Conversations With Activists to Inspire Global Change with Gabriel of Urantia provides a forum for activists to voice their concerns, and to educate the public about humanitarian issues.
In this episode Gabriel of Urantia interviews Russell Means (1939 - 2012) - actor, author, activist, and one of the original members of the American Indian Movement (AIM).
Known for his roles in Last Of The Mohicans, Natural Born Killers, Pathfinder and other films, Means first passion was as an activist fighting for his people. Born on the Pine Ridge Reservation of the Oglala Sioux, which has the lowest per capita income in the country and ranks as the poorest county in the nation, Means was raised with a deep understanding of the oppression of American Indians by the U.S. government.
As the first National Director of AIM, he became one of the leaders of the 1973 Wounded Knee Occupation and standoff with the United States government. One of the most visible and outspoken activists for American Indian rights, Means led many other protests such as the occupation of Mount Rushmore and of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington D.C. and was an aggressive advocate for American Indian rights.
In this, parts 1 and 2 of a 4-part series, Russell Means discusses Genesis, Genocide, and Activism.
Series 2 is available as well: Russell Means Parts 3 & 4 - In parts 3 and 4, Russell Means shares about his life and experiences with The Unknown War and Rebirth.
Gabriel of Urantia is a spiritual leader, musician, author, visionary, and co-founder of The University of Ascension Science & The Physics Rebellion (https://UASPR.org).
He has been proactive in the spiritual, social, and environmental arenas for more than 30 years. He was the first to develop the concept of "spiritual activism," which led to his Spiritualution—Justice to the People (https://spiritualution.org) movement that has inspired and influenced millions towards a better and brighter tomorrow.
Gabriel of Urantia's Conversations with Activists is a 7-DVD series interview collection in which Gabriel of Urantia talks with musical, social, and spiritual activists from around the world.
The complete 7 DVD set can be found at GlobalChangeTools.org: