The Struggle For Justice Continues In Post-Coup Bolivia

By Ben Dangl, ROAR Magazine. -

History is in the veins of La Paz, Bolivia, in the archives of the streets, the stains left by burning barricades, the bullet holes that scar government buildings. It marks the city [...]

Confederate Statues And Christopher Columbus Toppled

By Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance. -

People are showing their anger at the white supremacy and racism that continue in the United States in multiple ways. Confederate statutes have become a target in Richmond, which served as the [...]

Guatemalan Water Protectors Persist, Despite Mining Company Threats

By Jen Moore, Inequality.org. -

Guatemala - The hard work of protecting water and land from the long-term harms associated with gold and silver mining takes place daily on the frontlines of tenacious struggles throughout Latin [...]

Indigenous Youth Occupying Office Of Minister Of Energy, Mines, And Petroleum Resources

By Indigenous Climate Action. -

Over 45 international actions in support of the Wet’suwet’en Nation have taken place so far in 2020, including actions in Montreal, Ottawa, Hamilton, Halifax, Aotearoa/New Zealand, Seattle, [...]

Save Oak Flat

By Haryaksha Gregor Knauer, AZ, U.S. and George L. Pauk, Popular Resistance -

Resolution Copper, owned by two foreign companies, has been maneuvering for years to acquire and destroy the oasis of Oak Flat. Traditionally the Apache have come here for edible and medicinal [...]

The Criminalization Of Indigenous Land Defenders Is A Global Concern

By Brent Patterson, Rabble.ca -

On April 24, 2019, a United Nations media release highlighted: "Indigenous peoples face a worrying escalation in their criminalization and harassment, especially when defending and exercising [...]

Anti-Pipeline Solidarity Protests Across Canada And Beyond

People gathered in front of the RCMP in Regina on Tuesday to show their support for the people of the Wet’sawet’en territory in British Columbia who are trying to stop the construction of a [...]

Hundreds Gather To Protest Enbridge Line 5 In Michigan

By Staff, Native News Online -

Several groups of American Indians and environmental advocates spent their Saturday of this Labor Day weekend protesting Enbridge Line 5, an outdated oil pipeline that needs to be retired [...]

What We Learned From Standing Rock: Chase Iron Eyes’ In-Depth Analysis

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

Chase Iron Eyes, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and an attorney with the Lakota People’s Law Project, describes the movement to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline and his almost two-year [...]

Cherokee Nation Hosts Send-Off For ‘Remember The Removal’ Bike Riders

By Levi Rickert, Native News Online. -

Tahlequah, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation will host a send-off ceremony for the nine young Cherokee cyclists who leave Tahlequah on Tuesday for the 2018 Remember the Removal Bike Ride. This [...]

Water Protectors Shut Down Pipeline Construction In Wisconsin

By Staff of Makwa Iniative, www.PopularResistance.org -

By Staff from Makwa Initaitive. Water Protectors from the Makwa Initiative halted the last piece of construction for the Wisconsin section of Enbridge’s proposed Line 3 pipeline project. Two [...]

Standing Rock Police Violence Lawsuit Moves Toward Trial

By Water Protector Legal Collective, www.PopularResistance.org -

By Water Protector Legal Collective. Dundon v. Kirchmeier is a federal civil rights class action lawsuit challenging police violence on the night of November 20-21, 2016, at Backwater Bridge near [...]

The Struggle Is Never For Nothing

By Leonard Peltier, www.counterpunch.org -

By Leonard Peltier for Counter Punch - Well, here we are, another year, another memorial. After 42-years this does not get any easier. It seems as if you get lost for words. At times I feel as if [...]

Keystone XL: Environmental & Native Groups Sue to Halt Pipeline

By Phil McKenna, www.insideclimatenews.org -

By Phil McKenna for Inside Climate News. Several environmental and Native American advocacy groups have filed two separate lawsuits against the State Department over its approval of the Keystone [...]

The Vision And Legacy Of Berta Cáceres

By Beverly Bell for Other Worlds. One year ago today, Berta Cáceres was murdered by the national and local Honduran government and a multinational dam company, with at least the tacit support of [...]

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