Category Archives: Rememberance

Some Thoughts on George Zimmerman and John T. Williams

by Frank Hopper As the not guilty verdict of George Zimmerman was announced on July 13 I couldn’t help thinking about a similar shooting here in Seattle that was also caused by racial profiling, the shooting of First Nations carver … Continue reading

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Sitting Bull

What treaty that the whites have kept has the red man broken? Not one. What treaty that the white man ever made with us have they kept? Not one. When I was a boy the Sioux owned the world; the … Continue reading

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The Importance of Indigenous Languages

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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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AIM – Wounded Knee II, 40 years later

Chase Iron Eyes on AIM and the 40 year anniversary of Wounded Knee II. Definitely read the whole article at Last Real Indians. Today, Feb. 27, 2013 is the 40th Anniversary of the Siege at Wounded Knee, also affectionately known … Continue reading

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Marias Massacre: on this day in 1870

From Wikipedia On This Day: In 1870 the Marias Massacre (also known as the Baker Massacre) occurred. It is a little-known massacre of Piegan Blackfeet Indians by the United States Army which took place in Montana. The Marias Massacre occurred … Continue reading

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