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TA’KAIYA BLANEY

Vancouver, BC: Ta’Kaiya Blaney to perform on Mother Earth Day. The Metro Vancouver Collaborative Cascadia Green Building Council is launching Vancouver’s biggest Earth Day event with an evening of entertainment and inspiration entitled “Innovation in Sustainability.”

Speakers include Grand Chief Stewart Phillip.

Mother Earth is inviting and encouraging us to party hearty on her behalf, as if our lives depended on it. Since 2011, Vancouverites have flocked to Commercial Drive for a parade (begins at Commercial and Broadway at 1pm) and festival (Grandview Park 2-5pm).

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SAVING MY TOMORROW

Ta'Kaiya

A MOTHER EARTH DAY SPECIAL

New York, New York: Native Children’s Survival Youth Ambassador Ta’Kaiya Blaney featured in the HBO Special “Saving My Tomorrow”.

This Mother Earth Day Special premiers Saturday, April 22 at 7PM/6C on HBO Family and is also available on HBO Now, HBO GO and HBO On Demand.

For additional times and listings, go to HBO.com

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Watch all episodes of Saving My Tomorrow Beginning at 4:30PM/3:30C on HBO Family.

STANDING WITH MOTHER EARTH

DENNIS BANKS & ROBBY ROMERO

Los Angeles, CA: On the eve of Mother Earth Day UCLA American Indian Studies Center presents “Standing With Mother Earth” with Dennis Banks and Robby Romero. Special guests include Raye Zaragoza (singer songwriter) with opening blessings by Tongva elder, Gloria Arellanes.

The event is open to the public and will be held at UCLA Haines Auditorium A18 on Friday, April 21, 2017, 5-7pm.

On April 22, 2009, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed April 22 International Mother Earth Day. Bolivia’s Indigenous President Evo Morales Ayma commended members of the world body who had “taken a historic stand for Mother Earth”.

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MOTHER EARTH DAY SUQUAMISH INDIGENOUS YOUTH SUMMIT

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Native Children’s Survival Youth Ambassador Ta’Kaiya Blaney and President Robby Romero will be addressing the Indigenous Youth Summit on Climate Change on Mother Earth Day at Suquamish House of Awakened Cultural, Suquamish, Washington. The presentation will include the screening of two music pictures EARTH REVOLUTION and WHO’S GONNA SAVE YOU along with live performances, a keynote address and a Q&A.

As part of Native Children’s Survival Youth Campaign for Climate Justice EARTH REVOLUTION premiered at the Conference of Youth in Paris, France on the eve of the historic 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21). The screening was prefaced by H.E. Laurent Fabius, French Foreign Minister and President of COP21.

On World Environment Day 5 June 2016 EARTH REVOLUTION will drop digitally on iTunes, Amazon and leading music stores around the world.

WHO’S GONNA SAVE YOU first Premiered on SABC during the United Nations Climate Change Conference in South Africa. A Deluxe Edition featuring the music single and music video dropped on 21 December 2012 inclusively on iTunes .

The campaign continues…

 

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WE ARE THE SEVENTH GENERATION

On  22 April 2014, a day designated by the United Nations as International Mother Earth Day, UNM-Taos Solar Campus will be hosting a tour, reception, screening and award ceremony to honor seven eighth-grade students from the Taos Pueblo Day School who participated in the public service announcement “We Are The Seventh Generation” co-produced by UNM-Taos and Native Children’s Survival in partnership with the American Indian Law Alliance and the Seventh Generation Fund For Indigenous Peoples.

“We are the Seventh Generation,” presents the thoughts and aspirations of Indigenous children regarding the future of Mother Earth. Award-winning actress and Native Children’s Survival Board Member, Irene Bedard (Pocahontas, Smoke Signals, The New World, Lakota Woman) worked with the participating students on camera. The PSA premiered at an event titled, “Celebrating and Commemorating the Rights of Mother Earth for the Seventh Generation: Sharing our Vision of the Past, Present and Future Generations” at the twelfth session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues at the United Nations Headquarters in NYC on 20 May 2013.

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