“With appreciation for the support you have given our project, we the children offer this symbol of our gratitude. It is our wish that children and adults everywhere could join together like this to help heal and restore the earth.”   

— J. Mostafa K. Tolba Executive Director, UNEP, Children and the Environment Project

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“We’re doing a live program from Moscow to you, across the world, across the globe, and bringing you positive stories things of hope... 20 Indigenous People were invited from the four directions of this planet to guide us to a future that honors the earth and gives thanks for her gifts. Recording artist Robby Romero is an Apache American Indian, his rock video ‘Is It Too Late’ makes its world debut on this program.”

— Global Forum of Spiritual and Parliamentary Leaders, Channel One Russia

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“We’re bringing a message to the world for the restoration of life in balance—because music does make a difference.”

— Tonya Gonnella Frichner, American Indian Law Alliance, North American Regional Representative to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

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“Your musical talent and leadership in the Native American community will undoubtedly help commemorate the United Nations adoption of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples for years to come. It was very thoughtful of you to include me in the celebration of this historic occasion.”

— Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

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“On behalf of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, thank you for sharing your gifts at the Winnipeg National Event, held June 16-19, 2010, in honor of the survivors of Indian Residential Schools and for commemorating those who were lost.”

— Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

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“Last year Indigenous Rock Star Robby Romero donated $241,000 from one of his hit records to help build a school on the Lakota Reservation…”             

— Cultural Survival Magazine

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“In grateful appreciation to Robby Romero (Wakinyan Lüta). With love, compassion and purposeful understanding, this person has helped the people.”

— Canku Lüta Wicocan, 11th Red Road Gathering

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“In recognition for your efforts to raise funds to obtain two ambulances that were delivered and used by this service to respond to 371 emergency medical and 9 fire calls, thereby saving 70 people from death or disability, during the first year.”

Wičóni Awanyankapi, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

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