Monthly Archives: April 2011

Glen Cove – Protecting Sacred Sites

This is how it’s done! Glen Cove is a sacred gathering place and burial ground that has been utilized by numerous Native American tribes since at least 1,500 BC. Today, Glen Cove continues to be spiritually important to local Native … Continue reading

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Urban Renewal and the Destruction of American Cities

Urban Renewal at An excellent example of how the state and federal governments collude to destroy opportunity for the poor and working classes. While this example highlights the plight of the urban working class and poor, specifically African Americans, … Continue reading

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Parallel Hierarchies and Tribal Communism

Here’s an excellent article explaining how traditional tribal and clan societies are undermined through the introduction of “parallel hierarchies.” These are systems of social organization that by-pass traditional tribe and clan structures. Among the Tlingit, a good example of this … Continue reading

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Resilient Villages – A rough blueprint

Cross posted from AI/AN Attack the System Over at the Republic of Lakotah website, there’s a brief outline of a strategy for developing an independent network of largely self sufficient villages. 1. Joining the Republic of Lakotah isn’t about having … Continue reading

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Clan Leaders, or corporate leaders?

Aandeiyeen illustrates the disconnect between our traditional leadership structures and our anglo inspired and sponsored leadership:Acknowledgment of clans and clan leaders protocol; evolving versus adopting I had been to a few Native Issues forums before and the master of ceremonies … Continue reading

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“Yakutat Forelands are not for sale”

A video made by Aandeiyeen regarding the Yakutat Forelands. Well done!

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