Category Archives: activisim

Free Lingít Aaní!

Today is Free Nations Day. Free Nations Day is an opportunity to reclaim the idea that nations are voluntary groupings of free individuals, not externally imposed political borders or states. Both geographic localities and identities that transcend space are legitimate … Continue reading

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KLAMATH TRIBAL MEMBERS PROTEST “CELEBRATORY” SIGNING OF UPPER KLAMATH BASIN COMPREHENSIVE AGREEMENT

(CHILOQUIN, OREGON) – U.S. Department of Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, State of Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber, State of California Governor Jerry Brown, Oregon Senator Ron Wyden, Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley, Klamath Tribes elected officials and Klamath Basin irrigators held a … Continue reading

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For the inspiration of revolutionary feelings

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First Nations clash with Police in Canada…. what to do?

Over reaction by Canadian authorities to anti-fracking protests… what does it mean? First Nations are at a very different stage in their relationship with Canada than, say, Alaska Natives are with the US. If anything, entrenched Native institutions in Alaska … Continue reading

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When VAWA isn’t enough: Arming Sisters Campaign Launch

Arming Sisters

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Indigenous Warrior Deported by CBSA

The following is an excerpt from SKWEKWEKWELT SOLIDARITY. Much of British Columbia is unceded First Nations territory. In many cases there has been no land claims settlement, no agreements, no treaties, and no end to resistance. January 2013 – A … Continue reading

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Imaginary Borders

A number of Tribal Nations straddle international borders. Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian nations find themselves spread across what is now called southeast Alaska, British Columbia, and the Yukon Territory. Additionally, a number of tribes in the Puget Sound are divided … Continue reading

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