1. Federal Subsistence Board Hearing, part 4 of 4.

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    from Bradley Fluetsch, CFA / Added

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    The Federal Subsistence Board conducts a hearing on Kootznoowoo, Inc. petition for Extraterritorial Jurisdiction regarding the lack of Subsistence Sockeye in the Southeast Alaska community of Angoon.

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    • Sextus Empiricus and Madhyamaka at Oxford's Oriental Institute

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      talk by Dr Matthew Neale (of the University of Cambridge) given on 29th April 2015 at the Oriental Institute at the University of Oxford: It is increasingly recognized that Ancient Pyrrhonism bears striking resemblances to Buddhism, and especially to Madhyamaka. This talk introduces Neale's research on the parallels and possible historical connections between the two projects.

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      • Indian Residential Schools and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Understanding the Legacy of Motherless Generat

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        Hosted by UNIFEM Winnipeg Chapter & Global College Institute for International Women’s Rights November 30th, 2010, 7:00 PM Room 2M70 The University of Winnipeg The truth telling and reconciliation process is a sincere indication and acknowledgment of the injustices and harms experienced by Aboriginal people and the need for continued healing. Commissioner Marie Wilson shares some of the stories that show how the process affected girls and young women, the mothers and grandmothers of today. Presentations address how the TRC process has worked in other countries, healing from injustices of the past.

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        • IDP 148 - @Kinda_Rational

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          InspiredDisorder.com/podcast

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          • In the Room with Ernie LaPointe

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            October 20, 2009 We traveled to the Black Hills of South Dakota to interview the great-grandson of Sitting Bull in his home. Ernie LaPointe talks about the great Lakota leader's legacy as a spiritual leader in his time and a reminder for his people in ours. To listen to our produced radio program, "Reimagining Sitting Bull, Tatanka Iyotake," go to http://speakingoffaith.org/programs/2009/sitting-bull/.

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            • 100 min. INDIAN DJ MIX by Mariya Medvedica & Arif Ressmann

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              More beautiful Art visit my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ressmannarif Fine selection of Indian Sounds mixed by Mariya Medvedica & Arif Ressmann (c)

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              • Madurai Sisters Concert

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                This is the Madurai sisters concert held on 14 Jan 2010 at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mylapore, Chennai

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                • Jalan Bahar Hauntings-The Mysterious Passenger (Special Episode)

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                  Reports of a mysterious lady passenger in which she would ask the taxi drivers to send her into one of the cemeteries in the middle of the night are spreading like wildfire. It is about time SGHC goes in to investigate this story. True or untrue, they are about to find out.

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                  • Sitting Bull's Voice

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                    Ernie LaPointe is the only living lineal great grandson of the great Lakota spiritual leader, Sitting Bull. Born on the Pine Ridge Reservation, he grew up speaking Lakota with both his parents having passed on by the time he was 17 years old. He joined the army at 18. He served in Vietnam and came home with a severe case of PTSD. After a 17 year bout with alcoholism and another three years with heavy marijuana use, Ernie decided to come back to his Lakota ways and spirituality. In the process he became Sitting Bull's Voice. Produced by Ernie LaPointe, Bill Matson, and Tim Prokop Running Time: 94 minutes

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                    • 500 Indian Nations Part 3

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                      Video uploaded for educational purposes protected by S.107 of the U.S.C

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