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THE HONORABLE ROBERT MEXHALANIYAT RED HAWK RUTH, CHIEF OF THE LENAPE NATION, SELECTED AS NATIONAL STRATEGIC COORDINATOR (USA) - 2012 INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY

PHILADELPHIA, PA (USA)1 JULY 2012 – The International Men’s Day Coordination Committee has announced the selection of The Honorable Robert Mexhalaniyat Red Hawk Ruth, Chief of the Lenape Nation (USA) as the National Strategic Coordinator for the United States for 2012 International Men’s Day (www.international-mens-day.com).  Currently serving his second term which began in 2007 as Chief of the Lenape Nation, The Honorable CHIEF ROBERT MEXHALANIYAT RED HAWK RUTH also currently serves as the Regional Coordinator for the Lenape Nation (USA) for 2012 International Men’s Day which is being observed on Monday, 19 November 2012 in over 60 nations around the world under the theme, “Helping Men and Boys Live Longer, Happier, Healthier Lives”. 


“I am honored to help in any way I can to promote 2012 International Men’s Day as its United States National Strategic Coordinator. I have been very busy working with men's traditional medicine societies on 2012 International Men’s Day and it is spreading across North and South Turtle Island. It is called the ‘Eagle and the Condor Prophecy’,” The Honorable CHIEF ROBERT MEXHALANIYAT “RED HAWK” RUTH remarked when reached for comment.

 “We are honored that The Honorable CHIEF ROBERT MEXHALANIYAT RED HAWK RUTH has accepted the International Men’s Day Coordination Committee’s invitation to serve as the National Strategic Coordinator for 2012 International Men’s Day for the United States of America. He is a compassionate man endowed with the Wisdom of the Ages who greets the world with an open heart and an open mind,” commented Diane A. Sears who serves as the United States Coordinator for 2012 International Men’s Day and is a member of the International Men’s Day Coordination Committee.

  To contact The Honorable CHIEF ROBERT MEXHALANIYAT RED HAWK RUTH, the United States National Strategic Coordinator by send an e-mail to: bbrth@sbcglobal.net.

  For information about 2012 International Men’s Day, visit its website at www.international-mens-day.com.

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