January 21 on White Buffalo Radio, 1:30 pm PST, 0ur guest is Paul Cheoketen Wagner, Salish 1st Nation in Snoqualmie of the Pacific North West, environmental activist, Native American storyteller and award winning flute player. Join us as Paul shares his experiences at Standing Rock as builder of tarpees (modern teepees) with wood stoves and the invasion and arrests of water protectors in the North camp on non-ceded treaty land by DAPL supporting militarized law enforcement.
Learn about prophecies and legacies of the White Buffalo and Standing Rock, indigenous wisdom from a global perspective in heartfelt depth- its access and storage so it become you. Let his beautiful water song on flute touch your soul. And most important how you can be part of the solution wherever you are.
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Music: Intro: Arizona Spirit Outro: A Prayer for Peace Charles Button and Friends album White Buffalo, Bigger than Real Flute song to Water Paul Cheoketen Wagner