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Ola Cassadore Davis

Chairperson

APACHE SURVIVAL COALITION

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Native Children's Survival

nativechildrenssurvival.org [cached]

Ola Cassadore Davis
"Working to protect endangered Sacred Sites such as 'DZIL NCHAA SI' AN' the Apache holy land known as Mount Graham and religious and cultural rights." Ola Cassadore Davis 89, passed into the spirit world November 25, 2012. Survived by her husband, Michael; one sister, two sons, four daughters and 14 grandchildren. Ola was the Chairperson for the Apache Survival Coalition. She was impassioned with a powerful voice. She used her voice and power to protect dzil-nchaa-si-an and the traditional ways of the Apache. Ola was truly one of the great warriors of our time.


Odyssey of the 8th FIre

8thfire.net [cached]

Ola Cassadore Davis, Chairperson of the Apache Survival Coalition, and her husband, Mike, have worked in opposition to the development plans for many long years.
She will not give in to the larger, lavishly funded sources that want to cut trees and build telescopes on the mountain Ola said that the people can see the white box-like industrial telescope building from the reservation, and that it interferes with the prayer life of the people in their efforts to keep the whole of our Earth sacred.


Odyssey of the 8th FIre

www.8thfire.net [cached]

Ola Cassadore Davis, Chairperson of the Apache Survival Coalition, and her husband, Mike, have worked in opposition to the development plans for many long years.
She will not give in to the larger, lavishly funded sources that want to cut trees and build telescopes on the mountain Ola said that the people can see the white box-like industrial telescope building from the reservation, and that it interferes with the prayer life of the people in their efforts to keep the whole of our Earth sacred.


Films | Eagle Thunder Enterprises

eaglethunder.com [cached]

Written, directed and hosted by Robby Romero and co-written by Suzan Shown Harjo, "Makoce Wakan" offers insights about the personal, spiritual, and political importance of protecting Sacred Sites with appearances by: Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R-Colorado), Richard Moves Camp (Oglala Lakota Spiritual Leader), Audrey Shenandoah and Betty Jacobs (Onondaga Clan Mothers), Franklin Stanley (Apache Spiritual Leader), Ola Cassadore (Apache Survival Coalition), and Chief Leon Shenandoah (Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy).


ORGANIZATIONS NCS SUPPORTS | Eagle Thunder Enterprises

eaglethunder.com [cached]

Ola Cassadore Davis 89, passed into the spirit world November 25, 2012.
Survived by her husband, Michael; one sister, two sons, four daughters and 14 grandchildren. Ola was the Chairperson for the Apache Survival Coalition. She was impassioned with a powerful voice. She used her voice and power to protect dzil-nchaa-si-an and the traditional ways of the Apache. Ola was truly one of the great warriors of our time.


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