Monthly Archives: March 2013

Assimilation Under Duress

We, the undersigned Alaskan Natives of Hydaburg, Alaska, hereby declare that we have given up our old tribal relationship that we recognize no chief of clan or tribal family…that we have discarded the totem in exchange for the stars and … Continue reading

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Chief Joseph – a description of indigenous anarchism

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The Status of Native Women

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Originally posted on The Portland Radicle:
A condensed version of this article appeared in the March 2013 issue of The Portland Radicle. Radicle: Could you explain how indigenous power is apportioned in Canada and the Assembly of First Nations? Gord…

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Haa Aaní

We can blame ANCSA; but colonialism is perhaps the clearer culprit here. We were forced to trade in resiliency for dependency. There’s no reason we couldn’t have kept our sustainable fishery harvests, maintain our traditional tribal territories and still enter … Continue reading

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When VAWA isn’t enough: Arming Sisters Campaign Launch

Arming Sisters

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Indigenous Warrior Deported by CBSA

The following is an excerpt from SKWEKWEKWELT SOLIDARITY. Much of British Columbia is unceded First Nations territory. In many cases there has been no land claims settlement, no agreements, no treaties, and no end to resistance. January 2013 – A … Continue reading

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Attack the System Rest in peace and fuck the pigs. Brooklyn neighborhood on police lockdown following protest Further reading here at Attack the System: The Rebillion in Los Angeles – The Context of a Proletarian Uprising View original post

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More on Clans and Tribal Law

A while back I wrote an article on Tribal Law and how it actually functioned and could function again. Well… it turns out that Tribal Law is in use everyday, in your community, right now. That is, most conflicts between … Continue reading

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