Campaigners Take Direct Action As Palestinians Remember Balfour’s Shameful Declaration

By Tom Anderson, The Canary. -

The Balfour Declaration is the name given to the statement in 1917 by British foreign secretary lord Balfour promising a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine. Britain had taken [...]

Our Fight For Quitobaquito

By Hon'mana Seukteoma, Medium. -

Border wall construction is destroying the Sonoran Desert’s most sacred spring. Growing up as a Tohono O’odham woman on my ancestral homelands taught me one thing above all: Take care of the [...]

Native Americans Tear Gassed, Arrested On Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By Kenny Stancil, Commondreams. -

Twelve people, including at least eight Native Americans, were arrested near an immigration checkpoint in Southern Arizona on Indigenous Peoples' Day after United States Border Patrol agents and [...]

Protesters Block Highway Near Border Wall Construction

By Rafael Carranza, AZ Central. -

Tucson - Activists and allies of two O'odham groups protesting the construction of a border wall along ancestral tribal lands in southern Arizona temporarily blocked the highway leading to [...]

Tribes Sue Over Border Wall

By Native News Online. -

Washington - A group of federally recognized tribes sued the Trump Administration on Wednesday over construction of the U.S.-Mexico border wall, saying the controversial barrier impinges on [...]

Kumeyaay Nation Protest Stops Construction On Border Wall

By Max Rivlin-Nadler, KPBS. -

Just before dawn on Friday, members of the Kumeyaay Nation set out to protest the construction of a border wall atop their ancestral lands in the Laguna Mountains. The youth-led group said the [...]

Trump Used Looted Venezuelan Public Money To Build Border Wall

By Ben Norton, The Grayzone. -

Since the United States initiated a coup attempt against Venezuela’s elected leftist government in January 2019, up to $24 billion worth of Venezuelan public assets have been seized by foreign [...]

Restrictive Immigration Boomerangs Against The United States

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde,  La Jornada. -

The European Union has prepared a preliminary draft of its new border regulations, outlining who can visit after July 1, and that this list depends on how the countries of origin of the [...]

Border Wall Is An Ecologist’s Nightmare

By Kelsey Yule, Otherwords.org. -

I have spent the past seven years studying the rich biological communities of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert. Few places there are more captivating than the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. The [...]