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THE HONORABLE CHIEF ROBERT MEXHALANIYAT RED HAWK RUTH: A MAN WO GREETS THE WORLD WITH AN OPEN HEART AND AN OPEN MIND

Currently serving his second term which began in 2007 as Chief of the Lenape Nation, The Honorable CHIEF ROBERT MEXHALANIYAT RED HAWK RUTH is also the 2011 and 2012 International Men’s Day (www.international-mens-day.com) Regional Coordinator for the Lenape Nation in the United States. He is a compassionate man endowed with the Wisdom of the Ages who greets the world with an open heart and an open mind. As the founder of the Red Hawk Singers and co-founder of the Red Hawk Dance Troupe, CHIEF ROBERT MEXHALANIYAT RED HAWK RUTH -- has reintroduced our global village to the rich culture, history, and traditions of indigenous people who are members of “First Nations”. CHIEF ROBERT MEXHALANIYAT RED HAWK RUTH played a pivotal role in the historical event, “The Rising Nation River Journey”, which culminated in the 2002 signing of the “Treaty of Renewed Friendship”. He is the co-curator of “Fulfilling A Prophecy: The Past and Present of the Lenape in Pennsylvania” which is located in th…

HOUSE OF UMOJA, INC. ISSUES CALL TO PRAYER TO PHILADELPHIA'S INTERFAITH COMMUNITY

CONTACT:
Queen Mother Falaka Fattah
House Of Umoja, Inc.
Telephone: (215) 473-5893
E-Mail: falakafattah@aol.com



PHILADELPHIA, PA (USA)19 March 2012 -- On Sunday, 22 April 2012, the House of Umoja, Inc.’s (www.houseofumoja.org) facilitation of an Earth Day 2012 Celebration in conjunction with its multi-tiered Think Green Peace 2012 Initiative will be marked with the issuance of a “Call To Prayer” to Philadelphia’s Interfaith Community. Churches, synagogues, mosques, and temples throughout the City of Philadelphia are being asked to offer prayers for peace and healing. Under the leadership of Queen Mother Falaka Fattah, the House of Umoja, Inc.‘s Earth Day Celebration which occurs on 22 April 2012 will become the vehicle for bringing together stakeholders, all of whom have key “pieces of the puzzle” to bringing hope, beauty, healing, and peace to our streets, neighborhoods, and to our City.


“Religious institutions are stakeholders that have a key ‘piece of the puzzle’ to brin…