There are over twenty five channels on YouTube bringing the voices of wisdom keepers to the fore, most of them were founded by indigenous peoples. We support the sharing and preservation of sacred wisdom teachings, the very foundation of sustainability principles and practices, and offer EarthSayers as a "connecting tool" working towards the idea of One Voice through this special collection and other vidoes on EarthSayers such the series, Native Perspectives on Sustainability.
We are grateful to the individuals and organizations who are using the world wide web to present and spread the indigenous voices of sustainability.
Curated by mokiethecat
Eternal Peace by Stanislaw Michel of Gdansk
"The Earth is threatened by continuously ongoing conflicts."
Stanislaw Michel an 85 year old architect who was responsible for the rebuilding of over 90 buildings in Gdansk after the second world war talks about how we can find peace with our neighbors.
EarthSayer Stanislaw Michel
Foundations of Indigenous Thought by Renee Gurneau
Our Loss of Wisdom by Barry Schwartz
Finding Out the History of Native People by Gabrielle Tayac
Honor The Earth by Winona LaDuke
Wiping of the Tears Ceremony: A Vision by Pat McCabe
Rights of Mother Earth in Alaska by Alanna Hurley
Love of Wisdom by Alan Watts (1969)
A Mamo's Gift: The Law of Origin by Sequoyah Trueblood Pt. 2 of 3
Gratitude & Giving Thanks by Marsha Forest
Living Outside Borders by Sherman Alexie
Womb at the Center of the Universe by Larry Merculieff (Aleut)
We need to talk about an injustice by Bryan Stevenson
The Forest is For All of Us by Community Leader Domingo Peas
Vote Yes Film Project on Indigenous Equality in Australia
Legislating Rights of Mother Earth by Patricia Gualinga Motalvo
Pursuit of the Sense of the Meaning of Life by Fr. Charlie Moore
Global Elders Gathering 2012 by Rare Earth Foundation
Global Dialogues Across Worlds by Ashok Gangadean
Recognizing the Great Mystery by Mayan Elder Flordemayo
Tourism, not Oil by Hilario Saant of Ecuador
No Unity by Tata Erick Gonzalez
Standing in that Place of Peace by Sequoyah Trueblood (Choctaw)