Archives for Kayenere:kowa
By Kahehtí:io, Rotiskare:wake I should first point out that my assertion that settlers should identify as immigrants to begin true reconciliation with Onkwehón:we, is primarily directed toward settlers of European descent for they initially laid the colonial foundations that set the stage and standard of living for all other…
The final part of our conversation with Francis Boots concludes with a discussion on customs, protocols and the Kayenere:kowa.
Francis Boots discusses the recent recitals of the Kayenere:kowa in Onondaga, Oneida, and Akwesasne. He offers some insights on the political questions relating to the Kayenere:kowa and making things good for all the people.
Loran Thompson and Francis Boots speaking in Kanien’keha about the Kayenere’kowa and the Code of Handsome Lake
Loran Thompson speaks to his friend Francis Boots in Kanien'keha about what his father told him about the Kayenere'kowa and the Code of Handsome Lake.
Francis Boots gives his take on traditional Onkwehonwe justice systems and means of conflict resolution.
Sitting the back office, Kelly and Tom discuss the clan system, the Kayenere:kowa and indigenous media today.
Kanasaraken speaks to his friend Ateronhiatakon in Akwesasne to talk about what his father told him. Issues covered include the Kayenere:kowa, the state of politics within the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and the influence of Gawio.
The Great Council. Article 24 of the Kayenere:kowa states: The chiefs of the League of Five Nations shall be mentors of the people for all time. …they shall be proof against anger, offensive action, and criticism. Their hearts shall be full of peace and good will, and their minds…
Barricade at Kanonhstaton. By Wes Elliott PART 1: EXTERNAL CONFLICTS AT SIX NATIONS Here at Six Nations, we have both internal and external problems. The external being anything outside our Circle Wampum (Band Council, Ontario, Canada, Developers). The internal being that which is inside of our Circle Wapum (HDI, Protocol,…