Monthly Archives: January 2012

Save the Water & The Wild Rice: Stop the Mine

Good video from some of our youth. There is a similar issue in Tlingit Aani. Do we trade a few years of prosperity at the cost of our salmon? Our rice? Our buffalo? Mines bring jobs to area for a … Continue reading

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Michael Preston, Cal student and tribal activist

The issue of unrecognized tribes brings to a light an important question, from where does our sovereignty and tribal identity come from? From the federal government? Or from somewhere else? I am from Teeyhittaan clan. We have long considered ourselves … Continue reading

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Who are you?

My father’s father’s people emerged from Kiks, the place of the frog people, centuries ago. CENTURIES! My mother’s people walked out of blue lake in northern New Mexico in a time we can only dream of. A time shrouded in … Continue reading

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“Chief Joseph”

200 warriors ” fought with almost scientific skill, using advance and rear guards, skirmish lines, and field fortifications.” In over three months, the band of about 700, fewer than 200 of whom were warriors, fought 2,000 U.S. soldiers and Indian … Continue reading

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One Shot 2 Kills

From Afro Native Pride Remember, the struggle for the liberation of our people is not a fight that takes place in the native lands of other tribes on the other side of the world. It is right here in our … Continue reading

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Russell Means: Welcome To The Reservation

Means explains how American Indians have been enslaved within de facto prisoner of war camps as a result of the federal government’s restriction of their food supply and the application of colonial tactics, a process that has now also been … Continue reading

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2011: A Year of Connections and Resistance for #NDNZ in Cyber-Space

Don’t Pay to Pray If you look at the top 20 tweeted stories from 2011, a dark picture is painted for NDN country. Most news stories were dominated by reports of the result of 519 years of Colonization: hate crimes, … Continue reading

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