The first speaker, Angaangaq Lybreth, is an Inuit elder, initially from Greenland and now living in Canada. He will speak on the reflection relationship between the environmental condition of the planet, particularly the melting ice, and man's inner nature.

Mr. Lybreth heads the Indigenous International Earth Restoration Corps, is on the Board of the Club of Budapest, is an advisor to the Jane Goodall Institute, and represents the Indigenous community to the North American United Religions Initiative. He is a frequent speaker at colleges and universities, and is a liaison to many indigenous tribes.

Our second speaker, Gary Smith, is a member of the Iriquois Nation, and operates as a "bridge between worlds". Adopted out at the age of three months into the white community, Gary has returned to his tribal roots carrying the ability to relate in each world. He is a weaver, connecting tribal pockets of people all over the world. He is also a Mayan Staff Carrier, and a Pipe Carrier. Gary spent 20 years working in special operations for the military.and has extensive corporate/political experience.

In addition to the talk, the evening will include songs, ceremony, and a question period from the audience.

Suggested tax-deductible donation is $20, made to The Masters Group. No one is turned away for inability to pay.

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VOLUNTEERS: We could use your help setting up the Chapel for this event. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Gerry at

Directions to Kay Chapel, American University: Follow links for: DC: Our Campus > Directions> Main Campus. You should be able to download the map from here. Park in the Nebraska Ave. parking lot.