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Running postman- Kennedia prostrata

Running postman- Kennedia prostrata

Native to Southern Australia, this low spreading ground cover is happiest in a moist, well drained soil. It has bright red pea flowers from April to December that are followed by seed pods and it grows well in hanging pots. 58 more words

Natives

Interview with Kanahus Manuel

Yuct Ne Senxiymetkwe Camp Stands Up to Imperial Metals and the Mount Polley Mine Disaster

http://www.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/kanahus_manuel_final.mp3

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Kanahus is a mother and warrior from the Secwpemc Nation in the Shuswap region of so-called British Columbia. 145 more words

Indigenous

Botolan, Zambales

Two weeks ago, I went to Zambales with my mother and her friends. They were on to something exciting. 70 more words

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Forgotten Origin: Our theory

Our theory
Steven and Evan Strong

In consultation with Elders of Australia, we believe we have rediscovered a hidden history. We have written five books “Constructing a New World Map”, “Mary Magdalene’s Dreaming”, “Forgotten Origin”, “Ancient Aliens in Australia” (co-written with Daniella Cardenas and Bruce Fenton) and “Shunned” that rewrite the history of Australia and the world. 294 more words

Australia

Navajo Nation to Receive $554 Million from US Government in Record Settlement | The Mind Unleashed

On Friday September 26th in Window Rock, Arizona, leaders of the Navajo Nation and the US Government will sign a settlement that compensates the Navajo Nation for the federal government’s mishandling of their land during the past 60 years. 148 more words

Indigenous