James R. Newell, PhD

James R. Newell, PhD


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Educator, Counselor, Personal Coach. James R. James is also a counselor and personal coach, and a member of the executive board of the Depth Psychology Alliance.

Newell is an educator, counselor, personal coach and professional musician who lives and works in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. James’ research interests include depth psychology, ethnomusicology, and the healing impact of music in cross-cultural settings of religious worship and social interaction. James is an adjunct online instructor for a number of colleges, including Central Michigan Universi


At age 52, Joseph “Stick” Ross testified before the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes in Fort Gibson, Indian Territory, in April 1901. Ross enrolled himself, his wife Nancy and his five youngest children as Cherokee Freedmen (shown here).

In his interview with the commission, Ross talked about his children, identified his post office address as the Tahlequah District and said that he’d always lived in the Cherokee Nation.

Ross, enslaved with his parents by Principal Chief John Ross, was freed after the 1866 Treaty abolished slavery in the Cherokee Nation. Ross was allotted land, now known as Stick Ross Mountain, and went on to serve on the Cherokee National Council in 1893.

Stick Ross died in 1930, but his legacy lives on in the Cherokee Nation.

Image courtesy of the National Archives at Fort Worth, Texas


Marilyn Vann broke barriers last year when she became the first Cherokee citizen of Freedmen descent since Oklahoma statehood to hold a position on a Cherokee Nation government board.

Vann, who spent more than 30 years as an engineer for the U.S. Treasury Department, is a trailblazing leader and now sits on the tribe’s Environmental Protection Commission.

For years, Vann has been fighting for the rights of Freedmen — descendants of people once enslaved by members of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee and Seminole Nations — and is the president of the Descendants of Freedmen of the Five Tribes.

Timeline photos 02/15/2022

Happy Killing of Captain Cook Day!

"On February 14, 1779 Captain James Cook of the british royal navy was killed by natives in Kealakekua Bay, on the Big Island of Hawaii. Cook was a true savage, who sailed across the world bringing murder, r**e, disease, and colonialism to native peoples all over the Pacific.
When he was killed, Cook was trying to kidnap the Hawaiian Aliʻi (tribal chief) Kalaniʻōpuʻu in response to an unknown person stealing a small boat. In the process, he had threatened to open fire on the islanders.
At this point, the Hawaiians decided they had enough of Cook’s bu****it, threatened with mass murder and the kidnapping of one of their tribal leaders, the Hawaiian islanders finally gave this piece of s**t what he deserved: a beatdown on the beach, and a knife to the chest. This put an end to a lifetime of predatory behavior and conquest of lands in the service to the british empire.

So how about instead of celebrating a boring consumerist holiday like Valentine’s Day, we celebrate something awesome, like the death of Captain Cook …"

Thanks James Connolly


Today is the birthday of Art Spiegelman, whose Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel, "Maus," explores his father's experiences as a Holocaust survivor. In response to a Tennessee school board's recent decision to remove the book from classroom curriculum, LibraryThing has been hosting a group read of the first volume of "Maus." Come join the discussion!


Today I stood with Quanesha Langley (daughter), Roslyn Langley (mother) and other family members as we recounted last breaths.

Robert was unarmed, following commands, shot and killed by a Hemmingway City Police Officer.

Tonight google the name Robert Langley read his story and keep his family in your prayers.

Timeline photos 01/27/2022

Today I remember…
Today we remember Ira Hamilton Hayes (Jan. 12, 1923 – Jan. 24, 1955). He was a Pima Native American and a U.S. Marine corporal who was one of six immortalized in the photo of the flag raising on Iwo Jima during World War II and the U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial. He enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserve on August 26, 1942. He fought in the Bougainville and Iwo Jima campaigns in the Pacific Theatre of Operations.


"The lady circled in red was Lucy Higgs Nichols. She was born into slavery in Tennessee, but during the Civil War she managed to escape and found her way to 23rd Indiana Infantry Regiment which was encamped nearby. She stayed with the regiment and worked as a nurse throughout the war. After the war, she moved north with the regiment and settled in Indiana, where she found work with some of the veterans of the 23rd. She applied for a pension after Congress passed the Army Nurses Pension Act of 1892 which allowed Civil War nurses to draw pensions for their service. The War Department had no record of her, so her pension was denied. Fifty-five surviving veterans of the 23rd petitioned Congress for the pension they felt she had rightfully earned, and it was granted.

"The photograph shows Nichols and other veterans of the Indiana regiment at a reunion in 1898. She died in 1915 and is buried in a cemetery in New Albany, Indiana."

Thanks to Scott Horton.

Photos from Cherokee Nation's post 12/29/2021
How solitude can help you regulate your mood : Life Kit 12/23/2021

How solitude can help you regulate your mood : Life Kit Everyone needs a little alone time, but with the current pandemic, you might have either too much "me" time or not enough. Let's get that balance back. This episode breaks down some of the research behind what makes even small bouts of solitude restorative and what to do when you're alone too much.

Bison in Canada Discover Ancient Petroglyphs, Fulfilling an Indigenous Prophecy 11/29/2021

The elders of the Wahpeton Dakota Nation had long prophesized that the return of the plains bison to their ancestral lands would portend a welcome turn of events for Canada’s First Nation peoples. They may not have known, however, that it would take just eight months for this prediction to come true....

Bison in Canada Discover Ancient Petroglyphs, Fulfilling an Indigenous Prophecy Reintroduced to Wanuskewin Heritage Park in 2019, the animals' hooves uncovered four 1,000-year-old rock carvings

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