Twitter reports 2 am EST time on Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2011: Veterans for Peace members beaten; women thrown to the ground by police; at least 100 people arrested; police destroying tents, chairs, signs with garbage trucks.
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MESSAGE TO THE WORLD FROM THE CEREMONIAL ELDERS OF WHAPMAGOOSTUI, QC CANADA Whapmagoostui QC, March 29, 2020. Sacred Fire was lit in our community on Thursday, March 16th, 2020 and burned for people to offer tobacco in prayer over 4 days and 4 nights. Ceremonial Elders, as their ancestors did in difficult times, gathered in a ceremony each day and night to get direction from the Spiritual Realm on how to deal with COVID-19 virus. The language of Spirit (ceremony) tells us that a Messenger has come, a dark Messenger whose relatives are (to name a few): hatred among men (humans), all that which clouds the mind such as alcohol, drugs and substance abuse; violence and human conflict of all forms, and, most importantly, the disregard for Mother Earth as a living being. The Messenger is relentless, and no one is immune. It will continue to spread, and it will take many innocents lives. The pandemic cannot be cured by medicine alone; it must be combined with good deeds, prayer, and humanit…
As Navajo COVID-19 Cases Intensify, Jason Momoa Joins Efforts to Address Water Crisis
By Cassandra Begay
Navajo Hopi Relief Fund
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TÓ NANEESDIZÍ, DINÉTAH, (TUBA CITY, NAVAJO NATION) — As COVID-19 cases on the Navajo Nation reach 1,042 with 41 deaths, the Navajo and Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund is building momentum to address a food and water crisis in the area with support from actor Jason Momoa. A massive truck carrying 28 pallets with 1,540 cases of water was sent by Momoa to Tó naneesdizí (Tuba City) on Tuesday.
A group of volunteers led by Lt. Robbin Preston, Tuba City Distribution Team Leader for the Navajo and Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Effort, unloaded the donation and prepared it for immediate distribution throughout the crisis-stricken area. "Water is life and shapes lives and the earth; it’s the power we draw life from," said Lt. Preston.
Momoa, who is Native Hawaiian, heard about the Relief…
PINE RIDGE: Oglala Lakota enforce border checkpoints after the threat from South Dakota State Governor Article by Brenda NorrellBreaking News from Censored News May 10, 2020 PINE RIDGE, South Dakota -- Oglala Lakota Police are manning protective roadblocks at the tribal border entrances right now, as South Dakota State threatens Native Nations over their roadblocks.
Oglala Lakota and Cheyenne River Lakota in South Dakota have border checkpoints to protect their members from outsiders bringing in coronavirus.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem on Friday told Native American Nations that they have 48 hours to take down road checkpoints. The Republican governor said she would take legal action if the tribes didn't remove the checkpoints in 48 hours.
Both the Oglala Sioux and the Cheyenne River Sioux set up the checkpoints during April in an attempt to lock down their lands amid fears infections could decimate members.
On the same day, Mother's Day, the Navajo Nation reports 149 new case…