United Nations - Rights of Indigenous People w/ El Shafiq

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TUNE INTO CIVIL ALERT to gain insight about the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People, an international standard which addresses the inalienable rights to self-determanation, right to a name and nationality, and fair press and representative education that correctly represents the indigenous peoples of the Earth. PhilAdelphia has designated the 2nd Saturday in October to be Indigenious People's Day and El Shafiq Ali played a role in bringing this to fruition.

El Shafiq Ali, is one of the original cofounders/co-host of Civil Alert Radio when the show aired in Philly from 2000-2008. Since the show, he has been diligent with being involved in community affairs and with getting into the constitutional fold.

Shafiq is a paralegal, researcher, and family man in Philadelphia. His lineage on his maternal side is Anikituwagi/The Principal People (Cherokee) and English and his Paternal side is Cherakowa (Apache), Roanoke & Polish. El has made it a priority for him and his children to know there culture, and heritage. In addition to being a co-founder and host of Civil Alert Radio on WURD 900 AM he also worked at WNWR1540am, and WPEB FM. ~13 years total.Through his radio work, he has formed many relationships with many national and international indigenous peoples, lawyers, scholars and United Nation officials with the UN Permanent forum of Indigneous Issues. We will address Shafiq's journey, discuss the Indigenious People's Day Celebration details and talk about what the UN Declaration stand for,how to enforce it and what it means to be indigenious peoples.

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Right to life. Everlife. Unalienable Rights. Self-Determination.

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