”It is inappropriate for American Indian children to celebrate a day honoring a person for discovering a nation of people.Peggy LarneyFounder
CLOSING OF 2018 AIHD CELEBRATION
Facilitator: Brian Larney, AIHD Chairman & Recognition of AIHD Ambassadors
Closing Hymn- Pahcheka Family
Retiring of Colors
Introducing a new reality to deconstructing a counter culture of a monumental model to remodel. We are refocusing a new global rival to prepare a sensorial response of accouterments to bring a new iconic approach. Unveiling tomorrow’s world of social justice.
This is a work-in-progress, discovering ways it could be improved, and set about refining a conscious thought to prepare to educate a new audience who wants to hear but needs details to fulfill their assumptions, create a new dialogue to change the landscape, and share to test physical and emotional strength.
Indigenous People of this land to present two perfectly symmetrical lines to provide the truth and bring as many people as possible to experience the facts speaks volumes about the power to highlight American Indian’s distinct cultures of 567 tribes.
The experiment teaches a diverse range to a new vision of endless possibilities of the American Indian perspective and examine the mental process in deductive reasoning to present a central focus of our latest milestones in a gradual, organic expansion, more balanced and creating a clear shift.
We have a unique opportunity and responsibility to celebrate the rich tradition of American Indians in the State of Texas.
Our platforms are essential teaching tools to expose cultural & social justice issues from the American Indian perspective.
This is a fight of mentality versus conscious suggestion. Truth and propaganda to think change is good of American Indians.
We are .5 of 1%, most researched but least understood beyond perceived “Founding Fathers” or “Immigrants built this land”
Last Friday in September
HB174 becomes Law