Seeking tribal end of the world stories

Dear Editor,

I am working on a column about the weather we are having now – and global warming – I would like to ask you all to please send me your tribal end of the world stories.

My grandfather – who was the tribes medicine man until he died 4 years ago – told me in short: that it will rain where it has never rained before – but the world will thirst for water; it will snow where it has never snowed before, but yet the rivers will run dry in the summer and the earth will begin to slowly burn from the top down.

Water will be the most important thing left on earth, but it will not be good to drink or be enough of it around for the people.

Let me know - what is your tribal story here.

John Sanchez, Associate Professor
Journalism/News Media Ethics
College of Communications:
Penn State University
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University Park, Pennsylvania 16802
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