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News Articles; Videos; Radio Show Archive

 

NEWS ARTICLES; INTERVIEWS;
MEDIA MENTIONS

For interviews or media inquiries with representatives of the Schaghticoke First Nations, contact sfn.tribal.email@gmail.com

REDDIT

January 22, 2020

THE RIVER

Cordelia Schiller
DEC 29, 2019

PATCH

Samantha Kulish

Oct 21, 2019

TRIBAL LINK

September 23, 2019

NATURE 4 CLIMATE

September 23, 2019

DAZED

NATURE 4 CLIMATE

September 22, 2019

PENN STATE

September 17, 2019

Podcast
July 2019

RADICAL JOY

May 2019

BROOKLYN VEGAN

BrooklynVegan Staff
April 26, 2019

Camp Cope, Thin Lips & Oceanator played Warsaw (pics, videos, review)

DUTCHESS COUNTY PROGRESSIVE ALLIANCE

Karen Holloway
April 17, 2019

WAMC

ALLISON DUNNE
 JAN 29, 2019

REMEZCLA

Christine Bolaños
January 15, 2019

WILD EARTH BLOG

Sachem Hawk Storm
January 9th, 2019

 NORTH STAR FUND

Dec. 4, 2018

THE DAY

September 26. 2018

CT POST

NICE Festival returns to Norwalk, celebrates world’s diversity, culture

THE PAWLING RECORD

Dorian Winslow
June 15, 2018 

PARTNERSHIP FOR GLOBAL JUSTICE

Newsletter p. 14
April 2018

THE BERKSHIRE EDGE

October 20, 2017

CULTURAL SURVIVAL

Roberto Múkaro Borrero
June 2017

Amy Goodman
Apr 29, 2017

Antonia Shoumatoff
Oct 12th, 2016

RADIO ROTARY

September 17 & 18, 2016

August 2016

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL

Al Stone Heart Conley
July 11, 2016

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL

Anthony P. Musso 
May 31, 2016

Dover steeped in Native-American history

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL

 POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL

Valerie LaRobardier
May 7, 2016

65TH ANNUAL UN DPI/NGO CONFERENCE

August 28, 2014

BROOKLYN FRIENDS SCHOOL

April 2014

Sharing the River of Life: Teach In - Honoring Native Treaties -  Protecting the Earth

 
 

BEYOND THE 7TH FIRE RADIO: KINGSTON PUBLIC

Your host, Hawk Storm is a hereditary Sachem (Chief), a direct descendant of Massasoit, Weetamoo, Tuspaquin, Sassacus, Mioneamie, Katonah, Wamsutta, Warrups, and Mauwee. His life’s journey has been one of reclamation, re-indigenization, and reconnection to land. Co-host Baxter Clinton is an enrolled member of the Schaghticoke First Nations and the youngest member of the Tribal Council. Beyond the 7th Fire Radio is a way to bring light to the conversations and stories not so different from his own stories of separation. Hawk Storm’s work at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and with the International Indian Treaty Council, as well as the relationships he has built in his tribe, the Schaghticoke, close to home and around the world, will ignite the conversations on the radio show. Beyond the 7th Fire comes from the Anishinaabe prophecy that says, we’re in the time of the seventh fire – the scorched path we are on is the path of least resistance but leads to our ultimate demise. If we travel down the green path it will lead into the 8th fire of unity and love. Come join us on our journey down the green path, as we ignite the 8th fire together.

 

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