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But, but, but they were so tranquil and peaceful, (except for killing one another), they would never have thought of such a thing (thanks Rush). This Indian group is making fun of the politically-correct dorks who are demanding the redskins change their name.
This Indian group is making fun of the politically-correct dorks who are demanding the redskins change their name.There is a town in the Navajo Nation called Red Mesa.
According to Catlin, who wrote extensively of the Plains Indians in the 1830s, the Indians would slaughter buffalo indiscriminately, just for fun.
They had significant means to resist the invasion of Europeans, and applied them, but of course they were overwhelmed.
One can see this confrontation as inevitable and following a predictable course, but its outcome has to be seen as tragic.
He mentioned that in the 18-19th Centuries a significant number of Indians settled down on farms or in other businesses, and became Americans. Strangely enough, the Fighting Sioux (Grand Forks) had to drop their name, but the Bison (Fargo) didn’t. The American Indians in a large area of North America were able to survive thanks to their ability to hunt and kill the American Bison. Dodge City is named for Fort Dodge, which apparently was named for General Grenville Dodge. Buffalo Rising is a nationally recognized website that delivers highly influential content and advertising that is relevant to people living in and around Buffalo, NY. Our readers trust us to serve as one of their primary sources of local information, allowing you to reach targeted customers who are already engaged in relevant content related to your business. If you’ve been reading articles revolving around the controversy of changing the name of Squaw Island, and you want to learn more about the topic, consider attending a presentation by Tyendinaga Mohawk scholar-activist, Jodi Lynn Maracle (this evening at Burning Books). Often times it can be easy to read about someone’s gripe with the usage of a demeaning word in common place America and not understand its implications to an entire ethnicity of people. I have a painting I will be selling that is called "Squaw Island" it was painted around the 20's-30's. As I have stated previously,  I fully support the effort to change the name of Squaw Island. Wednesday, April 13Richard Dean and Luke Markve will report on the Prairie Star District Annual Conference held April 8 to 10 in Des Moines, Iowa. If you have additional business to bring to the BUUF, please contact Richard Dean, President or Louise Markve, Secretary. The BUUF highway litter cleanup is due again, especially since the snow came and stopped us from doing our fall cleanup. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates there were 38 million food-related illnesses in the USA last year, resulting in 3,000 deaths. There are about 7 billion people in the world today; by the year 2050, there will be 9 billion people to feed.
The Steering Committee has designated a special fund in memory of LaGretta Dean to be set aside for our building fund.
On Dec 17, 2010, fruit vendor Mohammed Bouaziz, 26 years old, set himself on fire in Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia.
It was a usual pattern in Tunisia: In arrogance the police stole his fruit and his scales, pushed him around, and humiliated him by slapping him in the face in front of friends and 50 witnesses. The burning of a Koran in Florida set off rage in Afghanistan that is hard for us to understand.
Jeffrey Hatcher, playwright and member of UUCM in Wayzata, has written a play entitled a€?Three Viewings,a€? which will be presented at the Illusion Theater on Hennepin Ave.


In the March 29 Star Tribune was an excellent article about the Dakota Unitarian Church in Burnsville, the only UU church in Dakota County. Like most Unitarians, church members hold a variety of beliefs about what constitutes truth, God and religion. We welcome everyone to our group, whatever your race, ethnic origin, religious perspective, sexual orientation, political philosophy, or economic condition. The purpose of this Fellowship is to provide opportunities for persons to come together for the study and exploration of religions, philosophies, ethics and the inspirational and provide an atmosphere where one can develop and revise onea€™s own philosophy and beliefs. This Fellowship supports the statement of principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association and the principle of separation of church and state. Any person who has reached the age of majority (18) and is in sympathy with the Fellowshipa€™s purposes may become a member by signing the membership book and making a minimal contribution as established by the Steering Committee each year.
The regular meetings of the Fellowship shall be determined by the Fellowship itself or by any person or persons designated by it.
The Fellowship will work toward affiliation with the Prairie Star District and the Unitarian Universalist Association.
The Steering Committee shall consist of the officers and the chairs of the permanent committees, and it shall consist of not less than four (4) persons and not more than sixteen (16) persons. The officers will be chosen by ballot of the membership for the following positions: president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer. The immediate past president shall also serve on this committee for a two-year period following his or her last term.
The Steering Committee may call an Executive Session at its discretion; only members of the Steering Committee may attend these meetings. The Steering Committee shall have general charge of the property of the Fellowship and the conduct of all its business affairs and the control of its administration, including the appointment of such committees as it may deem necessary. The nominating committee shall consist of three (3) members, at least two of whom are not members of the Steering Committee. The fiscal year shall begin on January 1 of each year except for Fiscal Year 2011, which will begin on July 1, 2010 and end on December 31, 2011.
In the event of the dissolution of this Fellowship, all of its net assets shall be distributed to the Unitarian Universalist Association. Roberta€™s Rules of Order Revised shall govern the proceedings of all the meetings of the members and the Steering Committee. Wednesday, February 22Dana Bahr, a€?Whata€™s New in the Universe?a€? Dana is a high school science teacher, amateur astronomer, and BUUF member. The BUUF meeting on April 11 will be BUUF member Erin Walsh speaking about the History of UU Music. Prairie Star District annual conference will be April 13 a€“ 15 in Bloomington, MN (see article in this newsletter). At the beginning of our December 14 meeting, Richard Dean asked each of us what wea€™re reading now. Richard Dean has been reading a non-fiction book, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Sklout.
Lena from Rivers of Hope then spoke about the services they provide for people who live in Wright and Sherburne Counties. Leslie Mills is a third generation Unitarian Universalist who was raised in the Milwaukee area.
Wednesday, March 7 is Purim, a Jewish holiday that commemorates the deliverance of the Jewish people in the ancient Persian Empire from destruction in the wake of a plot by Haman (see the bible, Book of Esther). On February 9, the group will look at how to weigh the value of conflicting static social patterns of good from an intellectual perspective.
UUsOut4ME is implementing a campaign to raise awareness in the UU community about the proposed amendment to our state constitution that would define marriage as between one man and one woman.
As our country is engaged in war on the other side of the globe, every one of us is affected by the enormous emotional and financial burden of sending our young people into battle.
In addition to examining this profoundly moving theme, you can benefit from workshops designed to strengthen your congregation, deepen your social justice work, and enrich you on a personal level.
The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee is asking us to focus on how UUSC upholds the inherent worth and dignity of every person through their Environmental Justice Program, specifically through protecting the human right to water.
Cynthia Barnett argues that the best solution is also the simplest and least expensive: a water ethic for America. By clicking Confirm bid you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder.


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Get ready Indiana, Delaware, Indianapolis, Tuscaloosa (wiping out the Groucho Marx line “the tusca loosa in Alabama), Miami, etc.
The best thing they can do for themselves is get the hell off of the reservation where the government keeps them warehoused. She will also explore the history of the island, its geographical boundaries, and its relationship to the region.
The City of Buffalo may have never purchased or held title to the island, thus the City may not legally be able to change the name. I attempted contacting Tim Ball who is head attorney for the legal department of the City however I have not heard back yet. There a many Polish, Italian and Irish immigrants that live in this city that had nothing to do with that but are all, at least after the 1970's, called white. Sperber began his presentation by asking us, a€?Who is responsible for food safety?a€? Is it the producer (food business), the farmer, or the consumer? Sperber also addressed the question, a€?Is capitalism ruining the environment?a€? In some ways, yes. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. All it’d take is a majority of folks meeting, voting, and then doing something stupid to rename it Nickle City. He lived among them and fought them, but I don't know that he represents all of America at that time.
But for indigenous people this is a chance to make a statement that goes far beyond simply making a name change. I assume that when others I spoke with attempted to change the name (in the 60s and again in the early 2000s) the City ran into these title issues and thus let the matter die out. And if you think about it, I bet that 85% of Buffalonians have never even heard of the island, 90% don’t know where it is, and 95% have never been there. Co-founder Powder Keg Festival that built the world's largest ice maze (Guinness Book of World Records). Crude slang words were (and still are) used to denigrate people and their culture in the effort to subjugate or marginalize them. My roots go back 7 generations here in Black Rock, the island has always been part of my life. We are also continuing to collect signatures to possibly submit again to Common Council to help leep things moving forward. Hell their ancestors weren't even considered white until they removed the option on the census. Latinos will be the next race that absorbed into the white designation within the next 20 years. My wife and I walk there on a regular basis and my children all grew up going "over to Squaw" as the locals always said.
Do we smear all Indians or guilt-trip them whenever a kidnapping occurs or someone is tortured? Should they also take response ability as well considering what the Spanish conquistadors did. I remember the remnants of the squatter colony that occupied the north end of the island into the early 1960's. Isn't this a little egotistical to presume that white Americans spend all their time thinking up ways to belittle Indians? Finally we got a park, Squaw Island has beautiful views, spectacular sunsets, and lots of interesting places to explore, definitely worth checking out.I would like to see the entire community involved in choosing a new name, Native Americans, long time neighborhood residents, community groups, and those with a connection or interest in our history or waterfront.
The island has a rich history including Native Americans, early explorers, pioneer settlers and the War of 1812.
Later the island would be used to smuggle slaves to Canada and was also used by bootleggers during prohibition. Squaw Island even had a hermit in the late 19th Century, reportedly due to being jilted by a woman he loved.The island deserves more respect and maybe this effort will help bring some recognition to this under appreciated resource.



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