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Standing Bear CommunityAge Range/Type: FamilyLocated in: Tri-State WV, DC, MarylandKey Contact: JenniferSpiritual Path: Native AmericanStatus: Established GroupCommunity Support: Open Circles...Group Overview: The Standing Bear Community was formed to provide a safe environment for individuals to experience and strengthen their spirituality through community, education, and ceremonial support for the Way of the Pipe. Our premise is Pragmatic Spirituality based in Native American Traditions and practice. We hold Ceremonies for individuals to interact with Spirit and give honor to our ancestors seven generations ago for the seven generations to come. We endeavor to keep Have One Mind and One Heart, All Things are Divine and that We are all Relations in the forefront. Therefore, this community is intended for those who truly want to learn, participate, or live this way of life. It is not for gawkers, site-seers or Wannabes.We respect that you come to Ceremony with an understanding of your spiritual path and traditions, our Ceremonies are not restricted to any specific religion, tradition or path. Ceremony is a way of life and a time for prayer.All who come in a good way are welcome.Website: http://www.standing-bear.orgGroup StatsFormed?: 1998New Members OK?: YesIncorporated?: No501* Cert.?: No
The One Heart One Mind Interpretive Center is located just outside of Charles Town West Virginia and has community members from all over the country and Europe. The Center continues the vision of Chuck Derby to educate those on the Red Road about the Cannupa, culture, language, and traditions.In Early 2010, Chuck Derby, an activist and educator in Pipestone, MN was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. A long time friend of Chuck's, Michael McGee pledged that Chuck's life work and his vision would not die with him. Out of this promise, the One Heart One Mind Interpretive Center was born. Our vision is to see the next generations learn the history, culture and traditions of the Cannupa in order to walk the Red Road.
A peaceful Flash Mob Round Dance took place at the IDS Center in one of the dozens of solidarity rallies across the United States in recent days in support of Canada’s Idle No More movement. Bellecourt was not involved in organizing the event and was informed of the Round Dance only moments before it happened, according to a press release issued by Jennifer Hudson, executive director of the One Heart One Mind Interpretive Center. The nonprofit center supports the traditional way of life and ceremonies of the Standing Bear Community and creates a safe environment where people can learn about the Lakota traditions. “We’ve been working with Clyde and the AIM interpretation center for about two-and-a-half years and I happened to be in Minneapolis when Clyde was arrested and they asked me to coordinate the press so we could get the word out as fast as possible. We were also working in conjunction with the Twin Cities AIM Patrol to put out the press release,’ Hudson told Indian Country Today Media Network on the phone December 27.
Running Deer is a Veteran.His heritage is Tsalagi and Seneca and is an enrolled tribal member.Awiadici is a spiritual man who helps keep alive the Ceremonies of Native Peoples.
Born near the North Carolina-Virginia border, Running Deer resides in the Northern Shenandoah Valley.Flutist; Artisan; Orator, he is a master flute maker