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November 17, 2012
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November 17, 2012
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i am now the editor of our non profit news letter tnais, our north london group was originally a part of the native american indian association back in 1992, we then went onto form tnais in 1994, and became affiliated with the umbrella group, friends of native nations, who attend the rally for leonard peltier every year in june outside the usa embassy in the uk, as well as holding a charity stall at our uk veterans' pow wow, raising funds for one spirit, after meeting with jeri baker at one of our meetings. we liked the sound of all their programmes to help the lakota oyate, we also send out free copies of our news letter to native american prisoners, and try to promote native artists where and when we can. various members of our groups have had the privilege to get over to usa/canada and physically spend time with native communities.

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