TREATY RIDE 2018

On the 150th Anniversary of the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty, 29 April 2018, Robby Romero joined a historic Treaty Ride through 1851 Treaty Land. Treaty Riders rode more than 400 miles on horseback through the grasslands, badlands, and prairies of the Great Northern Plains into Fort Laramie to challenge the US Government and its Congress to #RightTheWrong and #Honor1851Treaty.

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MOTHER EARTH DAY 2018

The Taos Environmental Film Festival, in partnership with the UNM-Taos Digital Media Arts program, presents a special Mother Earth Day Celebration at the UNM-Taos Bataan Hall from 11am to 1pm showcasing a collection of music pictures from musician and filmmaker, Robby Romero.

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UNITED NATIONS PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES 2018

The 17th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) 16-27 April 2018 commenced today at United Nations Headquarters, New York.  This years theme is: “Indigenous Peoples’ Collective Rights to Lands, Territories and Resources”

"Safeguarding the rights of Indigenous Peoples and Mother Earth is a call to conscience  key to the restoration of life in balance." - Robby Romero

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TREATY RIDE 2018

On behalf off the #Honor1851Treaty Campaign, Robby Romero will join Treaty Riders from the Oceti Sakowin Seven Council Fires of the Lakota, Nakota and Dakota People to challenge the United States Congress to #RightTheWrong of at least one of the more than 500 broken treaties made with Native Nations. 

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STANDING ROCK STRONGHOLD ANNIVERSARY

Two years ago today, youth at Standing Rock made a stand on 1851Treaty land to protect the Sacred Waters of the Missouri River from the Dakota Access Pipeline.  With #NoDAPL, #StandWithStandingRock and #Divest, they ignited an international cry to protect Mother Earth and all our relations from environmental genocide.  Today, their peaceful and spiritual resistance is #StillStrong.  Help us #RightTheWrong Join the #Honor1851Treaty campaign at www.robbyromero.com

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REMEMBERING SITTING BULL

Sitting Bull, a HunkPapa Lakota Chief and Spiritual Leader united the Lakota in their struggle for cultural survival. Today, in 1890, Sitting Bull journeyed to the spirit world. In 1876 Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse and a band of Lakota and Cheyenne Warriors defeated the U.S. Federal Army, including Colonel George Armstrong Custer and his 7th Calvary, at the Battle of Little Bighorn.

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THANKSGIVING

Each and every day I give thanks to the Creator for the gifts of life we are blessed with; to our ancestors and the generations who have survived with great resilience, courage and purpose; to those who reclaim their culture, identity, and self-determination; and to our friends and allies who have been on the front lines with us throughout the years.

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