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Chief Bob Redhawk - Biography

Chief Bob Redhawk
Lena'pe Nation, USA
Director - Sacred Waters Honor Journey
bbrth@sbcglobal.net

Chief Bob is currently serving his second term as Chief of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania (previous term from 1998-2003, current term began in 2007).

He has worked for the Lenape Nation since 1976 as Coordinator of Public Outreach, Education Coordinator, and Assistant Chief. He is founder of the Red Hawk Singers and co-founder of the Red Hawk Dance Troupe that has traveled the world educating about indigenous culture.

Chief Bob was involved in the historical event, the "Rising Nation River Journey" that resulted in the "Treaty of Renewed Friendship" that was signed in 2002.

Chief Bob was co-curator of "Fulfilling a Prophecy: The Past and Present of the Lenape in Pennsylvania" at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaelogy and Anthropology.

He is a Consulting Party with the Department of Veterans Affairs on the Washington Crossing National Cemetary Project and for the Federal Highway Administration on the I-95/GIR Improvement Corridor Project.

Chief Bob is involved in the Penn Cultural Heritage Center and the Maya Area Cultural Heritage Initiative.

He is Regional Coordinator for International Men's Day in the United States.



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