Monthly Archives: March 2011

Native Americans gather in Portland to protest oil sands shipments

Cross posted from Lingit Latseen From The Oregonian The group’s enemies, Thinn said, are oil-factory modules moving up the Columbia River, across the states of Idaho and Montana, and into Canada’s oil sands, where Imperial Oil, a subsidiary of Exxon-Mobil, … Continue reading

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Tribal and Clan Based Law

Two great posts on Tribal Law below. In short, “Tribal Law,” as we think of it today, is largely a BIA/Anglo style court system that has further undermined and destroyed our traditional forms of tribal and clan based dispute mediation … Continue reading

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Regulations make us violate our Way of Life

Great post from Aandeiyeen over at The one who watches over the land. She’ll be visiting southeast Alaska communities to “learn about the issues they are facing when it comes to traditional and customary use (“subsistence”) management.” Aandeiyeen shows us … Continue reading

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Indigenous Resistance & Survival into the 21st Century

Our survival depends on our ability to rebuild our clans and tribes and defend and protect our traditional tribal and clan territory. From Warrior Publications When we consider the growing potential for the entire industrial system to collapse (or self-destruct), … Continue reading

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