I am far from where I came from.
I would try to make a sound, but no one would hear me.
I would try to make a move, but no one would see me.
I don’t mind death; I was never afraid to die.
But now that I’m gone I’m afraid I’m forgotten;
Down in the basement of a museum,
Down among hundreds of boxes,
Down because no one seems to care that I am alive.
Maybe I’m not breathing…but I feel erased. And if my spirit feels something, doesn’t that mean I am still valid?
Still relevant ?
I fear I am truly gone if I am not remembered.
I am not content with being a catalog number, used to satiate someone’s interest in science.
I am not content with being taken against my will by a stranger.
I am not content with being a pawn in the systemic genocide of my people.
I think one day someone will remember me. I will be claimed by my people, and justice will be served.
Justice will be peaceful,
Justice will be right,
Justice will be obligatory.
Top Posts & Pages
- Cultural Appreciation or Cultural Appropriation?
- Settler Colonialism Primer
- Decolonizing Our Minds and Actions
- The Canary Effect
- Understanding Colonizer Status
- A Colonized Ally Meets a Decolonized Ally: This is What They Learn
- Allyship & Solidarity Guidelines
- What’s the Difference Between Cultural Exchange and Cultural Appropriation?
- Celebrating Hitler Day, Oh I mean Columbus Day
- A Map of Destruction: How Europeans Stole Native Land
- From Recognition to Decolonization: An Interview with Glen Coulthard
- Support the “All Others” Gathering for Two Spirit and LGBQT people
- Born on the Fourth of July: Counterinsurgency, Indigenous Resistance, and Black Revolt
- Resistance 150: Why Canada’s birthday celebrations aren’t for everyone
- Enrique Dussel: Without Epistemic Decolonization, There Is No Revolution
- What is Cultural Appropriation?
- How academia uses poverty, oppression, and pain for intellectual masturbation
- We need decolonization before reconciliation, argues Ryan McMahon
- Prairie Rising: Indigenous Youth, Decolonization, and the Politics of Intervention
- Cultural Appropriation and the Gypsy Industry
- Decolonisation in Europe: Sámi Musician Sofia Jannok Points to Life beyond Colonialism
- From Standing Rock to Resistance in Context: Towards Anarchism against Settler Colonialism
- Decolonizing Gender: A Curriculum
- Indigenist Intersectionality: Decolonizing an Indigenous Eco-Queer Feminism and Anarchism
- Decolonising Desire: The Politics of Love
- Fascism & Anti-Fascism: A Decolonial Perspective
- If Your Anti-Trump Movement Is Not Anti-Colonial You Are Wasting Your Time And Ours
- Cards Against Colonialism
- Decolonizing Dialectics
- Christmas Day Freedom Fighters: Hidden History of the Seminole Anticolonial Struggle
- How the Seminole Stole Christmas: Battle of Lake Okeechobee
- On the Question of Allies
- Dear White People: An Open Letter to White People on Becoming Indigenous
- The Myth of the Pagan Passcard
- Fuck Thanksgiving.
- Red Bird at Standing Rock: A Thanksgiving Message
- Leonard Peltier: Day of Mourning
- The Uncomfortable, Unavoidable, Troublesome & Totally Inconvenient Understanding About Indigenous Language, Culture & Identity
- Six Critical Actions for Healing
- Dismantling Columbus and the Power of the Present
- Towards Decolonization and Settler Responsibility
- Abolish Columbus Day Campaign
- The Rhetoric of “Self-Determination” vs the Practice of Decolonization
- Chicanos as as Internal Colony: Notes from Occupied America: The Chicano Struggle for Liberation (Rodolfo Acuna, 1972) – Introduction
- White Fear of Savage Reprisal in the Course of Decolonization
- On the Concept of Indigenous Assent: A Rejoinder
- Stolen people on stolen land: decolonizing while Black
- Strangers in Their Own Land: Lineages of the Conquest of Aztlán
- Decolonization is Not a Metaphor: The Basics of a Genuine Anti-Colonial Position
- Adapting the Indian in the Child: The Settler Colonial Politics of Adopting Native American Children
- Poems for Palestine
- Decolonizing the Black Bear Ranch Hippie Commune
- Seeking Settler Re-landing
- (White) Settler Futurity with Bloody Hands on Stolen Land
- An Open Letter to Black Bear Ranch Commune
- Decolonization Not Inclusion
- We Can’t Trust White People: On Blood Quantum and Identity Appropriation
- Decolonizing Permaculture
- Indigenous Peoples and the Politics of Water
- Settlers in the Land: Decolonising Permaculture
- Mohawk Nation News 'Kanekota Women File Objection'KANEKOTA WOMEN FILE OBJECTION Posted on September 22, 2017 Please post & distribute. MNN. Sept. 22, 2017. The following notice is served on the violators of the kaia-nere-kowa by Registered Mail on September 22, 2017. KARONHIAKTAJEH LOUIS HALL: “WE HAVE TO RESIST”. [WARRIORS HANDBOOK] “REGISTERED MAIL NOTICE OF OBJECTION – SEPTEMBER 22, 2017TO: The Tow […]
- American Indian Movement International Film Festival 2017
- Still Winning -- Standing Rock Water Protectors are 'Those who run ahead'Photo Cassi Alexandra for NPRStanding Rock Water Protectors are still winning, on the homefront and around the worldBy Brenda NorrellCensored News Those with vision, who are ahead of their time, are often not appreciated by the mainstream. But as time goes on, the reality, and the power, of what the water protectors in Standing Rock camps accomplished, is be […]
- Indigenous Women From Standing Rock And Allies On Divestment Delegation In EuropeIndigenous Women From Standing Rock And Allies On Divestment Delegation In Europe By WECAN International Censored News SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California (September 20, 2017) - From September 30th through October 14th, 2017, a delegation of Indigenous women from across the United States who have been at the forefront of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) resi […]
- Native Liberation Conference, Gallup, Sept. 30 -- Oct. 1, 2017Native Liberation Conference 2017: Gallup, N.M., Sept. 30 – Oct. 1 . Gallup, NM, September 20, 2017 — The Red Nation invites anyone interested in organizing for Native liberation to its second annual conference. The conference will be held at two venues: Saturday, Sep. 30, 4pm-10pm: Gallup Cultural Center, 201 E Hwy 66, Gallup, NM 87301 Sunday, Oct. 1, 9am-3 […]
- Mohawk Nation News 'Historical Looters'Read more at Mohawk Nation News http://mohawknationnews.com/blog/2017/09/20/historical-looters/
- Donate to Censored News: Celebrate with us our 12th year of publishingPlease donate and help Censored News keep going! Click PayPal link to donate: paypal.me/BrendaNorrell Please donate to Censored News, and help pay the cellphone data cost, vital to publishing from remote areas. Unfortunately in 2017, we haven't received enough donations to pay the basic cell phone cost. Censored News celebrates its 12th birthday at the […]
- Zapatistas 'Indigenous Governing Council in Chiapas, October 14-19, 2017'Trip Schedule for the Indigenous Governing Council in Chiapas, October 14-19, 2017September 2017To the National Indigenous Congress:To the originary peoples of Chiapas and Mexico:To the Chiapan and Mexican people:To the free, alternative, autonomous, or whatever-you-call-them media:To the national and international press:Within the framework of the National […]
- Climate Change Denier New Mexico Schools: Scrubbing Science to Promote Oil and Gas. By Ramona Blaber Sierra Club Censored News Gov. Martinez's twisting of science is dangerous and bad for education Last week, New Mexico's Public Education Department released proposed science standards that would scrub climate change and even the age of the Earth from our schools' curriculum, while introducing assignments to boost the oil an […]
- Lily Tomlin speaks out for Standing Rock at EmmysLily Tomlin, who rallied with Standing Rock water protectors, in a divestment action, spoke out at the Emmys. Censored News celebrates everyone's efforts in the struggle, even the wealthy ones. Thank you to everyone from all walks of life. Read more from the Emmys https://www.wmagazine.com/story/jane-fonda-dolly-parton-lily-tomlin-reunion-2017-emmys NOD […]
- LIVE Lockdown 'Halt Enbridge Line 3' Wisconsin Minnesota Border, Sept. 18, 2017. Locked down, Censored News screenshot of Unicorn Riot live video Live Monday morning, Sept. 18, 2017 by Unicorn Riot: Alberta tarsands pipeline threatening water, gathering of wild rice, and hunting and fishing rights of local Native American Nations. At 8 a.m., no security was on site. "Storms are really bad, the carbon in the atmosphere is causing t […]
- Sacred Stone Healing Gathering Begins Today, Sept. 18, 2017A time for healing, a time for a new beginning, week long healing gathering begins today. Chief Arvol Looking Horse will be present for the gathering, with Cheyenne River Charmian Harold Frazier, and water protectors, along Porcupine Creek at Standing Rock. .
- Indigenous Women's Divestment Delegation to Europe, Autumn 2017. Dear Friends and Allies, With extreme weather from devastating flooding to raging fires experienced around the world these past weeks - it could not be more clear that the Earth is again sending us an urgent message that we must take immediate action to keep fossil fuels in the ground - and re-vision and re-build a just and sustainable future for all. With […]
- Mohawk Nation News 'Military Occupation of Canada'MILITARY OCCUPATION OF CANADA Posted on September 16, 2017 Mohawk Nation News Please post and distribute. MNN. 16 SEPT. 2017. We have a right to defend ourselves and our homeland. There is no justification for mowing down, clear cutting our trees, flooding our lands and removing us and all our relations. It is slaughter of people and all life. We refuse to m […]
- Haul No! Halt Uranium Mining in Grand Canyon, Transport on Indian Lands, Milling Poisoning UtesHaul No! Reports: Halt Uranium Mining in Grand Canyon, Transport on Indian Lands, Milling Poisoning Utes Haul No! Video of Canyon Mine activity from Sept. 13, 2017. "A worker on site stated that they will be able to start mining next week. We are checking into the statements made by the worker and will have further info soon. It is likely that it is not […]
- OWE AKU 'Open Workshop Radiation and Health, Pine Ridge'. Owe Aku Bring Back the WayOwe Aku InternationalJustice Projectwww.oweakuinternational.org Copyright © 2017 Owe Aku International Justice Project, All rights reserved.You are receiving this email because you are an ally in our struggle to preserve sacredwaterOur mailing address is: Owe Aku International Justice Project PO […]
- Mohawk Nation News 'Loboto'Mobile'http://mohawknationnews.com/blog/2017/09/15/lobotomobile/
- Sacred Stone Healing Gathering Sept. 18 -- 24, 2017
- Water Protectors Locked Down Inside Cars 'Stop Line 3 Wisconsin'Five arrested today Also see Duluth News Star Tribune photos and article at: http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/news/superior/4328000-pipeline-protesters-lock-down-site-superior BREAKING NEWS -- Water protectors are locked down inside of cars, to block Michael's Construction truckers from getting to Enbridge Line 3 work site across Wisconsin. #StopLine3 # […]
- Mohawk Nation News 'Natural Power'NATURAL POWER Posted on September 14, 2017 Mohawk Nation News http://mohawknationnews.com/blog/2017/09/14/natural-power/ Please post and dustribute, MNN. Sept. 14, 2017. Our family is the plants, earth, all animals, waters and everything in the air. We the people cannot kill or even hurt any of them. We must avoid and try to stop everything that kills all t […]
- Mohawk Nation News 'Kanekota Women File Objection'
- Laura Flanders Show Special Report on Mining and Resistance on Black MesaCheck out Jordan Flaherty’s coverage of mining and resistance on Black Mesa on the Laura Flanders Show. http://www.lauraflanders.com/?video=TiZ7pPNISyc
- Call for Support: Volunteers Requested for Sheepherdering and Human Rights ObservingOngoing support in the form of volunteer sheepherders and human rights observers are requested on Black Mesa. So many families within in the communities on Black Mesa have opened their homes to countless supporters over the years,creating an opportunity to engage in true support and solidarity. Families have said that supporters have played a helpful […]
- “Big Mountain is Under Siege Again”–Louise Benally on Livestock Impoundments“We are asking you to take action. Big Mountain is under siege again because Peabody Coal is losing its income from coal mining, so it is pressuring the tribal government to attack its own people. We’ve been opposed to the mining since 1974 when PL 93-531 was passed. Now with the coal companies collapsing […]
- Elder Matriarch Relocation Resister, Ida Mae Clinton, Passes on to the Spirit WorldWith great sadness and respect for a powerful life, we share that Elder Matriarch relocation resister, Ida Mae Clinton, of Star Mountain, has passed onto the spirit world. With the permission of her family, we share this video–made by NaBahe Katenay Keedihiihii this spring–in memory of Ida Mae’s life. Her family sends appreciation to all […]
- Requesting immediate Support for Dineh Resistance Communities whose livestock are being impounded by Hopi Rangers and Federal Agents.Below is the letter that the community members impacted by impoundments delivered today at the Navajo Nation Council Chambers in Window Rock: Requesting immediate Support for so-called “Hopi Partition Land ( HPL)” residents whose livestock are being impounded by Hopi Rangers and Federal Agents. The Hopi rangers and Federal agents used military tactic operati […]
- Sheep Emergency Fund: for Black Mesa families targeted by unjust livestock impoundmentsAll funds raised will go directly to Dineh families on the Black Mesa ‘HPL’ lands who have been aggressively targeted with livestock impoundments starting on October 22, 2014. Click here for donation page So far, three Black Mesa families have had their entire herds of sheep & goats impounded and are facing fees totaling about […]
- Elders Living in Fear and HeartacheClarence and Mary Lou Blackrock of Cactus Valley are sitting up all night by the fire, unable to sleep for fear of their sheep being taken. This distress endangers the elder’s health. This family wanted these pictures shared so that the world can see the suffering at the hands of the federal government and Department […]
- UPDATES CONCERNING IMPOUNDMENTS & ARRESTS OF THE SOVEREIGN DINEH NATION ON THE “HPL”Hopi Rangers arrested two individuals and impounded 120 sheep this morning at the homesite of Tom and Etta Begay in Red Willow Springs. Heavily armed rangers guarded and blocked nearby dirt road entrances as well. “The Hopi Rangers came for our homestead early this morning. They tried to arrest my Aunt Etta who is almost […]
- URGENT: WIDESPREAD IMPOUNDMENTS & AN ARREST ON THE HPL OCTOBER 2014UPDATE from HPL (Hopi Partition Land) residents: Shirley Tohannie and elder Caroline Tohannie had their entire herd of 65 sheep impounded by the Hopi Rangers (US federal government) Tuesday, October 22, 2014.If the fines aren’t paid the sheep will go to auction, and the family is being told that the sheep will not be able […]
- Request for Sheepherders and Human Rights Observers-July 2014*******BMIS is in the process of updating our contacts. In order to keep receiving updates from BMIS, please confirm your information here. Thank you!! ***** “This land is being taken away because they’ve got power in Washington. We were put here with our Four Sacred Mountains and we were created to live here. We know […]
- Laura Flanders Show Special Report on Mining and Resistance on Black Mesa
- Banner Hang today!Early this morning ALEC resistors suspended banners at two different locations. Please help us resist! AZ Resists Alec!
- Call for Indigenous Convergence to Resist ALEC! – November 29-December 3 – Onk Akimel O’odham Lands (Scottsdale, AZ)Un-occupy Our Lands! Indigenous Peoples Gathering in Resistance to Corporate & State Terrorism Tues. Nov. 29, 6PM – 9:30PM At Serena Padilla Residence Onk Akimel O’odham Nation (Salt River) 9312 E. Thomas Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85256 For more information and to see the entire invite please visit: AZ Resist Alec Greetings. My name is […]
- de-occupy! PRESS RELEASE
- PDF of Anti-Colonial Thanksgiving DinnerAnti-Colonial Thanksgiving Dinner pamphlet 2008 This is a zine from the Guelph Anarchist distro Mounting Bedlam Distro. It is from an annual dinner that where Anarchists host Indigenous folks to share their stories of resistance. It has spoken to me for along time sine i found a copy of it at the Taala Hooghan Infoshop. […]
- O’odham Sacred Site of Quitovac once again under threat from US Gold Mining Company Silver Scott MinesMany of you may remember the recent victory of saving Quitovac to a proposed toxic waste dump. Well Again this Sacred site is under siege. Now to the threat of a gold mine… This is a Resolution from Traditional O’odham elders in opposition to the proposed mine that was recently posted from the O’odham Solidarity Project […]
- CENSORED NEWS: Homeland Security pitches new spy towers at Tohono O’odhamThe war against the Tohono O’odham continues near the border. See the latest technology the U.S. Government has deployed on the T.O. community in this article below: Homeland Security pitches new spy towers at Tohono O’odham BY: Brenda Norrell Censored News http://www.bsnorrell.blogspot.com TOHONO O’ODHAM NATION — (Nov. 23, 2011) The US Homeland Security is […]
- Resist ALEC!Resist ALEC this November in Scottsdale, AZ! AZ Resist alec! ARIZONA IS CALLING FOR A DIVERSITY OF TACTICS TO SHUT DOWN THE UPCOMING ALEC CONFERENCE IN SCOTTSDALE, AZ ON NOVEMBER 30TH. ALEC thinks they’re meeting in Scottsdale, AZ this November… The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is a massive non-profit body that brings corporations and legisl […]
- De-Occupy O’odham LandDe-Occupy O’odham Land! Saturday December 10, Hosted by Dry River Resource Center Benefit for O’odham VOICE against the wall and Dry River Infoshop 6pm dinner 7pm speakers -John Zerzan -Ward Churchill -Julian Kunnie $10-$20 suggested donation (no one turned away for lack of funds)
- Ofelia Rivas In protest we write…While preparing to to write my own short reflection on the current “occupy” movement I asked Ofelia Rivas if she would like to contribute to the zine as well. Here is her letter. This will also be in the new Don’t just (re)occupy zine. Thank you again so much for your contribution Ofelia! For more news […]
- WHY (RE)OCCUPYING WON’T WORK****This is a preview of a short article for a zine I am compiling in response to the current sweeping “occupy” movement. The zine will be released soon…. WHY (RE)OCCUPYING WON’T WORK…. September 17, 2011 hundreds of people answer a call-out from Adbusters maga- zine to “occupy” Wall Street. Today October 14, 2011 less than […]
- Banner Hang today!
- Indigenous Solidarity Network beginsWe are please to announce the creation of the group named THE INDIGENOUS SOLIDARITY NETWORK. *See the About tab above and links section to the right. An inspiring video: (rights reserved to the creator)
- Indigenous Solidarity Network begins
- Inter-American Court of Human Rights Finds in Favor of Mapuche IndividualsThe Inter-American Court of Human Rights, the highest judicial body of the Organization of American States (OAS), reached a decision in favor of eight Mapuche individuals who claimed that Chile’s use of the Anti-Terrorism Law against them violated their rights. … Continue reading →
- Chilean Congress to Formally Question Interior Minister on Mapuche ConflictPublished yesterday in the Santiago Times, the Chilean Congress has voted to bring Chile’s Minister of the Interior, Rodrigo Peñailillo, in for formal questioning on the current administration’s handling (since taking over in March) of the ongoing Mapuche conflict in the … Continue reading →
- Aymara Culture Protects Their Children from Psychological DistressA team of Chilean researchers has recently published a report on the mental health of Aymara schoolchildren in Northern Chile, suggesting that involvement with their culture may act as a protective factor against psychological distress, including anxiety and hopelessness. The … Continue reading →
- Mapuche-Huilliche Community Granted Coastal RightsIt was reported yesterday (01-15-2015) in Mapuexpress that the Mapuche-Huilliche Community of Wente Caulín was granted rights over coastal waters in Chiloé. Specifically, the coastal area near the community was designated an “Indigenous Peoples’ Marine Coastal Area” under Chilean law, which grants the community … Continue reading →
- Two Mapuche Communities Obtain Land Rights After 15 YearsIn recent days, the Chilean government, through CONADI (Chile’s Indigenous development corporation) has returned title to lands in two different Mapuche communities. In the Mapuche community of Manuel Levinao (located in the Lautaro commune of the Araucanía region), 250 hectares … Continue reading →
- UN Instructs Chile to Return Indigenous Lands, Improve Consultation, and Redefine Anti-Terrorism LawThe United Nation’s Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) completed its 83rd session on August 30th in Geneva. During the session, CERD discussed Chile’s treatment of Indigenous peoples and offered some recommendations for the future. Specifically, CERD asked … Continue reading →
- Barrick Gold Admits Wrongdoing; Diaguita Communities Seek Revocation of LicenseBarrick Gold, owner of the Pascua Lama mine that spans the Chile-Argentina border, appeared in front of a Chilean court again on Monday, August 26th. This time, however, the multi-billion dollar corporation admitted that it had violated environmental regulations in … Continue reading →
- Argentina: Pope Francis Meets with Qom (Toba) LeaderOn Monday, June 24, 2013, Pope Francis spent 45 minutes meeting and talking with the leader of the Qom community, Félix Diaz about his community’s struggles to have their rights recognized. During the interaction, Diaz discussed the plight of his … Continue reading →
- Chilean Government Tests “Ethnic Patrols” Near TemucoOn Wednesday, May 29th, the Chilean police force unveiled a test project designed to improve relations between the police force and the Mapuche people — a relationship that, in certain parts of Chile, has involved significant amounts of violence. The … Continue reading →
- Pascua Lama Gold Mine Likely 1-2 Years Away from OpeningThe Pascua Lama gold mine — owned by Barrick Gold — was ordered shut down earlier this year when a Diaguita community successfully challenged the mine’s environmental record in Chilean court. Ultimately, the company was fined US$16 million and ordered … Continue reading →
- Inter-American Court of Human Rights Finds in Favor of Mapuche Individuals
- What Makes the Red Man Red?: Comments on Indianness, Racial-Being & Visual SchemaBefore I begin I’d really like to thank everyone on Twitter, but especially Nicolas Juarez (@nijuarez) and William Richardson (@HoodAcademic), whose conversations yesterday on this subject got me thinking enough to awaken from my writing slumber. Especially as it relates directly to my chosen specialization in my PhD research in sociology (my dissertation’s […]
- DiasporaDiaspora Red Child Where ever you may go Where ever you may roam feel the ground beneath your feet. As you walk feel the hum of this land our Mother Listen as it whispers …listen… as it says: “This is Home” This land It calls to you. This land it knows you whether Aztlán or Anishinaabewaki Borikén … Continue reading Diaspora →
- Tapānetowak-Zaagi’idiwagTapānetowak-Zaagi’idiwag Wa͞ewa͞enen ‘s pīqtaweya͞ek. For so long I was lost I drifted through the world. Disconnected. I knew where I wanted to go knew what I wanted to be but felt as though I was miles from it. But then you came to me Ocīpūhkiw. Sent as if by the stars you brought fire back … Continue reading Tapānetowak-Zaagi’idiwag →
- What Makes the Red Man Red?: Comments on Indianness, Racial-Being & Visual Schema
- Mount Rushmore Before it Was Desecrated and Other Captivating ImagesSee some captivating historical images including Mount Rushmore before it was carved and San Francisco at the beginning of the Gold Rush. The post Mount Rushmore Before it Was Desecrated and Other Captivating Images appeared first on Indian Country Media Network.
- Harvest like Our Ancestors: The Resistance is FertileHarvest season is a reminder that every tribe should have seeds, gardens, animals, pantries, and fresh water. Food sovereignty enhances tribal sovereignty. The post Harvest like Our Ancestors: The Resistance is Fertile appeared first on Indian Country Media Network.
- The Power of Cherokee WomenA tragic story of European conquest and resulting spiritual confusion. The post The Power of Cherokee Women appeared first on Indian Country Media Network.
- ‘Punched in the Gut’: Uncovering the Horrors of Boarding SchoolsRead about the president of the Boarding School Healing Coalition's journey of learning untold secrets from boarding school survivors. The post ‘Punched in the Gut’: Uncovering the Horrors of Boarding Schools appeared first on Indian Country Media Network.
- Cartoonist Without Reservations: Ricardo Cate’ Is One Funny IndianNative American cartoonist Ricardo Cate' has carved out a niche as Santa Fe's resident Native humorist. The post Cartoonist Without Reservations: Ricardo Cate’ Is One Funny Indian appeared first on Indian Country Media Network.
- The Power of Oceti Sakowin WomenOceti Sakowin women have always occupied esteemed roles in their communities, to this day they continue to be committed to their people, the land, their relatives, and traditions. The post The Power of Oceti Sakowin Women appeared first on Indian Country Media Network.
- Indian Country Today Media Network To Cease Active OperationsOn September 4, 2017, ICTMN announces operational hiatus to explore new business model The post Indian Country Today Media Network To Cease Active Operations appeared first on Indian Country Media Network.
- 2017 Movie Trailers: Great Native Films Include Jason Momoa and Wind RiverThis list features superhero blockbusters, a highly anticipated thriller from a new director, a family comedy adventure and some very good and timely documentaries that feature Native and indigenous icons, heroes and themes. Wonder Woman Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman (with Chris Pine) has been an incredibly successful DC movie after some lackluster DC showing. W […]
- Rez Gossip Can Be Vicious and DeadlyThere’s a difference between a concerned community member and a gossip. The post Rez Gossip Can Be Vicious and Deadly appeared first on Indian Country Media Network.
- Did the Deaths of 50 Million Indians Cause Climate Change?Geographers have proposed that a massive die-off of Indigenous Peoples in the Americas left enough permanent global evidence to define a new epoch. The post Did the Deaths of 50 Million Indians Cause Climate Change? appeared first on Indian Country Media Network.
- Mount Rushmore Before it Was Desecrated and Other Captivating Images
- KANEKOTA WOMEN FILE OBJECTIONPlease post & distribute. MNN. Sept. 22, 2017. The following notice is served on the violators of the kaia-nere-kowa by Registered Mail on September 22, 2017. “REGISTERED MAIL NOTICE OF OBJECTION – SEPTEMBER 22, 2017 TO: The Township of … Continue reading →
- HISTORICAL LOOTERSPlease post & distribute. MNN. 20 SEPT. 2017. Western culture and economy is based on looting. Every immigrant comes to turtle island to loot. They are freeloaders and racists who think they are entitled to everything they steal from … Continue reading →
- MILITARY OCCUPATION OF CANADAPlease post & distribute. MNN. 16 SEPT. 2017. We have a right to defend ourselves and our homeland. There is no justification for mowing down, clear cutting our trees, flooding our lands and removing us and all our relations. … Continue reading →
- LOBOTO’MOBILEPlease post & distribute. MNN. Sept. 15, 2017. The Caucasian race does experiments to eliminate or deny any trace of the diverse Indigenous peoples’ existence, history, identity and rights. To get out of their debt to us the on-kwe-hon-weh, … Continue reading →
- NATURAL POWERPlease post & dustrubute, MNN. Sept. 14, 2017. Our family is the plants, earth, all animals, waters and everything in the air. We the people cannot kill or even hurt any of them. We must avoid and try to … Continue reading →
- ALGONQUINS SUFFER “POTATO BUG” INFESTATIONPlease post & distribute. MNN. 11 Sept. 2017. The private corporations known as Canada, Quebec and Barriere Lake Band Council Inc. continue to try to defraud the not gullible Anishinabe of the Ottawa River Water Shed. The land is … Continue reading →
- CALL OUT TO ONKWE-HON-WEHPlease post & distribute. MNN. Sept. 8, 2017. Kinship instead of money. Our people were eliminated, removed or chased away. Our people are coming back to where creation placed us. All those who were kidnapped, disappeared … Continue reading →
- DRENCHED IN BLOODPlease post & distribute. MNN. Sept. 5, 2017. Our people talk about the time great turtle island was covered with “otsinonwa kowa, prehistoric mammals like the dinosaur. We roamed among these large creatures. So they could not kill us … Continue reading →
- WATER EVERYWHERE .. & NOT A DROP TO DRINKPlease post & distribute. MNN. 1 Sept. 2017. Over 118,000 people in Beaumont have no water safe to drink. The Houston finger pointing begins. great turtle island was great until the white man came to kill us and destroy … Continue reading →
- MOTHER IS ALWAYS RIGHTPlease post & distribute. MNN. August 28, 017. Listen to your mother! In Houston the onslaught will come after the rain stops and water recedes. Many have already lost everything – cars, home, no insurance, belongings. 50,000 refugee centers … Continue reading →
- KANEKOTA WOMEN FILE OBJECTION
- DENVER CELEBRATES THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF RUSSELL MEANSDenver, Co. – You may recognize him from such films as Last of the Mohicans and Natural Born Killers, but Russell Means was much more than a face on the silver screen. He was a cultural, political, artistic and visionary American Indian leader, described during his life as “the most famous American Indian of the [...]
- PEARL MEANSA commentary by Pearl Means telling of future events planned.
- CONVERSATION WITH LOURDESPearl Means talks with Lourdes of how she and Russell met and Russell Means’ latest book “If You’ve Forgotten The Names Of The Clouds, You’ve Lost Your Way” Mrs. Means will have book signing at the following places: Friday, July 26th @ 8:00 p.m. Festival Hall at Argiro Student Union, Maharishi University, Fairfiield, Iowa Wednesday, [...]
- RUSSELL MEANS (1939-2012)Russell Charles Means (November 10, 1939 – October 22, 2012) was an Oglala Sioux activist for the rights of Native American people and libertarian political activist. He became a prominent member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) after joining the organization in 1968, and helped organize notable events that attracted national and international media cov […]
- We Are All RelatedArmando Rendon has printed an excerpt from Russell’s book “If You’ve Forgotten the Names of the Clouds, You’ve Lost Your Way : An Introduction to American Indian Thought & Philosophy.” You may find at http://somosenescrito.blogspot.com/2013/04/we-are-all-related.html#!/2013/04/we-are-all-related.html If you wish to purchase either the softcover or Kindle […]
- February 27th Honoring
- Russell Means: Revolutionary.By lakotahfreedom ¶ Posted in Sovereignty ¶ First time I remember seeing Russell was at the Greengrass Sundance. He called my Grandma Ella up during the Giveaway. Even as a young boy, I was impressed. From that day forward, as a youth, I saw Bruce Lee, Evil Knievel, Muhammad Ali, and Russell Means as almost [...]
- The passing of Russell Means was a lose for the worldOn October 22, 2012, Indian rights activist Russell Means passed on after a magnificent life of struggle to better the lives of American Indians. Means had a tremendous impact on Native American struggles of the latter part of the 20th century and he will be sorely missed, but his passing was a huge loss [...]
- Preview of Russell Means Documentary
- Thanks TakingRussell’s Aljazeera interview from November 24,2011 Aljazeera on thanks taking
- DENVER CELEBRATES THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF RUSSELL MEANS
- An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.