Northern Michigan University Center for Native American Studies
INDIGENOUS EARTH ISSUES SUMMIT
Focusing on GREAT LAKES MINING ACTIVISM
Friday, February 21 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Whitman Hall - Northern Michigan University
Mike Wiggins (Chair, Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa)
Paul DeMain (CEO, IndianCountryTV.com)
Jessica Koski (Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Mining Techinical Assistant)
Join us for a day of planning region-wide action on the mining threat
facing Michigan's Upper Peninsula, northern Wisconsin, and northern
Minnesota. This is the land of the Lake Superior Anishinaabe. How can we
best organize and take action regionally to protect the land and
"All life on the Earth is sacred and that sacredness of life is the key to
human survival." - John Mohawk from "Thinking in Indian"
Kids' activities will be available, organized by student volunteers from
NMU's Education Department.
Registration forms for this FREE summit can be found at
For more information, call 906-227-1397.
This gathering is presented by the NMU Center for Native American Studies
and made possible thanks to the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community