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Kinder Morgan, NED Gas Pipeline Open House; latest invasion of high-pressure gas pipelines coming in from Pa. with fracked gas and into NY.....Anti-pipeline citizens held a Press Conference before the Open House and we had testimonies by several including our Mohawk Nation brethren and this video features their dance, chants, drumming and music....inspiring to have them and interact musically with them..thanks, Mohawk Brothers for coming from four hours away in NY to support this event; blessings and Ho....
Extract from Mohawk Nation chapter 4-02 from the Eye in the Pyramid, Book One of the Illuminatus Trilogy by Robert Anton Wilson and Robert Shea Soundtrack from the Audio Book featuring Ken Campbell and Christopher Fairbank For Educational purposes, no copyright infringement intended
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A public service announcement addressing the policies related to alcohol consumption. Hoya Hoya!
A final tribute to the Mohawk Nation, which lasted from 2003 until 2017. It no longer has a purpose, and so has become defunct. It will live in through its histories and its relics. A history can be downloaded here: https://www.mediafire.com/?fmocx89ridl71kn
Stuart Myiow Jr. and Sr. Mohawk Nation, Wolf Clan Representative; Kanienkehaka (Mohawk) Traditional Council filmed in Park Jarry, Montreal, Quebec on the last day of the 2016 World Social Forum. Mohawk Nation representative, Stuart Myiow and his father (Jr and Sr) accompanied by a French translator, surprise a small workshop reporting back on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Canada. Stuart begins to speak and continues for well onto almost 4 hours, (continued in another room) mesmerizing the audience and the history of the native peoples of the region. This impromptu and unofficial talk attracted activists as the talk went on, as Stuart offered many fresh interpretations of history and the light of the First Nation. recorded with a handheld iPhone (excuse the unstable picture), ...
Kontiwennenhawi and Bear Fox of the Mohawk Nation performed as part of a multicultural celebration on January 26 to celebrate the Lunar New Year at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. The group was sandwiched between a Vietnamese fashion show and a performance by a North Korean traditional marching band. Before beginning their performance, one member of the group told a short version of the Mohawk Nation's Grandmother Moon story, a story that would typically take hours or days to tell properly. One of the songs the group sang gives thanks for all the waters of Mother Earth, from the oceans, down to the dew on the grass.