Posts Tagged: new mexico

#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...

US national park to glorify nuclear bomb

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Imagine if Japan had created a national park honoring the Bataan Death March?

Eco-disaster in New Mexico and Southwest-3 million gallon toxic spill

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The State of New Mexico declared a state of emergency on Aug. 10, following the spill last week of 3 million gallons of toxic waste into the Animas Ri...

NM Gov. Martinez to the starving: “Let them eat cake”

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Joel Marcos Gallegos asks SNAP beneficiaries about the prospect of becoming even more food insecure.

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 ...

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...

‘We have to keep the struggle in the streets’—ABQ People’s Tribunal against Police Brutality

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The Albuquerque People’s Tribunal Against Police Brutality jurors heard testimony from dozens of people on police terror in Albuquerque—the city w...

Protests hit Albuquerque schools

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Between 900 and 1,000 students held protests at seven Albuquerque Public Schools high schools and at one local charter school this week, angered by ne...

Activists demand city of Albuquerque abolish Columbus day

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A new group of activists, The Red Nation endured snow flurries and cold temperatures for a press conference in front of Albuquerque’s City Hall to d...

Reies López Tijerina, a fighter for the people

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The armed action that Tijerina led on June 5, 1967 was known as the “Tierra Amarilla Courthouse Raid."