Aztlan Raza Unidos Enterprise’s (www.aztlanrazaunidos.com), 3rd Annual Turkey Drive and Give A Way is now underway. We are excited about being able to give back to our communities again this year and we would like to invite you to partner with us in providing an opportunity for individuals and families to have a blessed Thanksgiving this year.
We ask that you consider making a donation, any amount large or small is greatly appreciated, and all donations are fully tax-deductible. Our 501(c) (3) information will be provided upon request and will accompany all donation receipts.
We thank you in advance for your donation, gifts, help and prayers and we look forward to making this event one that will continue to serve our communities for years to come.
Should you have any additional questions, please contact, Theresia Reyes-Elias or Andrew Elias, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, ATTN: 3rd Annual ARU Turkey Drive or you may call (909) 815-4003.
“Open your hearts this holiday and partner with us to help feed a deserving family”
As Aztlan Raza Unidos begins its 3rd Annual Turkey Drive Give-A-Way to once again help feed those in our communities who might otherwise go without and hungry this Thanksgiving. We are reaching out to ask your assistance to make this possible. At a time when many people are focused on giving thanks for the many blessings in their lives, others are feeling emptiness and need.
Our goal this year is to provide 100 individuals and families with a Turkey in order for them to have a great Thanksgiving. Any donation no matter great or small will make a difference!
This interview was recorded on September 3, 2016. Former Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Historic Preservation Officer Tim Mentz explains the destruction of burial grounds and sacred sites by Dakota Access Pipeline LLC. This sacred site is what people were trying to protect when Energy Transfer Partners brought in aggressive dogs to attack unarmed people.
Yesterday, over 500 Water Protectors marched to the location where the Dakota Access pipeline company bulldozed thru a sacred site that included grave markers.
This was a collective peace action that reflects the truest intent of this movement and struggle, the necessity to protect and defend the sacred.
As Oceti Sakowin people, our relationship to the land and water is the foundation of our identity.
Dakota Access literally plowed through a burial site and a significant ceremonial site that was JUST identified by the landowner and tribal members. This was off-reservation. They plowed it before a state agency could come to the site and do a survey, with which the agency (SHPO) could trigger a work stoppage thru the site.
Understand this, we will stop this pipeline. But the struggle to protect the land, water and our communities is more than just the physical, it’s also a spiritual struggle. That is why we chose to take this moment yesterday to have prayer for the land and ancestors that were disturbed.
Here’s Ashley Nicole Welch a domestic terrorist who attacked peaceful protectors at Sacred Stone Camp.
She is the lady using her dog as a weapon. She should be tried for animal cruelty and assault with a deadly weapon. She IS NOT a police officer and has no authority other than by her employer to attack others. She is the worst of the worst, a mercenary paid to harm peaceful protestors.”
We at Aztlan Raza Unidos Enterprises support our family, The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
Aztlan Raza Unidos urges you to please listen and accept the challenge to help Mother Earth… Please make your video and post it lets all share all over social media etc… Actions matter A’ho!#Standing Rock Sioux Tribe #LandRights
Aztlan Raza Unidos Enterprises, Founders Andrew & Theresia Elias would like to thank all of our wonderful donors and supporters for partnering us to make a difference in the lives of our children by providing backpacks filled with all the tools they will need to get a good start to this school year.
A big thank you to all of you for helping us support our friends at Tender Loving Covers (TLC) Lisa Almeida Founder with this year’s annual “Back to School – Back Pack” project. TLC will be donating these backpacks to some of the various homeless shelters throughout Los Angeles County. Know that YOU all were so helpful and this year we will be able to make a difference in the lives of thirty plus children.
Let us remember: One book, one pen, one pencil, one child, and a community dedicated to the protection and progression of our children can change the world.