Monthly Archives: October 2011

Resistance at Big Mountain 2011 Santa Cruz

Censored News SPEAKERS: Louise Benally (Diné/Navajo) A Diné mother, grandmother, activist, educator and lifelong resister of relocation and coal mining at Big Mountain. Ann Marie Sayers (Ohlone) An outspoken and active Ohlone woman who has worked for decades to protect … Continue reading

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State foster care system: Still taking our children from us

We have a long history of our children being taken from us. Residential boarding schools & coerced adoptions were attempts at breaking the link to our heritage and culture. Today this continues with social services. State and federal agencies interfere … Continue reading

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129th Anniversary of the Bombardment of Angoon in Lingit Aani by Occupying US Forces

As posted at Lingit Latseen October 26, 2011, the 129th anniversary of the bombardment of Angoon by occupying U.S. forces– Wé yákyee agaal haa jineiyí gheinyaaxh yei tuwtuwanoogu yé – The day we paid for a crime we didn’t commit … Continue reading

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How western religion was and is used for the eradication of indigenous spirituality

As posted at Lingit Latseen by Nahaan, Dakl’aweidí, Kéet Gooshi Hít In order to address the issue of how western religion was and is used to eradicate the traditional spirituality of indigenous peoples in Alaska and surrounding landmasses we must … Continue reading

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US Military + Gangs

My favorite military strategist talks about primary loyalties. As the US Government continues to falter and continues to fail Indian people more and more, where will our loyalties go? The fate of our respective “Tribal” Governments is tied to that … Continue reading

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Native Corporations as tribes

From Lingit Latseen I find it disturbing that Sealaska Corporation, my own regional ANCSA Corporation, is pushing for recognition as a tribe while our clans, the very building block of Tlingit life, remain embattled on all fronts. Sealaska Heritage has … Continue reading

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The Stark Truth: Interview with Patrick McCarthy

Anti-racist white pride! I’d describe my views as Anti-racist Native pride! Interesting interview. Listen Here Topics include: Patrick’s political views; His take on White nationalism and the movement’s position on Jews; Political apathy, the two party monopoly and the need … Continue reading

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