Monthly Archives: March 2013

Indigenous Women

From F.A.I.R. MEDIA – (For Accurate Indigenous Representation)

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Imaginary Borders

A number of Tribal Nations straddle international borders. Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian nations find themselves spread across what is now called southeast Alaska, British Columbia, and the Yukon Territory. Additionally, a number of tribes in the Puget Sound are divided … Continue reading

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Environmentalists, Cascadians March; show support for Tar Sands Blockade

This march occurred in Eugene, Oregon following the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference which I attended and participated in.

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Lingít Aaní – Tlingit Country

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Originally posted on Tree Oathe – Fresh Ancients of Cascadia & Beyond….:
“The Calm” Lower Chee Awana . The Chee Awana opening the way between the Rocky Mountains through the Cascades to the Pacific Ocean. Wind is the norm in…

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Originally posted on Great Plains Tar Sands Resistance:
From Earth First! News Wire #RLBlockade begins! On the Red Lake sovereign nation land located in what is today known as northern Minnesota, an occupation has started at a location above the…

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Originally posted on Davey D's Hip Hop Corner:
I’m at a loss for words on this one folks…I’m just shaking my head..The Grape Street crips of Memphis and an Alabama KKK group are working together to stop the KKK…

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PIELC Panel: Cascadian Bioregionalism and the Indigenous Future

On Sunday I was in Eugene, Oregon for the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference where I participated on a panel with Cascadian Bioregionalists which included the makers of Occupied Cascadia and a representative from the Portland State University Cascadia Branch. … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Warrior Publications:
By Will Braun, Winnipeg Free Press, March 4, 2013 Chief Theresa Spence is back home in Attawapiskat and Idle No More has faded from view after an impressive run in the headlines. Another aboriginal movement,…

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