"Welcome to the Sedona Resource Center,
Please utilize this resource center to share information about the projects, businesses and organizations you're most excited about by propagating your "MyPage" website and social media…"
1 ~ INSTRUCTIONS: Please answer the following seven questions to inform the community about yourself and enhance your experience at the Sedona Source Center. Answers are NOT REQUIRED to join, and you can always fill them out later on your MYPORTAL page. Let us know what’s been inspiring you these days!
2 ~ What is your "JOB" (aka Joy of Being)? What especially delights you?
3 ~ What would you love to offer to and share with our community?
nothing as yet, but it is evolving
4 ~ What do you value most in life? Which virtues do you most admire in people? And, how do you feel we can deepen, expand and enhance our community?
5 ~ Which intriguing concepts, local endeavors, links, music, art, websites, books, films, inventions, Sedona businesses and events have you been exploring?
6 ~ Please share a few quotes, poems or lyrics that most embody your essence.
7 ~ How can the Sedona Source Center best serve you? What do you envision could be a few of the most beneficial things that could happen from actively using this site? Feel free to be outrageous!
Please utilize this resource center to share information about the projects, businesses and organizations you're most excited about by propagating your "MyPage" website and social media portal with content - by posting events, blogs, photos/albums, videos, etc.
Being local/regionally focused on Northern Arizona this resource center creates a snapshot of who's doing what in our area so we can better connect and prosper each other.
Consider the powerful implications of our own local community version of FaceBook with the capacity to meet face-to-face as well.
Upload a Profile Photo or Logo (under "Settings")
Propagate your "MyPage" with content (see "Text" box)
Arrange your "MyPage" by moving the boxes around (click, drag & drop the headers in the middle and left columns)
World Peace and Prayer Day is a 20-year tradition that promotes spiritual and ecological solutions to the growing challenges of our age, gathering leaders from around the world to call for a global policy of peaceful co-existence with all our relations. An Elder/Youth conference is being convened in parallel with World Peace and Prayer Day to impart time-honored wisdom to a new generation of leaders.
A gift arrived in the mail from Buffy Sainte-Marie, sent by Buffy from her home in Hawaii. It is a biography of her life, Buffy Sainte-Marie: It's My Way, written by Dr. Blair Stonechild, Muscowpetung First Nation. Inside, there is a note written by Buffy, "To Brenda, with thanks for years of getting so much so right. Ke chi megawetch and aloha." In the book's bibliography, there's an article that is part of the history of Censored News. This history begins on Navajoland. The year was 1999 and Buffy was performing at Dine' College in Tsaile, Arizona. Backstage,Buffy described how she was blacklisted out of the music business in the United States by President Lyndon Johnson. Buffy's song Universal Soldier had become an anthem for the 1960s peace movement, the anti-war movement against the Vietnam war. Shipments of her records disappeared.
The community of Gallup flocked to the Downtown Conference Center last Saturday to attend a presentation by the walkers of Nihigaal Bee Iina. The evening was filled with food, prayer, informative slide shows and creative performances affirming the beauty and value of Diné land and culture. The movement--translated as “Our Journey for Existence”--was ignited by young Diné women earlier this year to expose the disproportionate amount of resource extraction and contamination suffered by Diné people for the benefit of others. They have walked over 300 miles since January, feeding and educating community members at schools, chapter houses and homes all along the way.
Today marked the sixth day and sixth night since a group of Kanaka Maoli warriors representing several islands in the Hawaiian Islands and a multi-ethnic group of supporters formed a blockade at 9,000 feet above sea level at Mauna Kea also known as Mauna A Wakea on Hawaiʻi Island. They are protesting the construction of a 30-meter telescope (TMT), which they say is a desecration of the most sacred place in the Hawaiian Islands. The peaceful protest has been ongoing for several years but in the past several months has gathered more momentum and support from Hawaiians and other non-Hawaiians around the world.