Racism In Chile

By Andre Vltchek, Orinoco Tribune. -

Recently, when a retired Chilean U.N. employee tried to enter ECLAC (United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, based in Santiago de Chile) to claim her pension in a [...]

The Struggle To Protect The Sacred Place Where Life Begins

By Nick Engelfried, Waging Nonviolence. -

As the Trump administration neared the end of its first year in office in 2017, it seemed environmental activists had lost one of the most hard-fought battles in the movement’s history. Thanks to [...]

Andrea Circle Bear And Six Centuries Of Genocide

By Mirinda Crissman, Workers World. -

Andrea Circle Bear, of the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation near Eagle Butte, S.D., was the 29th federal inmate to die due to the coronavirus in Bureau of Prisons custody. She was sentenced to [...]

Wet’suwet’en Clans Endorse Governance Agreement With Canada And BC

Wet’suwet’en clans in British Columbia have ratified a memorandum of understanding that will see them take back management of their traditional territories, although one clan says the deal [...]

Brazil: Favela Residents And Indigenous Communities Among Those Most At Risk Of COVID-19

By Alexander Main, CEPR.net. -

As of noon on April 8th the total number of Covid-19 positive cases reported by Brazil’s health ministry exceeded 14,000 and the number of deaths exceeded 700. This is, by far, the highest number [...]

Trudeau’s Demand: “The Barricades Must Come Down”

By Kim Peterson, Ahtribune.com -

Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau has called the imbroglio between the Wet’suwet’en nation and Canada a matter to be decided by the rule of law. [1] However, the Wet’suwet’en have refused to [...]

Wet’suwet’en Supporter Toolkit 2020

By Staff, Unistoten.camp -

We stand as witnesses to this historic moment when the federal and provincial governments, RCMP, and Coastal GasLink/TC Energy (formerly TransCanada) are openly violating Wet’suwet’en, Canadian, [...]

Toward A Truly Indigenous Peace In The Korean Peninsula

By Simone Chun, Commondreams.org -

It’s time that American politicians, both Democratic and Republicans, give Koreans a chance to shape their own destiny. Last month, I took part in an international women’s peace delegation to [...]

Red Lake Votes To Remove Pipelines

By Grace Pastoor, Bemidjipioneer.com -

RED LAKE -- The Red Lake Tribal Council voted Tuesday to remove Enbridge-owned oil pipelines from its land. The unanimous vote came two months after the council agreed to rescind a resolution [...]

Take Action Now To Support Yaqui Political Prisoner Fidencio Aldama Pérez

By James Patrick Jordan, Afgj.org -

Recent events in the Yaqui traditional territory, located in Sonora, México, give us worrisome lessons about neoliberalism and cultural genocide. The Yaqui lands are enduring threats to the Rio [...]

Mexico Is Trying to Stop an Indigenous Woman Candidate for President

By Tamara Pearson, Truthout -

Mexico's first Indigenous female presidential hopeful might not even get her campaign off the ground, thanks to outright discrimination and a host of arduous requirements that stop ordinary [...]

Corporate Globalization Is Threatening Indigenous Communities With Extinction

By T. J. Coles, truthout.org -

As we speak, some humans are already going extinct. Their extinction is often a consequence of the structural violence of corporate globalization. Communities are under threat, especially those [...]

Indigenous-Led Protest Shuts Down Banks In Seattle

By Sydney Brownstone, www.thestranger.com -

By Sydney Brownstone for The Stranger - At 11 o'clock this morning, four people chained themselves to a structure blocking an entrance of the Bank of America on 5th and Olive Street. Two of them [...]

Giraffe Award Given For Courage In Fighting Uranium Mining

By Max B. O'Connell, www.rapidcityjournal.com -

By Max B. O'Connell for Rapid City Journal - It takes a lot of courage to stick your neck out, but one Rapid City resident has been dubbed a hero for doing just that. Charmaine White Face, an [...]

Newsletter: Real History Of Revolution

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers. Official holidays in the United States tend to reinforce false historical narratives. The Fourth of July is one of those holidays and what the official story [...]

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