Monthly Archives: December 2012

Support for Idle No More in Tlingit Aani

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AK Natives: Idle No More

Good to see my relatives out in support of Idle No More!

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Idle No More: Perspectives

In case you haven’t heard, a social movement among Native people has begun in Canada, protesting against the Conservative Government’s budget bill which would cut funding for Native organizations in addition to lifting environmental protections across Canada. The movement, dubbed … Continue reading

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Our people were always armed

Gun control is not for Native people. It is for people who can’t or won’t take on the sacred duty to protect their families, their people, their lands and their way of life. When I was 13 I attended a … Continue reading

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Free Cascadia! Free Lingít Aani!

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Originally posted on Warrior Publications:
Analysis of Idle No More Mobilization by Zig Zag, Warrior Publications, Dec. 12, 2012 On Dec. 10, 2012, several thousand Native peoples rallied across Canada as part of a national day of action dubbed “Idle…

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by Kai Kai Kons, formerly known as Johnny Hawke, Oshkimaadzig blog, Dec 10, 2012 Sitting around our fire at the Oshkimaadziig Unity Camp tending the upkeep of our repossession of our peoples Sacred Gathering Place…

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VAWA: An Admission of Defeat for Native Men

By Vince Rinehart A nation is never conquered until the hearts of its women are on the ground. -Cheyenne saying The recent spat between Democrats and Republicans over the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) highlights where we Native peoples stand … Continue reading

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Petition to recognize the Duwamish Tribe

Recognize the continuing existence of the Duwamish Tribal Nation and fulfill the Point Elliott treaty of 1855. To gain Federal recognition and the rights granted to the Duwamish tribe by the treaty of Point Elliott. Although a tribal member, I … Continue reading

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SAVAGE FAM: Savatorium

Savage Fam! The songs to make their cities crumble!

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