Monthly Archives: October 2010

Counter Institutions: Tlingit Style Education

Ishmael Hope (Kaagwáask’ of the Kiks.ádi clan, of the Point House in Sitka), a Tlingit writer, actor and storyteller has put forth an idea for a School of Tlingit Customs and Traditions. The basic idea is to connect students and … Continue reading

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Warrior Links

Here are some good links from Zig Zag of the Tongass Tlingit and Kwakwaka’wakw. I’ll be keeping abreast of their posts here and linking to news on these sites when appropriate. Thanks to our brothers and sisters of the First … Continue reading

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John T. Williams Shooting Ruled Not Justified

Read about it at the Seattle Times Seattle Police Chief John Diaz and the department’s Firearms Review Board have reached a preliminary finding that an officer’s fatal shooting of woodcarver John T. Williams on Aug. 30 was not justified, according … Continue reading

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Happy Fuck Imperialism Day!

The 800 US military bases around the world today started with forts in Indian Country. Today we push back. That we are here, still alive and still being who we are is defiance and protest enough. Of course, if you … Continue reading

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John T. Williams Memorial Fund

The family of John T. Williams has set up a memorial fund to abate some of the costs of the funeral, which was paid for by the Ditidaht Band and cost them twice what they had allocated. Here are instructions … Continue reading

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