Let The Landscape Speak For Itself with Doug Harris, Narragansett Tribal Deputy Officer for the Narragansett Tribal Historic Preservation Office

Moccasin Tracks was honored and humbled to be able to record and video this important presentation at the Annual Elders Gathering at Sunray Peace Village in Lincoln, Vermont July 2018.  Doug Harris has made this presentation dozens of times in towns, schools, churches and other public places to inform and suggest collaboration in protecting Sacred Sites and in particular the Ceremonial Stone Landscapes set in prayer by the ancestors of the Original Peoples.  This is a 4-part series that we release here after review and editing.  The series is available to community access TV in your area thru ORCAmedia.net, where Moccasin Tracks is pleased to volunteer and broadcast.  We have to thanks staff and post production manager, Zach Zorn for teaching and encouraging Moccasin Tracks in presenting these videos of current and public affairs regarding the  Original Peoples of N’dakinna and in this greater area of so-called New England.

In contemplating the relationships of the many Nations both with each other and Earth and all life we realize how important it is to Protect and support the protection of Sacred Sites for the greater good of all life.  In these videos you will hear the stories of some of these sites now under Protection and the process of identifying and preserving these most sacred sites for the future generations.  Thank-you for honoring and protecting sacred sites where you are.

Here is the link to Part One: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQIrZJFN028

Here is the Link to Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6vjkSzFk3E

 

 

Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgussQa4ljg

 

Part4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1qpteWjobo

 

Part4

Thank-you for all you do to protect water, mother earth and all life!

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