Haudenosaunee Confederacy defends environment at UN
The Haudenosaunee are taking their fight to restore Onondaga Lake to the United Nations, calling on the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues to raise their voices in support of restoring Mother Earth.
A seven-member Haudenosaunee delegation, led by Tadodaho (Chief) Sidney Hill of the Onondaga Nation, presented the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon with an engraved plaque featuring the Tree of Peace and the flag of the Confederacy.
Hill said the delegation hopes to continue to further diplomatic relations within the United Nations.
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