Tribe of One
A Tribe of One. Rina Fraticelli Executive Producer. National Film Board of Canada, Review by Ruth Latta. A Tribe of One would be compelling viewing for Grade 11 and 12 students and for adults. The "tribe of one" is Rhonda Larrabee, the focus of the film, who discovered that she was the last of the New Westminster Indians.
Larrabee, nee "Lee," grew up in Vancouver near her father's Chinese-Canadian relatives, believing that she was Chinese and French on her mother's side. In her early twenties, married and a mother herself, Rhonda completed her paternal family tree, then asked her mother about her ancestry.
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Her mother agreed to talk about it once, and no more, because it was too painful. To Rhonda's surprise, she learned that her mother was First Nations, a member of the last family to live on the New Westminster Reserve. Orphaned at an early age, Marie Joseph went to the Kamloops Indian Residential School where she was overworked and punished for speaking her native language. Somehow, elements of the world around me came together in one moment, and BLAM!
Tribe of One (Introduction)
They have given me answers, seemingly out of the kindness of their hearts. This is because Nature is everywhere. We must first admit that there is something profound that must be healed, and forgiven. Once we admit this is needed, and we admit our part in it that means YOU , the way to find the pathways to the new creation is through our ecstatic mind and heart as individuals and in groups. These truths are within our DNA.
We have not forgotten, but we have left the path.
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What is done is done. Well, the end times are here. But the end always leads to a new beginning. Spanish-Jewish traveller Benjamin of Tudela wrote that the southern-most bounds of the territory of Ephraim extended in a south-westerly direction as far as the town of Ibelin or Jabney. According to the Torah , the tribe consisted of descendants of Ephraim a son of Joseph , from whom it took its name;  however some critical Biblical scholars view this also as postdiction, an eponymous metaphor providing an aetiology of the connectedness of the tribe to others in the Israelite confederation.
Though the biblical descriptions of the geographic boundary of the House of Joseph are fairly consistent, the descriptions of the boundaries between Manasseh and Ephraim are not, and each is portrayed as having exclaves within the territory of the other. A number of biblical scholars suspect that the Joseph tribes including Benjamin represent a second migration of Israelites to Israel, later than the main tribes,  specifically that it was only the Joseph tribes which went to Egypt and returned , while the main Israelite tribes simply emerged as a subculture from the Canaanites and had remained in Canaan throughout;  in the narrative in the Book of Joshua , which concerns the arrival in and conquest of Canaan by the Israelites from Egypt, the leader is Joshua , who was a member of the Ephraim tribe.
According to this view, the story of Jacob's visit to Laban to obtain a wife began as a metaphor for the second migration, with Jacob's new family, possessions, and livestock, obtained from Laban, being representations of the new wave of migrants; .
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In the account of the deuteronomic history , Ephraim is portrayed as domineering, haughty, discontented, and jealous, but in classical rabbinical literature , the biblical founder of the tribe is described as being modest and not selfish. Though from the point of view of an increasing majority of archaeologists, there were always two distinct cultures in Canaan, a strong and prosperous northern kingdom and a weaker and poorer southern one,  in the Biblical account the Israelite tribes were initially united in a single kingdom, and only later fractured into the northern and southern kingdoms; this fracture is blamed by the Bible on the jealousy of Ephraim over the growing power of Judah.
In the Book of Chronicles , Ephraim's act of splintering from Judah is denounced as forsaking God,  and Ephraim is portrayed as becoming highly irreligious, particularly in their resistance to the reforms enacted by Hezekiah and Josiah.
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It was not until the close of the first period of Jewish history that God 'refused the tabernacle of Joseph Hebrew Bible , and chose not the tribe of Ephraim, but chose the tribe of Judah, the Mount Zion which he loved'. As part of the Kingdom of Israel , the territory of Ephraim was conquered by the Assyrians , and the tribe exiled; the manner of their exile led to their further history being lost. However, several modern day groups claim descent, with varying levels of academic and rabbinical support. The Samaritans claim that some of their adherents are descended from this tribe, and many Persian Jews claim to be descendants of Ephraim.
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Further afield, in India the Telugu Jews claim descent from Ephraim, and call themselves Bene Ephraim , relating similar traditions to those of the Mizo Jews , whom the modern state of Israel regards as descendants of Manasseh. Several western Christian groups, in particular those of the Church of God in Christ , claim that the whole UK is the direct descendant of Ephraim, and that the whole United States is the direct descendant of Manasseh, based on the interpretation that Jacob had said these two tribes would become the most supreme nations in the world.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints LDS Church believes a significant portion of its members to be descended from or adopted into the tribe of Ephraim, believing that they are charged with restoring the lost tribes in the latter days as prophesied by Isaiah , and that the tribes of both Ephraim and Judah will play important leadership roles for covenant Israel in the last days; some believe that this would be the fulfilment of part of the Blessing of Jacob , where it states that Joseph is a fruitful bough, even a fruitful bough by a well; whose branches run over the wall Genesis From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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