The people realized that the caribou and the wolf were one... The Wolf and the Caribou-myth and legend has more truth to it today than ever before! In this time of mass extinction we must heed the wisdom of the indigenous people. The Inuit, the people of the North, take a different view of the … Continue reading Although the caribou feeds the wolf, it is the wolf that keeps the caribou strong.
And parallel extinction of the animal they believe to be sacred. A must watch film while you are on a #StayAtHome order. https://youtu.be/G8ke6tppz0Q The following is a review of the film WOLF TOTEM A New York Times review By Ben KenigsbergIn “Wolf Totem,” the French director Jean-Jacques Annaud, no stranger to animals (“The Bear”) or … Continue reading WOLF TOTEM depicts the dying culture of the Mongols.
Long live the Gray wolf! It's not anyone's right to "Kill All The Wolves" because the Gray wolf is: the forest, the grassland, the mountain, the river, the White-tailed deer, the elk, the beaver, & much more. What the Gray wolf is not: is part of human's hatred born out of greed to conquer what is … Continue reading Keep the Gray wolf listed!
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WisconsinAct31.org in PK-16 Education Act 31 on the UW Campus The Act's greatest impact on programs at the University of Wisconsin, is that each teacher seeking a license from the state must have instruction in American Indian history, culture and tribal sovereignty, Meeting the requirement of Act 31 is more than an obligation for … Continue reading A Resource Hub for Educators Teaching Students the History, Cultural and Tribal Sovereignty of the First Nations of Wisconsin