“10 THINGS WE ALL SHOULD KNOW ABOUT INDIGENOUS PEOPLE”

"This year marks the 10th anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. To mark the occasion, the President of the UN General Assembly has convened a high-level event to take stock of progress and discuss what more needs to be done. It’s a good time for all of us to... Continue Reading →

“Native Americans and the (U.S.) Federal Government”

      Written by: Andrew Boxer   At the start of the twentieth century there were approximately 250,000 Native Americans in the USA – just 0.3 per cent of the population – most living on reservations where they exercised a limited degree of self-government. During the course of the nineteenth century they had been... Continue Reading →

“Activists and Environmentalists Are Persecuted After Peaceful Demonstration”

    "350.org Brasil’s action this Wednesday (September 27th) proved that emotional violence, physical force and political persecution will not silence the voice or hurt the honor of those who defend noble causes. After a peaceful demonstration organized along with COESUS (the Brazilian No Fracking Coalition for Climate, Water and Life) during the 14th Round... Continue Reading →

De-Fund the Dakota Access Pipeline on Sacred Sioux Lands

The Army Corps is skipping the 14-day notification period and intend to grant the easement needed to drill no earlier than 24 hours after delivery of their Notice of Intent. Further threats to the water are clearly imminent. When the easement is granted, we're asking for mass-distributed actions in support of water protectors and the... Continue Reading →

Poem: “I Am Palestine” by John Kaniecki

    I Am Palestine By John Kaniecki Deplored, ignored Your masses are stored Like cattle in stalls Behind check points of barb wired walls Soldier’s boasting David’s golden star Have forgotten their historical scar Dark storm troopers marching in line Rudely declaring your land is mine As jet planes drop bombs with precision The... Continue Reading →

“Native Americans and the (U.S.) Federal Government”

      Written by: Andrew Boxer   At the start of the twentieth century there were approximately 250,000 Native Americans in the USA – just 0.3 per cent of the population – most living on reservations where they exercised a limited degree of self-government. During the course of the nineteenth century they had been... Continue Reading →

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