Monthly Archives: May 2011

Videos of the NOW!

My Country! Rachelle Van Zanten – My Country (Official Video) from Taylor F. on Vimeo. Inspired by images of Tahltan women blockading Shell in defense of the Sacred Headwaters in northern British Columbia, Rachelle wrote ‘My Country’. She was invited … Continue reading

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It’s not murder when the government kills you

An article about the killing of John T. Williams by one of my favorite critics of the police state, William Norman Grigg. John T. Williams was a First Nations wood carver who was shot to death on the streets of … Continue reading

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Protecting Sacred Sites and Economic Resources – AKA How to Stop a Mine that is Threatening Your Clan’s Land and Livelihood

Two current events have shown us how our communities can directly protect our sacred sites and economic resources from further exploitation, theft and destruction. The first strikes closest to home, as it is American Indians who are taking direct action … Continue reading

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Fighting the Injuns in Afghanistan

Originally posted at AI/AN Attack the System. The first indication for President Obama that Osama bin Laden had been killed came when a Navy SEAL sent back the coded message to Washington that said simply, “Geronimo-E KIA.” It has been … Continue reading

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