Posts Tagged: indigenous peoples

#NoDeadNatives: Red Friday success, bordertown justice in Gallup

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For The Red Nation, its allies, and the Albuquerque community, last Friday was “Red Friday”—a community-led initiative to collect winter gear fo...

Day of Mourning Statement by Leonard Peltier

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"It makes my heart happy to know so many of you are keeping this Day of Mourning event going. "

Students, Native community celebrate Indigenous resistance at Sacramento State

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In honor of this struggle against the forces of colonization that continue to be a threat, students and community members met in the quad of Sacrament...

No gentler colonialism: Junipero Serra not a ‘saint’

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Four days after Pope Francis' canonization of Serra, a statue of Serra was toppled and covered in paint in Carmel, Ca.

ABQ: Confronting racist violence against Natives

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On Sunday evening in Albuquerque, more than fifty people attended a memorial and vigil to mark the one-year anniversary of the violent murders of two ...

Native and trans people to the front

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or the first time in national LGBTQ Pride history, a Native (Dineh nation) transgender woman was chosen to be the Grand Marshall of the Albuquerque LG...

Seattle to Shell: ‘If you build it, we will block it’

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Over the course of a few days, mass numbers of climate activists gathered in Seattle to say no to Shell's Arctic drilling rig, which is currently sitt...

The Pentagon’s war on the environment

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The U.S. military tops the charts for polluters: the most fossil fuels burned, the release of the most greenhouse gases and the biggest source of merc...

The Pentagon’s war on the environment

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To save the people and the planet, all people of conscience must stand up, organize against and defeat U.S. imperialism.

Gallup, NM – Stop racist violence against Natives

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On April 4, The Red Nation along with 80 community members stood up and spoke out against the extreme atmosphere of racist violence in Gallup, New Mex...