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Chief Alfred Red Cloud to Travel to Europe in June to Speak About Bison Project

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Chief Alfred Red Cloud, 5th generation descendant of warrior/statesman “Makhpiya-Luta” (1822-1909), will be traveling to Luxembourg and France this June to speak about land recovery and bison restoration on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Alfred and his Tiyospaye have been working with Village Earth since 2003 to recover, protect, and utilize their alloted lands in the southwest corner of the Reservation. They have also helped other families follow the same path, recognizing the relationship between land, cultural survival, and political sovereignty. Watch a Short Video Below of Alfred Speaking About the Buffalo. Chief Red Cloud is scheduled to speak: LUXEMBOURG June 25th – Coshoola espresso bar, Glacis business center 9, allee scheffer, l-2520 luxembourg – tel 00352 2762 3075 – 6 – 10pm. June 26th – june 26 2007- Meeting with TELSTAR BOYSCOUTS WWW.TELSTAR.LU MONTESSORI CRECHE IN FINDEL LUXEMBOURG 530PM TO 7PM June 26th – Haus vun der Natur, Route de Luxembourg, L – 1899 Kockelscheuer (8.00 p.m.) PARIS June 29th – TBA If you are interested in scheduling a speaking event or interview with Mr. Red Cloud please contact David Bartecchi at [email protected] or by phone at 1-970-491-0633.

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