Asha Deliverance With Host Robert Potter and Victory to the Light Radio Show 11-23-2016

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Rob interviews several grass roots activists who have been called to stand in solidarity with over 300 Indian tribes from North America simvastatin price. The people on the ground at standing Rock are brave souls. We owe a great deal of respect and support to all for their constant dedication.

JaneneYazzie and Kern Collymore are human rights and Indigenous Rights Advocates that live and work on the Navajo Nation. They founded Sixth World Solutions, a company working to promote sustainable development through community-led projects and policy that protects local governance authority and tribal sovereignty. They are currently employed with the Little Colorado River Watershed Chapters Association whose mission is to create a community-led watershed planning process rooted in Traditional Ecological Knowledge to achieve Water Security on the Navajo Nation.

Janene and Kern live on the Navaho reservation and were referred to me by JoAnn Armenta And Don Yellowman of the Forgotten Navaho who I worked with in the past.
Janene is an astute activist and articulates the unholy agenda of the corporation of America. Her husband Kern has been running food and supplies to standing rock family who are our light worker boots on the ground in this most important time.
Winterizing Fund: www.gofundme.com/redwarrior camp LegalFund: generosity.com/fundraising/red-warrior-camp-legal-fund-nodapl

Donations for medical supplies: www.medichealercouncil.com

Asha Deliverance has sent domes for free to the standing rock community to provide shelter to those in need. Please check out her website here www.pacificdomes.comShe is committed to a life outside the box. As the founder of Pacific Domes, she is dedicated to the creation of a more sustainable future. She began her college education at 14 years old in Arizona, and became one of UCSC Farm Projects founders before the age of 20. It was at UCSC, now considered the Harvard of organic farming, that Asha constructed her first Dome on an old singer sewing machine. Over the next 15 years Asha constructed countless domes, while working as a Midwife. In 1980 the demand for Domes led Asha to start her own business, Pacific Domes. Asha continues to educate and surround herself with cutting edge ideas and thinkers, promising to create alternatives in technology, shelter, and design.
Good link to watch http://www.redlightning.org/standingrock/

Asha Deliverance

This video is not good news for the people of earth as the evil ones desecrate our sacred mother earth.