A Native Perspective: 100 Days

Last Friday, in a speech to the National Rifle Association, President Trump spoke about his victory in the Electoral College. He noted that he was the only candidate to give a speech to the NRA during the campaign. And, he warned his audience that in the 2020 election many Democratic candidates would be clamoring to... Continue Reading →


While some strive to keep America great, and others strive to make America great (again), I propose the better, and more pressing work, is to ensure We the People actually means All the People (for the first time). ~Mark Charles

I am currently writing a book about the Doctrine of Discovery along with Dr. Soong-Chan Rah. There is a crowdfunding campaign to support the writing process with reward levels that includes SIGNED COPIES of the book once it is released! Click here for more information.

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Video: Renovation Church

In February 2014, Mark Charles spoke at Renovation Church in Buffalo, NY. Video: "Embracing the Discomfort of our Diversity" This presentation also includes my definition of the Navajo Time Perception (at the 22 minute and 45 second mark).

Video: Calvin College Chapel

In Sept. 2013, Mark Charles spoke at Calvin College Chapel. Video: "Power and Authority" This is a presentation regarding the difference between worldly power and spiritual authority as it is seen in the Gospel of Mark chapter 6.

Apology Event: In the News

CNN Navajo man wants the nation to hear its official apology by Moni Basu, CNN December 19, 2012 Indian Country Today Does a Silent Apology Really Say ‘We’re Sorry’? By Lise Balk King December 3, 2011 Indianz.com Mark Charles: Starting the conversation for US reconciliation MONDAY, MAY 7, 2012 Mark Charles: US 'apology' to Indian people goes... Continue Reading →

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