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Celebration and Information for Native Americans in New York City


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I love so much Native Americans' culture. They are so familiar with nature and show respect for the Crator even though they don't know his name. When I watched these videos about brother Forest James: http://tv.jw.org/#en/video/VODIntExp/pub-jwbvs_201502_1_VIDEO and brother Bill Richards: http://tv.jw.org/#en/video/VODIntExp/pub-jwbls_201509_1_VIDEO I was excited by the music backround, that is traditional music of natives, by their culture and of course the efforts of these brothers to approach Jehovah. The brothers, that live in US, are very lucky having there these people.

I'm collecting traditional items from all over the world. I have items from Kenya, Lesotho, Turkey and from Aborigines in Australia. If there is a brother who is Native American here or having relationships with them, I would be grateful sending to me something traditional of them (not spiritualistic of course). 

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