Bridging The Families
Bridging the Families – Starting a Movement
One Mind, One Heart, One Spirit!!!
My name is YoNas’Da LoneWolf – Muhammad, National Director of the Indigenous Nations in Support of the Millions More Movement (10th Anniversary of Millions Man March). I am a
proud Native and African American woman of the Oglala Lakota Tribe.
On October 15, 2005 we gathered over a million men, women and children of all races and backgrounds under one common voice representing freedom, justice and equality. I felt it was
very important that my people’s presence were shown in a respectful and appropriate
manner. Therefore, we set up a 26 foot tall tipi exhibition based on the history of the
“Relationship between the Black and the Red: Past, Present and Beyond”. We also were honored with the presence and words of Native American community leaders, national leaders and political leaders.
My mother was a highly recognized motivational speaker, the late Wauneta Lone Wolf. Before returning to the Great creator she worked strenuously on saving our children from a life of gangs and drugs. She developed a campaign “Gangs, Guns & Graffiti – Not in my community”.
Back to our Native traditional ways. Since, I am her legacy it’s my journey that the Great Creator put me on to continue saving our youth.
The Movement is just beginning! The Indigenous Nations Department is organizing a 2-day
Conference that will tour throughout Indian Country. We are excited that educational leaders,
Political leaders and popular entertainers are coming together to aid in the organizing,
mobilizing, healing and restoring of our communities. We understand the economic status on
most of the reservations, and we want our children to participate and grasp the knowledge,
wisdom and understanding from this conference. We need your support in transporting youth
groups and organizations to an educational experience of a life time.
We are requesting the strategic alliance of organizations, tribal councils, and the communities to
Participate with the Bridging the Families – Starting a Movement conference. We will be launching this conference tour on February 25th, 2006 in Chicago, IL.
For more information - Please respond to email@example.com if you would like to be involved in either booking this conference in your state or sponsor a youth organization to attend.
YoNas’ Da Lone Wolf McCall-Muhammad
The Mission of Bridging the Families – Starting a Movement is to visit and establish a
Unified relationship with the Indigenous communities throughout the United States.
We will conduct empowerment seminars during a 2-day conference aimed at the survival
And well-being of our youth. In the Native American communities statistics show that the
Youth ranging from ages 12-20 are 58% more likely to become criminal victims than
Whites and Blacks.
We believe in an old African proverb that states. “It takes a village to raise a child”. So
We intend to empower. Motivate and give our children the ladder to climb for success.
This is why we must link the Black, Red, Brown, Yellow and White families together to
Help save and secure our youth.
The Indigenous Nations Alliance for the Millions More Movement
Bridging the Families – Starting a Movement Conference
Focus Points of Workshops Will be:
Job Training/ Entrepreneurship
Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Diabetes and Cancer
Prostate Cancer Screening
Blue Print for Womanhood
Young Men Empowerment
Rights of Passage
Poetry in Motion
History of How Closely We Are Related
Keeping Your Traditional Ways
Martial Arts/Survival Techniques
Bridging the Families – Starting a Movement Conference 1st Day will begin with:
Workshops Wrap – Up and Cultural Performances
Bridging the Families – Starting a Movement Conference 2nd Day will present:
Keynote Speaker – The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan- National Representative of the Nation of Islam
The Mission of the Indigenous Nations Alliance is to visit and establish a unified relationship
with the Indigenous communities throughout the United States and across the world.
The Campaign of Bridging the Families – Starting a Movement is to strive and work toward
We intend to build a new strategic alliance with in the Black, Red, Brown, Yellow and White
communities to place us in a vanguard position, to have the capability of doing for self.
One Mind, One Heart, One Spirit
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