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Frontier Army Museum - Fort Leavenworth, Kansas


The Frontier Army Museum depicts the Frontier Army (1817

... the finest collections of nineteenth century military
... By: TravelKS Duration: 4.30 min. Views ...


Admission: Free 
Hours: 9a.m. to 4p.m., Monday - Friday; 10a.m. to 4p.m., Saturday 
Phone: 913-684-3186 

Our Email: web-dptm-museum@leavenworth.army.mil 
Our Website:garrison.leavenworth.army.mil/sites/service 
Closed on New Year's day, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.


  • Frontier Military Byway – more than a military tour


    There are so many interesting places to visit along the Frontier Military Scenic Byway,
    you really need to plan a few days to catch it all. The byway takes

  • Frontier Military - Kansas Byways


    Travel through time, visiting multiple forts along the Frontier Military Historic Byway.
    Originally built to move soldiers and supplies, the Military Trail has ...


Tourism Division, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism ...


The official Kansas Tourism Web site ... The 168-mile Frontier Military Historic Byway
follows the state's eastern border between Leavenworth and Oklahoma.



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Teachers' Domain: Personal Responsibility


Healing Mother Earth for Future Generations. In this video segment adapted ... 
In this video segment adapted from Haskell Indian Nations University ...
Teachers' Domain: © 2002-2012 ...


  • Teachers' Domain: Where Words Touch the Earth


    Healing Mother Earth for Future Generations. In this video segment adapted ... 
    In this video segment adapted from Haskell Indian Nations University ... Teachers' Domain: © 2002-2012 ...



Rights of Mother Earth Gathering Haskell, Kansas, April 4-6, 2012 Live Broadcast


Friday, March 2, 2012

Rights of Mother Earth Conference, Haskell, April 4-6, 2012


Cochabamba conference by Michelle Cook, Navajo
International Indigenous Conference APRIL 4 - 6, 2012 

at Haskell Indian Nations University, Lawrence Kansas

Tom B.K. Goldtooth
Indigenous Environmental Network
Dr. Daniel Wildcat
Haskell Indian Nation University

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Cochabamba by Ben Powless, Mohawk
In April 2010, a historical moment occurred.  More than 32,000 people, including Indigenous Peoples, social movements, small farmers and some world governmental leaders, converged in Cochabamba, Bolivia for the World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth.  Two outcomes of this conference were the Cochabamba Peoples Accord and the Universal Declaration on the Rights of Mother Earth. The Accord and Declaration gave voice to peoples of the world experiencing the effects of climate chaos and its many accompanying issues, including  depletion of freshwater and other natural resources and the problems of food security, poverty and environmental crises, along with the financial meltdown within the United States and globally.
During the Cochabamba world conference, President Evo Morales of Bolivia officially proposed that the United Nations adopt a declaration that recognizes that Nature or “Mother Earth” has certain inherent rights that we humans must respect and defend. The adoption by the United Nations and national and local governments of the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth would expand the class of holders of legally rights and would initiate a global process of transformation.
Our prophecies and teachings tell us that life on Mother Earth is in danger and is coming to a time of great transformation. As Indigenous Peoples, we are accepting the responsibility designated by our prophecies to tell the world that we must live in peace with each other and the Earth to ensure harmony within Creation.

Our Indigenous lifeways are the original “green economies.”  This is more than an abstract philosophy. Our Mother Earth is the source of life.  Water is her lifeblood.   The well-being of the natural environment predicts the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual longevity of our Peoples.   Mother Earth’s health and that of our Indigenous Peoples are intrinsically intertwined.  When our homelands are in a state of good health our Peoples are truly healthy.  This inseparable relationship must be respected for the sake of our future generations and for the well-being of the Earth herself.

Alliances are being formed, globally of Indigenous and non-indigenous groups and individuals committed to creating a system of jurisprudence that sees and treats nature and Mother Earth as a fundamental, rights bearing entity. A paradigm, that is based on Indigenous thought and philosophy needs to be forwarded which grants equal rights to nature and which honors the interrelation in all life.

This is the greatest challenge facing humanity in the 21st Century. How do we re-orientate the dominant industrialized societies so that they pursue human well-being in a manner that contributes to the health of our Mother Earth instead of undermining it? In other words – how do we live in harmony with Nature?
A 3 day conference has been scheduled at Haskell Indian Nations University, in Lawrence, Kansas, April 4-6, 2012 with Indigenous Peoples together from the North and Global South to learn more and to have a discourse about this Rights of Mother Earth, Rights of Nature movement.

We invite humanity to come together to improve our collective human behavior so that we may develop a more sustainable world.  We can preserve, protect, and fulfill our sacred duties to live with respect in this wonderful Creation.  We have the power and responsibility for change.
Tom B.K. Goldtooth
Indigenous Environmental Network
Dr. Daniel Wildcat
Haskell Indian Nation University

Sponsoring Hotel: Holiday Inn, Lawrence, Kansas. Reservations at a discounted rate of $69.99 pnite+tax until March 27th - BOOK NOW! Mention the Conf (+1) (785) 749 - 8932 
Conference Registration Fee Includes: 
Continental Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner: April 4, 5, 6, 2012
Banquet, Entertainment, Printed Materials and more 
Community Indigenous Environmental Groups: $ 50.00          
College Faculty and Staff: $ 70.00          
Elected Tribal Officials, Federal, State and Local Governments: $110.00
Professionals (Attorneys, Allied  Organizations): $150.00
Payable by Check, Cash or Money Order or Tribal Invoice
For questions and Conference Attendance Reservations: 
Shereena Baker 1- 785 - 550 - 8592 or email: shereena_rose@hotmail.com
Karen Dallett 1- 415 - 561- 4522 extension 112 or email: karen@rightsofmotherearth.com


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