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Founders of Our Mother Earth Constitution (& IMAGINE NATION)

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All the founders are co-creators of Our Mother Earth Constitution. The Founding Mothers & Founding Fathers are as follows:

Note: Founding Mothers and Fathers means the first people who had the courage to sign Our Mother Earth Constitution to create The Borderless Land Of Imagine Nation


Here are some of the founders.

Our Creator

Our Creator (Original Founder)

Our Mother Earth Constitution is dedicated to Our Creator as the principle source of inspiration. Life, love, compassion, and wisdom would not be possible without Our Almighty Creator. Therefore, the original founder of Our Mother Earth Constitution and of IMAGINE NATION is Our Creator. Glory be bestow upon him to lead us the way into the new era of peace and love via Our Mother Earth Constitution and through the borderless land of IMAGINE NATION. Our Creator is known by many other names in different cultures. Our Creator is sometimes identified as numerical symbols Alpha and Omega (pic), meaning the beginning (“the first”) and the end (“the last”),  YaHuWAH (“English transliteration of YHWH from Hebrew, meaning I AM THAT I AM”), the Great Spirit, Grandfather….etc.



Artist David Kam

Ambassador David Kam (Ambassador of IMAGINE NATION for North America) (Original Founder)

He is an artist, visionary, think tank and futurist from the Hakka people; he was born in Canada and his parents are from the Hakka people of China. He founded and co-created Our Mother Earth Constitution and conceived the Bor­derless Land of IMAGINE NATION, a borderless country linked by social values to bring about massive environmental and social change. Right after he graduated from university, in the 1990s he was an energy drink pioneer with the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Group. In the late 1990s he became an Internet pioneer, creating the world’s first Internet ordering system by linking his online website to a customized accounting software that was built by a couple of friends. He became an art pioneer on September 12, 2001, the day after 9/11; David became an artist by founding the Thinkism Art Movement, thus creating the first fine art movement of the 21st century (“known as the socially conscious art movement”). He became a green vision­ary in 2001, producing the world’s first painting about climate change, almost 7 years before Al Gore’s Inconvenient Truth film, called Polar Bear Extinction, shown above in his Extinction Style (“the main subject is left blank on canvas”). He also owns one of the largest green/environmental groups on Linkedin called LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability)



Grandfatehr William Commanda - keeper of the 7 Fires Prophecy Belt

Grandfather William Commanda

William Commanda OC (November 11, 1913 – August 3, 2011) (Algonquin name: Ojshigkwanàng, normally written Ojigkwanong, meaning “Morning Star”) was an Algonquin elder, spiritual leader, and promoter of environmental stewardship.

William Commanda became Supreme Chief of the North American Indian Nations Government in 1952, which had been created, following grassroots efforts from the time of the establishment of the United Nations, to ensure the rightful place of Indigenous Peoples in their homeland in North America; till then they had been invisible. Its inspirational leader, Jules Sioui, was imprisoned twice, and he went on a hunger strike for a lengthy period of time; with interventions from William Commanda, he was eventually released – no charge against him was upheld in court. The work of the North American Indian Nations Government was subsumed by the Native Indian Brotherhood, now the Assembly of First Nations, when the government of Canada realized they had to address the urgent voice of the First Peoples. Jules Sioui said in 1945 that June 21 was Indian Day; when former Governor General Romeo Leblanc inaugurated the June 21 National Aboriginal Day, William Commanda’s daughter, Evelyn Commanda Dewache, offered the opening prayer and greeting.

Commanda served as Band Chief of the Kitigàn-zìbì Anishinàbeg First Nation near Maniwaki, Quebec, from 1951 to 1970. He was Keeper of several Algonquin wampum shell belts, which held records of prophecies, history, treaties and agreements. In 2008 he received the Order of Canada.

From 1951 to 1970, Commanda served as Band Chief of the Kitigàn-zìbì Anishinàbeg First Nation. In 1970, his community presented him with three sacred wampum belts, precious historical records and artifacts.[3] The three Wampum Belts that were under his care are: the Seven Fires Prophecy Belt (considered a founding document of the Algonquin Nation); the Jay Treaty Border Crossing Belt; and the Three Figure Welcoming/Agreement Wampum Belt.

He built canoes at Expo 67, and in 1969 he founded and held the first Circle of All Nations, a gathering to restore aboriginal culture and spirituality.For this, he invited people to his home for a summit every August to promote good relations between nations, healing, peace, and the protection of Earth.This meeting continues to be held annually, and includes others interested in ecology.


Francine Payer

Francine Payer

Aki Songideye Ikwe (Strong hearted woman keeper of Mother Earth) is Anishanabe Kwe, Metis of Algonquin, Abenaki and Viking descendants.  She belongs to the turtle clan, she walks with the wolf, the bear, the beaver and the ant. Grandmother of 11 and great-grand-mother of one she walked for the Water with the Mother Earth Water Walk in 2011. She participated in creating and writing the Declaration of Hope in 2010.

She is the co-founder of the Foundation for the Great Earth Peace, co-founder of SOS Poigan, member of La Famille & the Cultural Society Uashteu. Drum carrier, traditional dancer, seed keeper, cultural and environmental teacher, cultural and environmental activist and spokesperson for the Water. As a grandmother, she takes on the responsibility to assure that the next seven generation will have fresh air to breathe, clean Water to drink, live a healthy life and have healthy children.


Tsering Dolma Gyaltong

Tsering Dolma Gyaltong

Tsering Dolma is a member of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers and was born in Tibet in 1929. I’d like to talk about problems in the world and what the sources of these problems are. I am Tibetan, so I will speak about the situation in Tibet, which affects all of us. Tibetans took very good care of the land, but now it is becoming a place where radioactive waste from products all over the world is being buried. It is a danger for everyone.Because of the Communist invasion of Tibet, she escaped along with her family from Tibet in 1958 to India. In 1972, she and her family (four children) came to Canada as refugees. She returned to India and became one of the founding members who revived the Tibetan Women’s Association (TWA). During the next ten years, she served as an executive member of TWA and established over 30 branch offices worldwide. In 1995, Tsering Dolma attended the Fourth World Women’s Conference held in Beijing, China. She faced many threats and dangers as she along with others openly criticized the Chinese government and its treatment of the Tibetan people and especially Tibetan women. She now resides in Toronto and remains as an advisor to the TWA.


Grand-père T8minik Rankin

Dominique (T8aminik) Rankin

Algonquin Hereditary Chief and medicine man. From the age of 7, Grandfather T8aminik (real name Kapiteotak) was appointed as an apprentice medicine man and his father’s successor as hereditary chief. After 50 years of teaching and initiations, it is in turn become a “senior” fully recognized by his peers and now devotes himself to the role of teacher and spiritual leader whom we intended it. Survivor of Indian Residential Schools terrible time, he wrote his memoirs, in collaboration with journalist Marie-Josée Tardif. In this book, “We were called the Savages”, he delivers a stirring testimony about forgiveness and reconciliation.



Marie-Josée Tardif


Marie-Josée Tardif

For the first 15 years of his life, Marie-Josée became known as a journalist and news anchor, including Radio-Canada, LCN and Radio Rock Detente.

In 2007, she was given a Sacred Pipe, which means that the elders of the Anishinabe tradition felt she was destined to become a medicine woman. Like so many Quebecers, Marie-Josée is of French descent and indigenous (Algonquin Mi’gmaq). This is why she feels a great joy to contribute to the reconciliation of Aboriginal and Non-natives of this country. Now she attends T8aminik in his travels and teachings. It offers itself very popular courses, it helps individuals on their healing path and continues to participate in various writing projects.


Cristobal Cotji and Ixmucane Oxlajuj Ei Guadalupe Cojtí Socop

Grandfather Cristobal Cotji

Mayan spiritual elder and teacher from Guatamala of the Mayan Culture, the Mayan Calender, the Aztec Calender, and the 2012 Prophecies.

Ixmucane Oxlajuj Ei Guadalupe Cojtí Socop

The daughter of Grandfather Cristobal Cotji, she represents the female teachings of the Mayans.


Jacob Wawatie

Grandfather Jacob Wawatie

A tribal and spiritual elder of the Algonquin from Barrière Lake. He is the Founder and Director of Kokomville Academy to teach and learn knowledge in the pursuit of meeting auxiliary human requirements in respect to evolution and nature. He spent most of my life out in the woods, but went to French boarding school. Then he went to work down in New York State as a teacher’s aide, so that is where his career as a teacher began. obtain a diploma within the community.


Louise Wawatie

Grandmother Louise Wawatie

A tribal and spiritual female elder of the Algonquin from Barrière Lake.









Romola Vasantha Thumbadoo

Romola Vasantha Thumbadoo

She support the work of Algonquin Elder Grandfather WILLIAM COMMANDA informally, and she coordinate our CIRCLE OF ALL NATIONS work.





Heidi Little

Heidi Little

Heidi Little is a global thinking, theatrically trained performer, world class singer and songwriter. She was born to the prairies of Regina, Sask, Canada. Heidi has been singing for audiences since the age of 5. She wrote her first song in 1995 and has committed herself to the message of love and understanding touring North America and Mexico, globally on the radio, featured pod casts, and in interviews of all formats ever since. She has written award-winning songs: “Cowboy”, “Angel” “Movin On” granting CMA and WCMA distinction, “May You Always” reined at #1 for 2 full years on acoustic charts. Most recently “No More War” spent 2011 at #1 in Rock and All Genres on

One of Heidi’s concerts produced by CBC has been broadcasted across Canada nationally five times, turned into a live cd, and presented as a Christmas special titled ” True Believer”. It still remains a fan favorite.

Heidi is committed to bringing to the world a message of love and light thru her beliefs and her music. She gives of herself to support issues that are important to her. Some of those events that she has participated in and produced are The Sustainable Living Roadshow Festival Austin, Concerts in Honor of the Children of Israel and Gaza Strip, Haiti benefits, and Stop child abuse and spousal assault, Flood Relief for tropical storm Irene. Heidi donates a percentage of profits of each album to a cause that is dear to her and our children’s future, Farm aid, World Wildlife Federation, CARE, and The International Coral Reef Association.

Heidi has shared the stage in the past at festivals with the Northern Pikes, Alejandro Esoveda, The Skydiggers, at performance venues with Bill Bourne, Holly MCnarland, Sara Hickman, Carolyn Dawn Johnson and many independent artists. Heidi has also performed for Prince Charles and Prince Edward

Heidi is currently releasing her catalog of 6 albums in a new format called the “V ALBUM” in partnership with iBoard Inc. Endorsed by Carparelli Guitars, appreciating fans, numerous historically significant performers, and present media professionals. Heidi now lives in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, where she continues to write empowering and uplifting music dedicated to the hearts of 8 billion.



Abbey Neidik and Irene Angelico

Abbey Neidik and Irene Angelico

Founders Abbey Neidik and Irene Angelico teamed up in 1980 to produce and direct their first feature, Dark Lullabies, a personal journey film that pioneered the point-of-view genre of documentary storytelling. Exploring the repercussions of the holocaust on children of Survivors and children of Nazis, this powerful film went on to receive numerous prestigious international awards and was screened and broadcast in over thirty countries.

With a talent for telling informative and entertaining stories on compelling subjects, the filmmaking duo has gone on to produce, direct and write documentaries that have garnered awards and honours worldwide, including Genies, Geminis, Gémeaux and Best Documentary awards at festivals around the globe. Their films gain high audience ratings, are broadcast in multiple languages, and many are incorporated into university curriculum throughout the world.


ODouce Morand

ODouce Morand

She is the creator of the Spiral Cooperation, a new type of handshake that many people can participate at the same time.

Herbalist and rebirther
Actress and Film Producer
Storyteller and Musical Poet
Weaver of the Game of Synchronicity
Puppeteer for the Galactic Puppet Council
Ambassadress of the SPIRAL OF COOPERATION
Spokeperson for Galactic GrandMothers CouncIL


Honoring the Circle Council (Members)

We represent the right to ” Freedom of Peace”. We are Keepers of Peace and Children of Light.

Nancy Hummingbird
Nancy Hummingbird
Grandmother Silverstar
Grandmother Silverstar
DJ Battiest
DJ Battiest
Mary Carnahan
Mary Carnahan
 Nicole Duran
Nicole Duran
 Jannel Butterfly
Jannel Butterfly
 Kathy Mitchell
Kathy Mitchell
 Bobbie Decker
Bobbie Decker




Giuliana Riveira

Giuliana Riveira

I’m from Argentina and I’m finishing my university studies on English-Spanish Sworn Translation. I’ve been working as a freelance translator since January 2011 and my personal mission as regards my profession is to provide the highest quality language services to people and companies worldwide.

I’m very grateful for having contributed to the Spanish translation of the Earth Constitution, which I believe to be very important and I hope that many people take it seriously and sign it, because it’s beautiful what it establishes and the Earth really needs something like that. Horrible things happen every minute, even now while you are reading this, so I believe that this project is a way to keep people together and fight for a better world. It’s not impossible, since history has proved that great things can be achieved as long as the people who want them keep together. I hope that people become aware of the condition of our Mother Earth and, if we all do our bit, we can make big changes.

As for me, my dream is to have a beautiful family one day, to make a living of translation and to never give up dancing, which is my way to express myself. I’ve studied dance since I am six years old. So my advice to you is to never give up your dreams despite of the difficulties that the whole world is going through nowadays. Love, enjoy, dream, and keep on dancing til the world ends.



Priyam Basu

Priyam Basu

Priyam Basu lives in West Bengal, a state of India. He says, “I am glad to contribute with the Bengali translation In this noble project.  Thanks to David who gave me this great opportunity.”  He is presently a student, apart from that he is a translator. He translates from Bengali to English and vice versa. He is learning the French language and will start translation work from French very soon. Email Priyam Basu





Srichandan Jaiswal

Srichandan Jaiswal

To eradicate dowry i.e. one of major form of violence against women and has many negative impact like illiteracy in girls, early marriages, unequal treatment from own parents , many more health problems and many more dangerous events that are publidhed in daily newspaper which are caused manily because of it and especially the cases are of dowry burnt. This social evil is still prevalent in 21st century because though government has made law they have not given proper care to it , lacks implementation of law and also this major problem has not been addressed by UN and other development organization.

However, I am very much committed to eradicate it from grassroots and have been seeking huge support for it. Therefore I hope all of you will contribute all your efforts to help me in this huge mission from wherever you are and will build my courage and confidence to have success.


Madelain Guerin
Brian Sarwer-Foner
Chimi Gyaltong
Carole Forget
Catherine Fernandez
Marco Fernandez
Christina Thomas
Marty Brais
Marc-André Tourin
Kristine Robinson
Makna Sinatria
Meta Kalingart

Ric Vil Hori
Ian Mitchanlecuitti
Jean-Marc Lebel
Roberto Estrade
Elizabeth Slanke
Claude Talbot
David D. Olson
Cyril Morand
Solomon Wawatie
Joseph Wawatie Jr.
Yvan Bombardier

Satori Anand
Ann Blanchard
Arla Williams
Avalynne Hoover
Dew Dew
SunBôw TrueBrother
Gary Froman
Gene Bergeron
Heidi Grassi
Jim French
Jo Hamlin


Newest Founders

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