American Indian/Alaska Native - Attack The System

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 October 8th 2012
Begins at Westlake Park at 4pm
Downtown Seattle- march to John T. Williams pole at 5pm
Continuing march to Columbus statue at 6pm

Bring drums, prayer ties, and wear black.

Gunalchéesh

Two exciting things happening in Seattle on October 8th. One is the annual Abolish Columbus Day Protest. Later that evening there will be a free screening of Occupied Cascadia at the Wild Cat Theater.

These two issues are important for the future of Native peoples in this region. For one, the Columbus Day Holiday is a glaring representation of the dilemma in this country’s national narrative; it is a narrative built on discovery, manifest destiny and nation building. Unfortunately, it is a narrative that has little room…

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I am a Tlingit, born and raised in Tlingit Country, and a proud member of the Tlingit Nation.
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  1. Directly following the Abolish Columbus Day Rally, ‘Occupied Cascadia’ will be showing, 8 PM, at the Wild Cat in Seattle: 1105 23rd Ave (23rd & Union in the CD). The filmmakers will be downtown at 4 PM. It’s time to decolonize all of Cascadia. No colonial lines through anyone’s home. This is the Point of No Return. See you in the streets!
    http://www.facebook.com/events/363065323774673/?context=create#!/events/363065323774673/

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