Earth Initiatives : The Black Hills Unity Concert
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Founded in 2014, The Black Hills Unity Concert promotes a greater understanding of indigenous peoples among the general public regarding American Indian and Alaskan Native peoples and rights.
We pray for a resolution to this issue — bringing together Indigenous Nations with those on the right side of justice to return the guardianship of the Black Hills to the Great Sioux Nation.
The Black Hills Unity Concert is a gathering of members of the Pte Oyate (Buffalo Nation, also called the Great Sioux Nation), artists, performers and concerned global citizens committed to educating and raising support for the Black Hills Initiative. Its organizers and participants believe that the only way for the United States of America to be truly great is to honor its word. Honor the treaties. Join us in healing the Heart of a Nation by restoring the guardianship of the Black Hills to the Great Sioux Nation.
The Black Hills Unity Concert is free and open to the public. For more information on the Black Hills Unity Concert including venue location, schedule of events, list of performers and lodging please visit theunityconcert.com
Black Hills Unity Concert 2017
Black Hills Unity Concert honors #NoDAPL participants. By Richie Richards – Native Sun News Today Correspondent- PIEDMONT. Festival honors Standing Rock water protector .
The Black Hills Unity Concert honored several invited guests for their various contributions to tribal nations, community leadership and environmental activism. Among those being honored were the Water Protectors of Standing Rock.
Elders sign proclamation for indigenous rights, closing the fourth annual Unity Concert to support the Black Hills Initiative.
Time expires on Black Hills payment to tribes: Legislation needed Indigenous rights leaders proclaim: U.N. declaration guides sacred land security
By Talli Nauman- Native Sun News Today – Health & Environment Editor. Elders sign proclamation for indigenous rights, closing the fourth annual Unity Concert to support the Black Hills Initiative. The Sept 10 signing here of an elders’ proclamation for indigenous rights culminated the fourth annual Unity Concert to support the Black Hills Initiative.
Photos from the Unity Concert 2017. Credit: David Braun
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More information: theunityconcert.com
Purpose: Black Hills Initiative ~ Fountain – Paha Sapa Alliance
If you would prefer to donate by mail, send your tax-deductible donation to:
Return the Black Hills
The Center for Sacred Studies
PO Box 2904
Guerneville, CA 95446
Your donations support a common prayer for peace and unity !