Monthly Archives: October 2011

Tribe’s Child Support Orders to be Recognized by State of Alaska

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 27, 2011 Tribe’s Child Support Orders to be Recognized by State of Alaska On October 25, 2011, the Superior Court for the State of Alaska, First Judicial District at Juneau, issued a decision with significant implications … Continue reading

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How western religion was and is used for the eradication of indigenous spirituality

by Nahaan, Dakl’aweidí, Kéet Gooshi Hít In order to address the issue of how western religion was and is used to eradicate the traditional spirituality of indigenous peoples in Alaska and surrounding landmasses we must examine the colonial perspective by … Continue reading

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129th Anniversary of the Bombardment of Angoon by Occupying US Forces

October 26, 2011, the 129th anniversary of the bombardment of Angoon by occupying U.S. forces– Wé yákyee agaal haa jineiyí gheinyaaxh yei tuwtuwanoogu yé – The day we paid for a crime we didn’t commit — L.aangooshú (Billy Jones) As … Continue reading

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Git-Hoan!

I love this group! Really staying true to the traditions while evolving and getting our youth involved. Oldie but goodie.

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ANCSA Corporations as tribes

I find it disturbing that Sealaska Corporation, my own regional ANCSA Corporation, is pushing for recognition as a tribe while our clans, the very building block of Tlingit life, remain embattled on all fronts. Sealaska Heritage has pursued the return … Continue reading

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The U.S. vs Clans

From AI/AN ATS As a follow up to my previous post on the tribal form of social organization, here’s a quick demonstration of how the Federal Government has systematically destroyed our Native American clans across the continent. The reason they … Continue reading

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My Interview with Robert Stark

Listen to it here Robert Stark interviews Vincent Rinehart. Topics include: Occupy Wall Street’s political agenda and the attempts at co-option by elites; The failure of capitalism Gaining independence from Wall Street and the need for radical decentralization; Secessionist movements; … Continue reading

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