Colorado Acknowledgement of Sand Creek Massacre

150-year Commemoration Of The Sand Creek Massacre SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 14-030 BY SENATOR(S) Roberts and Kefalas, Aguilar, Crowder, Balmer, Baumgardner, Brophy, Cadman, Grantham, Guzman, Harvey, Heath, Herpin, Hill, Hodge, Jahn, Johnston, Jones, Kerr, King, Lambert, Lundberg, Marble, Newell, Nicholson, Renfroe, Rivera, Scheffel, Schwartz, Steadman, Tochtrop, Todd, Ulibarri, Zenzinger, Carroll; also REPRESENTATIVE(S) Dore, Becker, Buck, Buckner,... Continue Reading →

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 →

Conversation for Reconciliation

The Invitation (Archived from 2012) Join the Conversation for Reconciliation: December 19, 2012 Page 45 of the 2010 Department of Defense appropriations bill (H.R. 3326) contains an apology to Native Americans on behalf of the citizens of the Unites States.  This apology is buried in a 67 page bill that has never been clearly communicated... Continue Reading →

Apology to Native Peoples of the United States

H.R. 3326 (111th): Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2010 Apology to Native Peoples of the United States Sec. 8113. (a) Acknowledgment and Apology- The United States, acting through Congress-- (1) recognizes the special legal and political relationship Indian tribes have with the United States and the solemn covenant with the land we share; (2) commends... Continue Reading →

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