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Peace and Dignity Central Route Planning Meeting

Peace and Dignity Central Route Planning Meeting

  The 2016 Peace &Dignity’s Run is dedicated to “Seeds” The Muscogee (Creek) Nation is hosting the Central Route Planning Meeting at the Tribal Complex. Co-hosts are the Mvskoke Women’s Leadership (MWL) and the Mvskoke Food Sovereignty Initiative (MFSI). The actual meeting will occur on Saturday 9/26 and possibly Sunday 9/27 if needed.

Camping area on the tribal complex is available. A few tents without sides will be set up, so small tents and sleeping bags are welcome in the designated area on the grounds of the complex.

A block of rooms have been set aside at the Holiday Inn Express, on Hwy 75, right across from the Tribal Complex at the rate of $95 per night for a Single (King Bed) or Double (2 Queens). Mention Peace & Dignity Journeys Meeting to get the rate.

Donations of water, snacks, food, and paper goods are greatly appreciated.

We wish to thank the following sponsors thus far:

Dinner Friday Evening – Still seeking a sponsor
Breakfast Saturday Morning – Mvskoke Food Sovereignty Initiative
Lunch Saturday Noon – MCN Office of the Chief of Staff
Dinner Saturday Evening – Mvskoke Women’s Leadership
Breakfast Sunday Morning – MCN Museum and Cultural Center

A special night of entertainment and sharing of culture is planned for Saturday evening.

We invite everyone to come share the hospitality of the great Muscogee (Creek) Nation. We especially encourage communities, citizens, organizations, youth, churches, traditionalists, and action groups to come share the culture, the warmth and help plan this important journey for 2016. Come be a part of this incredible movement.

The Peace and Dignity Journeys is a spiritual movement, a ceremonial run that retraces the steps of our ancestors to connect indigenous communities. The Peace and Dignity Journeys started in 1992 to fulfill the prophecy of the Eagle and the Condor and continue in the spirit of the traditions of our ancestors. Every four years indigenous communities all over north, central and south America witness and share lifeways, stories, songs, dance and wisdom by receiving runners in the home community’s ceremonial ways.”

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