Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Listen Steve Melendez, American Indian Genocide Museum 'Treaty Rights'

Steve on Treaty Rights. Kpft.org by Censored News



Listen to Steve Melendez, American Indian Genocide President, Pyramid Lake Paiute, speaking on Treaty Rights, on KPFT radio.

HOUSTON Canadian Consulate: Photos Tarsands Blockade www.tarsandsblockade.org

Jan. 28, 2013 In Texas, Blockaders joined with indigenous people representing Idle No More and the American Indian Genocide Museum for a rally at the Canadian Consulate in downtown Houston. Protesters flew signs and banners, sang songs, and played drums before trying to deliver a letter of their demands to the consulate.


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