Building Principled Centered Movements for Unprecedented, Unified Action

Summer of Peace 2014 > Emerging Peace Story > Indigenous Wisdom
Broadcast on July 08, 2014
With Chief Phil Lane Jr.

According to Indigenous Elders and Spiritual Leaders, the Universe we live in is organized according to certain Natural Laws. These Physical and Spiritual Laws are in-separately connected.

Chief Phil Lane Jr.

Chairman-Four Worlds International Institute Global leader in Indigenous Dev.

Hereditary Chief Phil Lane, Jr. is a member of Yankton Sioux Tribe and Chickasaw Nation. For over 50 years, Phil has dedicated himself to working with Indigenous peoples from across the Americas, South East Asia, India, the Pacific and Africa to in human, community, and economic development with a unique focus on the importance of culture and spirituality in all dimensions of development. In 1982, with elders from across North America, Phil co-founded the Four Worlds International Institute (FWII) — an organization that transcends assimilation, resignation and conflict by building partnerships with all nations and peoples. Thanks to Phil’s leadership, FWII is deeply contributing to the unification of the human family by co-creating community-based, culturally-respectful, principle-centered strategies and programming.

In 1992, Phil was the first Indigenous person to win the prestigious Windstar Award, for being “a global citizen whose life exemplifies commitment to a global perspective, operates with awareness of the spiritual dimension of human existence and demonstrates concrete actions of the benefit for humans and all living systems of the Earth.” In 2000, he received the International Award for Freedom and Human Rights from the Foundation for Freedom and Human Rights in Berne, Switzerland. Chief Phil Lane, Jr. served 16 years as Associate Professor in Indigenous Education at the University of Lethbridge, is an award-winning author and film producer, and holds Masters degrees in education and public administration.

11 Days of Global Unity: Compassion in Action Panel

Broadcast on September 11, 2014
With James O'Dea & Dr. James Doty & Chief Phil Lane Jr. & Marilyn Turkovich & Sandra Djuvara Melone

Chief Phil Lane Jr.

Chairman-Four Worlds International Institute Global leader in Indigenous Dev.

Hereditary Chief Phil Lane, Jr. is a member of Yankton Sioux Tribe and Chickasaw Nation. For over 50 years, Phil has dedicated himself to working with Indigenous peoples from across the Americas, South East Asia, India, the Pacific and Africa to in human, community, and economic development with a unique focus on the importance of culture and spirituality in all dimensions of development. In 1982, with elders from across North America, Phil co-founded the Four Worlds International Institute (FWII) — an organization that transcends assimilation, resignation and conflict by building partnerships with all nations and peoples. Thanks to Phil’s leadership, FWII is deeply contributing to the unification of the human family by co-creating community-based, culturally-respectful, principle-centered strategies and programming.

In 1992, Phil was the first Indigenous person to win the prestigious Windstar Award, for being “a global citizen whose life exemplifies commitment to a global perspective, operates with awareness of the spiritual dimension of human existence and demonstrates concrete actions of the benefit for humans and all living systems of the Earth.” In 2000, he received the International Award for Freedom and Human Rights from the Foundation for Freedom and Human Rights in Berne, Switzerland. Chief Phil Lane, Jr. served 16 years as Associate Professor in Indigenous Education at the University of Lethbridge, is an award-winning author and film producer, and holds Masters degrees in education and public administration.

Rosebud Sioux Tribe Declares Keystone Pipeline Approval "Act of War": Background and Game-changing Response

Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit 2014 > Planetary Peace > Indigenous Wisdom
Broadcast on November 18, 2014
With Chief Phil Lane Jr.

In this session Chief Phil Lane, Jr. will discuss the importance of moving toward alternative energy together with allies, because it is the only way to demonstrate to the human family around that there is another way besides our dependence on petroleum.

Chief Phil Lane Jr.

Chairman-Four Worlds International Institute Global leader in Indigenous Dev.

Hereditary Chief Phil Lane, Jr. is a member of Yankton Sioux Tribe and Chickasaw Nation. For over 50 years, Phil has dedicated himself to working with Indigenous peoples from across the Americas, South East Asia, India, the Pacific and Africa to in human, community, and economic development with a unique focus on the importance of culture and spirituality in all dimensions of development. In 1982, with elders from across North America, Phil co-founded the Four Worlds International Institute (FWII) — an organization that transcends assimilation, resignation and conflict by building partnerships with all nations and peoples. Thanks to Phil’s leadership, FWII is deeply contributing to the unification of the human family by co-creating community-based, culturally-respectful, principle-centered strategies and programming.

In 1992, Phil was the first Indigenous person to win the prestigious Windstar Award, for being “a global citizen whose life exemplifies commitment to a global perspective, operates with awareness of the spiritual dimension of human existence and demonstrates concrete actions of the benefit for humans and all living systems of the Earth.” In 2000, he received the International Award for Freedom and Human Rights from the Foundation for Freedom and Human Rights in Berne, Switzerland. Chief Phil Lane, Jr. served 16 years as Associate Professor in Indigenous Education at the University of Lethbridge, is an award-winning author and film producer, and holds Masters degrees in education and public administration.

Closing Words

Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit 2014
Broadcast on November 20, 2014
With Chief Phil Lane Jr.

Chief Phil Lane Jr. will close out the Global Indigneous Wisdom Summit with a summary and actions regarding Keystone Pipeline.

Chief Phil Lane Jr.

Chairman-Four Worlds International Institute Global leader in Indigenous Dev.

Hereditary Chief Phil Lane, Jr. is a member of Yankton Sioux Tribe and Chickasaw Nation. For over 50 years, Phil has dedicated himself to working with Indigenous peoples from across the Americas, South East Asia, India, the Pacific and Africa to in human, community, and economic development with a unique focus on the importance of culture and spirituality in all dimensions of development. In 1982, with elders from across North America, Phil co-founded the Four Worlds International Institute (FWII) — an organization that transcends assimilation, resignation and conflict by building partnerships with all nations and peoples. Thanks to Phil’s leadership, FWII is deeply contributing to the unification of the human family by co-creating community-based, culturally-respectful, principle-centered strategies and programming.

In 1992, Phil was the first Indigenous person to win the prestigious Windstar Award, for being “a global citizen whose life exemplifies commitment to a global perspective, operates with awareness of the spiritual dimension of human existence and demonstrates concrete actions of the benefit for humans and all living systems of the Earth.” In 2000, he received the International Award for Freedom and Human Rights from the Foundation for Freedom and Human Rights in Berne, Switzerland. Chief Phil Lane, Jr. served 16 years as Associate Professor in Indigenous Education at the University of Lethbridge, is an award-winning author and film producer, and holds Masters degrees in education and public administration.

Healing the Hurts: Indian Boarding Schools in North America

Broadcast on August 04, 2015
With Chief Phil Lane Jr.

This session will explore the devastating effects of the Indian boarding schools that dramatically shattered aboriginal culture, children, families and communities throughout North America. It also will discuss the healing activities that have occurred the past few decades and outline the steps that can happen to help the entire human family heal from these tragedies, including actions that you can take in support of these efforts.

Chief Phil Lane Jr.

Chairman-Four Worlds International Institute Global leader in Indigenous Dev.

Hereditary Chief Phil Lane, Jr. is a member of Yankton Sioux Tribe and Chickasaw Nation. For over 50 years, Phil has dedicated himself to working with Indigenous peoples from across the Americas, South East Asia, India, the Pacific and Africa to in human, community, and economic development with a unique focus on the importance of culture and spirituality in all dimensions of development. In 1982, with elders from across North America, Phil co-founded the Four Worlds International Institute (FWII) — an organization that transcends assimilation, resignation and conflict by building partnerships with all nations and peoples. Thanks to Phil’s leadership, FWII is deeply contributing to the unification of the human family by co-creating community-based, culturally-respectful, principle-centered strategies and programming.

In 1992, Phil was the first Indigenous person to win the prestigious Windstar Award, for being “a global citizen whose life exemplifies commitment to a global perspective, operates with awareness of the spiritual dimension of human existence and demonstrates concrete actions of the benefit for humans and all living systems of the Earth.” In 2000, he received the International Award for Freedom and Human Rights from the Foundation for Freedom and Human Rights in Berne, Switzerland. Chief Phil Lane, Jr. served 16 years as Associate Professor in Indigenous Education at the University of Lethbridge, is an award-winning author and film producer, and holds Masters degrees in education and public administration.