Monthly Archives: March 2012

Attack the System: Alternative Economics

Listen to the podcast. The points Keith Preston raises in this show are not specific to American Indians, but rather they describe the overarching economic imperialism that the US and other Empires use to keep the rich on top and … Continue reading

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Ant Loc (of Savage Fam): Hands of Vengeance ((OFFICIAL VIDEO)) ((PRODUCED BY NATIVE BEATS))

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Obama Stands with Pipeline Executives; Native American Protesters Stand in Cages

From time to time we can expect token gestures and concessions from the empire, particularly from it’s progressive wing. But when our sovereign nations stand in the way of economic imperialism we find out that we have once again been … Continue reading

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Mohawk Tells Judge He Doesn’t Recognize His Court Or State Law

Article from WWNY TV A Mohawk traditionalist charged with digging up a capped toxic landfill near his Akwesasne Reservation home told a St. Lawrence County judge he did not recognize the court or New York state law. Larry Thompson appeared … Continue reading

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Attack the System: Interview with Vincent Rinehart and Nahaan

Listen to the interview. Keith Preston interviews Vincent Rinehart and Nahaan. Topics include: The experiences of Vincent and Nahaan as American Indian activists defending their tribal and cultural heritage; The political model of the traditional clan system of native peoples … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Lingit Latseen:
See the Tlingit Elders Traditional Education Checklist here. What are the most important knowledge and skills in Tlingit tradition that a person needs to know to be well educated in the tradition? I have discussed…

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A Vision of Reviving Tribal Ways in a Remote Corner of California

New York Times KLAMATH, Calif. — From a forested bluff, Willard Carlson Jr. stands watch over Blue Creek where its indigo eddies meet the gray-green riffles of the Klamath River. The creek is sacred to Yurok Indians like himself: it … Continue reading

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