Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Monday, Oct. 14, 2019, is Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the U.S. In 1977, Indigenous leaders from around the world organized ...
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We are Mauna Kea!

We are Mauna Kea!

Kanaka Maoli — Native Hawai’ians — are engaged in a historic fight to protect their sacred Mauna Kea and stop ...
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From Mauna Kea to Okinawa, ‘U.S. imperialism harms our lands, waters and bodies’

From Mauna Kea to Okinawa, ‘U.S. imperialism harms our lands, waters and bodies’

On July 17, at least 33 Indigenous Hawai’ian elders and others were arrested while defending the Mauna Kea volcano from ...
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Message from Leonard Peltier: ‘Remember the people who stood up and fought

Message from Leonard Peltier: ‘Remember the people who stood up and fought

On June 26, 1975, the FBI raided the Jumping Bull compound at Pine Ridge Reservation in Oglala, S.D. Native American ...
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Celebrating Two-Spirit Pride — for thousands of years!

Celebrating Two-Spirit Pride — for thousands of years!

Perhaps you have heard the term “Two Spirit” used along with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and other terms. If you ...
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Stop cruel and unusual punishment, support Leonard Peltier

Stop cruel and unusual punishment, support Leonard Peltier

New York — On April 28, Lenny Foster, a longtime American Indian Movement activist and former director of the Navajo ...
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Four die at Pine Ridge reservation while federal government ignores pleas for flood aid

Four die at Pine Ridge reservation while federal government ignores pleas for flood aid

This spring, extreme weather devastated reservations in several Midwest states. Pine Ridge, Rosebud, Cheyenne River, Ponca, Standing Rock and several ...
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Guatemalan speaker calls for left solidarity with Indigenous communities

Guatemalan speaker calls for left solidarity with Indigenous communities

On March 28, renowned Guatemalan anthropologist and activist Rigoberto Quemé Chay finished a series of lectures in the Los Angeles ...
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The border is still crossing us: Troops, family separation and barriers threaten people, environment

The border is still crossing us: Troops, family separation and barriers threaten people, environment

According to a statement released by the Defense Department, an additional 3,750 U.S. troops will head to the U.S./Mexico border ...
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Historic Indigenous Peoples March defends sovereignty

Historic Indigenous Peoples March defends sovereignty

Washington, D.C. — On Jan. 18, the first ever Indigenous Peoples March gathered in Washington, D.C. The march started at the U.S ...
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