Monthly Archives: September 2012

Lingít Yoo X̱ʼatángi

Tlingit Language Blog Yakʼéi haat yee.ádi, ldakát yeewháan. Yá daakeit áwé, ldakát uháan yís áyá. Áwé, x̱ʼatulitseen haa léelkʼu has yoo x̱ʼatángi. Haa jiyís áyá wdudliyéx̱. Aaa. Haa Tlagu Ḵwáanxʼi Yan, Haa Yoo X̱ʼatángi, ḵa Haa Ḵusteeyí, haa jeet has … Continue reading

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The Abolish Columbus Day event is in it’s 5th year and is being organized by the Old Growth Alliance. The event page on Facebook can be found here. Monday…

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Is this what sovereignty looks like?

The Globe and Mail reports that the Carcross-Tagish First Nation is worried that self-government will collapse without funding from the Canadian Government. Some commentary from the Canadian side of the Tlingit Country is that this is not what self governance … Continue reading

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This is where Natives and environmentalists/conservationists often collide; particularly in the Pacific Northwest. Indigenous ways of resource management were modeled for sustainability. A clan or tribe ensured it’s continued…

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Your Courage will not go Unnoticed

[Please consider funding this project at Indiegogo.] A number of my paintings are being animated into a 1 minute film about the missing and murdered Aboriginal women. Short Summary My name is Angela Sterritt, I am an artist and journalist. … Continue reading

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Where have our warriors gone?

From AI/AN ATS by Vince Rinehart William Lind, in his article Gangs of Aleppo shares with us some insights into the conflict in Syria and what is fueling the violence. One of the characteristics shared by most disintegrating states is … Continue reading

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Sounds like our decentralized clan and village system and warrior code of Tlingit Latseen! Attack the System View original post

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