Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

December 11, 2011

LISTEN: Dr. Julian Kunnie 'De-Occupy O'odham Lands'

Dr. Kunnie (R) on Tohono O'odham land,
on the so-called US/Mexico border with
Mohawk and Navajo.
Photo Brenda Norrell
By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Listen to Dr. Julian Kunnie speaking at the event, De-Occupy O'odham Lands, in Tucson, on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011. Hosted by Ofelia Rivas, and the O'odham VOICE against the Wall, Dr. Kunnie joined author John Zerzan of Oregon, at Dry River, an anarchist collective. Dr. Kunnie spoke out against the police state, racism in Arizona and the illegal occupation of this land by immigrants beginning in 1492.
Listen on Censored News Blogtalk Radio:
Audio Part I:
Audio Part II:
Also see: 'The Billion Dollar Joke Arizona Spy Towers Coming Back' by Brenda Norrell:
Julian Kunnie is a Professor of Religious Studies/Classics at the University of Arizona He is the author of numerous articles in various internationally recognized journals and books. His books include Indigenous Wisdom and Power: Affirming our Knowledge Through Narratives (2006), Is Apartheid Really Dead? Pan Africanist Working Class Cultural Critical Perspectives (2000), and Models of Black Theology; Issues of Class, Culture, and Gender (1994). His forthcoming book is Globalization and Its Victims: Wars Against the Earth and the Impoverished of the World (Rowman and Littefield). He is currently working on a prison research project that interrogates issues of race, class, and gender and is geared toward preventing the incarceration of youth, particularly those of color, entitled Enchained Humanity: A Comparative Study of the Infliction of Incarceration on Persons in United States and South African Prisons.
Recorded live by Censored News.

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