the Little Wound School in Kyle, Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota.
POTAWATOMI NATION CREATE LARGE HUMAN AERIAL MESSAGE with artist John Quigley TO GET OUT THE NATIVE VOTE at the “Rock The Rez Vote Concert
and Rally” Potawatomi Recreation Center November 1st 2004 featuring Robby Romero & RED THUNDER
13TH ANNUAL EVENING OF POETRY & MUSIC with Dennis Banks, Jackie Bird, Lakota Singers Drum Group, Wastewewin Gonzalez, Deanna Beaulieu, Neil McKay, Ray “Chez” Brown, W.Roger Buffalohead, Justin Huenemann and Jerry Dearly.
Whitney Fine Arts Theater, Minneapolis, MN November 23rd, 2004 7-10 PM
YOUTH LEADERS IN ACTION “CALL TO THE NATION” WITH ROBERT F. KENNEDY JR. A pro-environmental rally on the Pearl Street Mall, Boulder Colorado October 20th, 2004 at 3:30 PM
KGNU 88.5 FM Boulder, Co Public Radio October 31, 2004
WNYC STUDIO 360 September 24 Weekend 2004
KSFR 90.7 FM SANTA FE PUBLIC RADIO September 11, 2004 6:00 PM MST
MINNESOTA PUBLIC RADIO September 7, 2004
CHIEF EXECUTIVE ALL BAND MEMBER CONFERENCE Saturday, August 28, 2004
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
TRADITIONAL CIRCLE OF ELDERS & YOUTH GATHERING August 11 2004, Turtle Mountain Territory
ROCK THE REZ VOTE CAMPAIGN TOUR FALL 2004 “Remember, Indians on reservations have only had the right to vote since 1924. When our great-grandparents were alive, land and rights were taken away from them, and they couldn’t stop it. Today we can do something about our well-being and our future. We can elect men and women who will do what is best for Americans, including Indians. Please get out and vote.”
– Melanie Benjamin, Chief Executive Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
RED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA Inauguration Concert
August 10 2004 7:00 PM Red Lake Rez MN
Honoring Chairman-elect Floyd “Buck” Jourdain
‘RED ROCKS’ – Native Music Talk Show: Hosted by Niki Sandoval, Produced & Directed by Monique Sonoquie. Friday August 6, Santa Barbara Channels 17/21 (Public Access Station) 4:00-7:00 pm
‘THE SYNCRETIC REVOLUTION’ UCSB Radio Program: A powerful mix of radical political analysis and international liberation music Hosted by Marcelino Sepoveda.
Friday August 6, www.kcsb.org 2:00-3:00 pm
IN THE LIGHT OF REVERENCE’, a film by the Sacred Lands Film Project: Thursday August 5th, Marjorie Luke Theatre, Santa Barbara 7:00-9:30 pm
WOJB Native Radio Live Broadcast from Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Nation’s 31st Annual Honor The Earth Traditional Pow Wow
July 16-18 2004
INTERNATIONAL INDIAN TREATY COUNCIL – 30th Anniversary Conference:
July 8-11. Ajumawi Territory, Northern California.
Hosted by the Pit River Indian Nation
www.treatycouncil.org
Featured live on Earth Cycles 90.3 FM and fed internationally via a webcast at earthcycles.net.
OGLALA COMMEMORATION CONCERT: June 26, Loneman School Pine Ridge Rez, Oglala, SD
COMMUNITY WIND ENERGY A National Conference for New Models of Wind Development: June 23, 2004, Minneapolis Convention Center, MPLS MN
INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENT NETWORK “PROTECTING MOTHER EARTH” Conference: June 19-20, 2004 Black Hills, SD
Featured live on Earth Cycles 90.3 FM and fed internationally via a webcast at earthcycles.net.
PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES May 10-21 2004 UNITED NATIONS, NYC When the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues met at the United Nations for the first time in May 2002, it was an historical moment for many who had worked for years to make the forum a reality. As they had long sought, Indigenous Peoples were able to speak for themselves in a new way, to present their views as full-fledged members of the United Nations body. – United Nations
For additional Information please visit www.un.org/esa/socdev/pfi

APRIL 22, NATIVE CHILDREN’S SURVIVAL’S launch of “r u 2 cool 2 care.”
PERMANENT PROTECTION OF YOUR WILD PLACES” PSA Campaign hosted by Chief Oren Lyons with a live performance by Robby Romero & Red Thunder featuring music from the upcoming summer release, “PAINT THE WORLD” Joe’s Pub, New York Public Theater.

Public Service Announcement Campaign |
Earth Day 2004

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Wisdom of the Elders A new National Public Radio program from Native America.
Native American Wind Powering America renewable energy educational VHS/DVD.
March 24, Live Web Cast concert on www.redzone.org/payupexxon with performances by Robby Romero, Malani O’Toole, David Grimes and Joanne Rand and featuring the spoken word of Dune Lankard, Julia Butterfly, Peter Coyote, and Scientist Riki Ott. This event marks the dark 15 anniversary of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill.
February 29, “Hidden Medicine” screening at the Siskiyou Environmental Film Festival. As the U.S. Forest Service proposes an immense salvage logging proposal, 518 million board feet over 45 square miles, that would severely damage one of America’s premier natural landscapes: the Siskiyou National Forest of southern Oregon. This is the most extreme logging project EVER proposed by the Forest Service anywhere in the nation.