Solidarity With Tribal Nations Exercising Sovereignty And Protecting Citizens

By NDN Collective, Indianz.com. -

Rapid City, SD– As an Indigenous organization dedicated to supporting Indigenous self-determination and building Indigenous power, the NDN Collective stands in unwavering solidarity with the [...]

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 [...]

The Illegal Overthrow Of The Hawaiian Kingdom Government

By Keanu Sai, PhD, NEA Today. -

In 2001, the Permanent Court of Arbitration’s arbitral tribunal, in Larsen v. Hawaiian Kingdom, declared “in the nineteenth century the Hawaiian Kingdom existed as an independent State recognized [...]

The Hawaiian Kingdom Still Reigns: Alleged Statehood Is Illegal

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

In a textbook United States regime change operation, wealthy businessmen manufactured a revolution in Hawai'i and executed a coup d'état in 1893. The Queen of the Hawai'ian Kingdom surrendered [...]

End Colonialism, Support Self-Determination, Correct Historical Wrongs

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

The results of centuries of US empire, which began with Manifest Destiny that crossed the North American continent and grew into a global empire, are coming home to roost in Puerto Rico and [...]

Russia’s Presence In Venezuela Helped Scale Down US Aggression

By Sputnik News. -

La Paz, Bolivia - Russia's presence in Venezuela helped scale down US aggression, according to the head of the Bolivian presidential administration, Juan Ramon Quintana. "I would say that [...]

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 [...]

After 1,600 Days Of Protest, Okinawans Bring Fight To Washington

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

The United States military is building another base on Okinawa in an environmentally-sensitive area, on top of the second most diverse coral reef in the world, against the will of Okinawans who [...]

Resource Sovereignty: Venezuela, Africa, And The Global South

By Ann Garrison and Maurice Carney, Blackagendareport.com   -

In his September 20, 2017 speech at the UN General Assembly, Donald Trump threatened Iran, North Korea, and Venezuela. In October, his administration indicated that it will not recognize the [...]

Canada: Indigenous People Are Not Your Incompetent Children

By Alicia Elliott, The Globe and Mail -

This is a story of how one decision illustrates the centuries-long relationship between a country's government and the Indigenous people of that land. It is a story of a name change and the [...]

Harvest Like Our Ancestors: The Resistance Is Fertile

By Ruth Hopkins, www.indiancountrymedianetwork.com -

By Ruth Hopkins for Indian Country Today - It’s time for the harvest. Traditionally, the Oceti Sakowin (Great Sioux Nation) are hunter gatherers. For generations, our children have gotten excited [...]

The People’s Congress Of Resistance

By People's Congress of Resistance, www.popularresistance.org -

By the Convenors of the People's Congress of Resistance. We are excited to release the Manifesto of the People's Congress of Resistance! Titled "Society for the Many: A vision for revolution," [...]

Maine’s Food Sovereignty Law Touted As Nationwide First

By Julia Bayly, www.sunjournal.com -

By Julia Bayly for Bangor Daily News - With a stroke of his pen, Gov. Paul LePage last week enacted landmark legislation putting Maine in the forefront of the food sovereignty movement. LePage [...]

Ecuador Shows Why National Sovereignty Is So Important

By Mark Weisbrot, www.thehill.com -

By Mark Weisbrot for The Hill - National sovereignty is an undervalued asset in today's world, especially by the international media, where the views of Washington and its allies largely prevail. [...]

Cherokee Nation Has The Right To A Delegate In Congress

By Tristan Ahtone, www.yesmagazine.org -

By Tristan Ahtone for Yes! Magazine. As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to occupy the Oval Office, much of Indian Country is bracing for the worst. But the U.S. Congress has an opportunity [...]

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