"Uniting the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas to create awareness of the the catastrophic destruction that threatens all life on Mother Earth."
Superior, WI to Madison, WI July 31st to August 25th, 2017
And then to continue to the United Nations, NYC "FROM THE GREAT LAKES TO THE ATLANTIC OCEAN"
SUPERIOR to MADISON, WI
August1st to August 25th
SUPERIOR, WI to the UNITED NATION United Nations Plaza, NYC UNITED NATIONS DAY - October 24th
August1st to October 13th
1,389 Miles / Days
“A Sacred Run for Mother Earth uniting the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas to create awareness of the catastrophic destruction that threatens all life on Mother Earth and the desecration of Indigenous Sacred Sites. It's time we intensify and direct more attention to the impending doom...the Sixth Extinction or Anthropocene Extinction, which is caused by human impact on the environment! As Indigenous Peoples, we are destined to lead the fight to save Mother Earth for our youth, the unborn and the endangered species that we share this Planet with.” ~ Eagle & Condor
SUPERIOR TO MILWAUKEE, WI Sacred Run Dates, Route & Events
774 Miles - 24 Days
7/31- EAGLE & CONDOR SACRED RUN FOR MOTHER EARTH Sunrise Ceremony, Lake Superior 8/1 - Superior to Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Indians, Bayfield, Buffalo Bay Campground and Marina / 77 miles - 3 days 8/4 - Bayfield to Bad River Band of Lake Superior Indians, Odanah / 48 miles - 2 days 8/6 - Odanah to Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, Lac du Flambeau / 67 miles - 2 days 8/8 - Lac du Flambeau to Sokaogon Band of Chippewa Indians, Crandon / 64 miles - 2 days 8/10 - Crandon to Forest County Potawatomi Community, Carter / 25 miles - 1 day 8/11 - Carter to Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, Keshena / 60 - 2 days 8/13 - Keshena to Stockbridge-Munsee Community, Bartelme / 13 miles - 1 day 8/14 - Bartelme to Ho-Chunk Nation, Wittenberg / 20 miles - 1 day 8/15 - Wittenberg to Stevens Point / 38 miles - 2 days 8/17 - Stevens Point to Ho-Chunk Nation, Nekoosa / 30 miles - 1 day 8/18 - Nekoosa to Ho-Chunk Nation, Black River Falls / 47 miles - 2 days 8/20 - Black River Falls to Ho-Chunk Nation, Tomah / 27 miles - 1 day 8/21 - Tomah to Ho-Chunk Nation, Mauston / 28 miles - 1 day 8/22 - Mauston to Ho-Chunk Gaming, Wisconsin Dells / 33 miles - 1 day 8/23 - Wisconsin Dells to Indian Lake County Park, Cross Plains / 28 mile - 1 day 8/24 - Cross Plains to Wisconsin State Capitol, Madison / 19 miles - 1 day 8/24 - EAGLE & CONDOR SACRED RUN Ceremony & Rally (AM) 8/25 - REST DAY - Milwaukee 8/26 - EAGLE & CONDOR EARTH AID MUSIC FESTIVAL - Milwaukee 8/27 - EAGLE & CONDOR EARTH AID MUSIC FESTIVAL - Chicago
MADISON TO CHICAGO RUN
216 miles - 8 days
8/28 - Madison to Aztalan State Park, Aztalan / 29 miles - 1 day 8/29 - SACRED SITE SUNRISE CEREMONY (AM), Aztalan State Park 8/30 - Aztalan to Indian Community School, Franklin / 50 miles - 2 days 9/2 - Franklin to Racine / 21 miles - 1 day 9/3 - Racine to Illinois Beach State Park, Zion / 23 miles - 1 day 9/4 - Zion to Trickster Gallery, Schaumburg / 39 miles - 2 days 9/6 - Schaumburg to Midwest Soarring, Westchester / 20 miles - 1 day 9/7 - Westchester to Ho-Chunk Nation Southland Center, Lynwood / 34 miles - 1 day
CHICAGO TO THE UNITED NATION, NYC
879 miles - 30 days
9/8 - Lynwood, IL to United Nations Plaza, NYC 10/13 - EAGLE & CONDOR SACRED RUN FOR MOTHER EARTH Finish & Ceremony - United Nations Plaza 10/14 - EAGLE & CONDOR EARTH AID MUSIC FESTIVAL - Madison Square Gardens (Currently Under Consideration)
* Days Subject to changes - Rest Days to be added
UNITED NATIONS PLAZA
AUGUST 29th, 2017 - AZTALAN STATE PARK Sunrise Ceremony (Sacred Site)
Aztalan State Park is a National Historic Landmark and contains one of Wisconsin's most important archaeological sites. It showcases an ancient Middle-Mississippian village that thrived between A.D. 1000 and 1300. The people who settled Aztalan built large, flat-topped pyramidal mounds and a stockade around their village. Portions of the stockade and two mounds have been reconstructed in the park.
In 1900 the Earth had 30 millions species, species which took billions of years to create. Now, we have less than half of that number...fewer than 15 million species. And this all happened in 100 years: a geological blink of an eye.
"What we do now in this moment, or fail to, will be humanity's defining legacy." ~ Robby Romero
"Nature, the First People, and the spirit of our ancestors are giving great warnings. If we human beings do not wake up to the warnings, the great purification will come to destroy the world - just as the previous worlds were destroyed." ~ Thomas Banyacya, Hopi Elder
EAGLE & CONDOR STAFF
Two Eagle, Two Hawk and One Condor Feather
"Representing the Integrity, Honor and Unity of the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas"