Category Archives: Building a Tlingit Nation

Tribal Nations without States

Indigenous Anarchism. Among the Indians there have been no written laws. Customs handed down from generation to generation have been the only laws to guide them. Every one might act different from what was considered right did he choose to … Continue reading

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Visiting at.óowu at the Portland Art Museum

In March I visited the Portland Art Museum along with some clan relatives and Aandeyein to view and handle Naanyaa.aayí at.óowu, Teikhweidi at.óowu and Raven (probaly Kiks.ádi) at.óowu dating back to the 1800’s. NAGPRA claims are in process or planned … Continue reading

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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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Kanaka Maoli to Feds: ‘Get Out of Our House! Go Home!’

Decolonial monarchism! This jives well with Bioregionalism and indigenous clan/band/village level sovereignty. A fellow Tlingit commented that “sovereignty should not be defined at the whim of U.S. congressional mood swings.” I agree entirely but would add that the US would … Continue reading

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Southeast Alaskan Tribes Come Together for Clean Water in Transboundary Rivers

SEACC.org Eleven of Southeast Alaska’s 19 federally recognized Tribes met in Craig, Prince of Wales at the Craig Tribal House in late March to join together in protecting their way of life from the impacts of transboundary mining projects underway … Continue reading

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Alternative Sovereignties Conference

I am presenting at the Alternative Sovereignties Conference at the University of Oregon in Eugene. Friday, May 9 – Erb Memorial Union 8:30 AM-10:00 AM Contesting Absence, Creating Presence – Maple Room Linda Fuller, “Indigenous Resistances: Modes, Visions, and Accomplishments” … Continue reading

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More Than Just a Sealaska Shareholder

Sit News by Frank Hopper June 03, 2013 Monday I was born in Juneau, although I have no memory of ever living there. My family moved to Seattle when I was only two. My Caucasian father never explained why, except … Continue reading

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