Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

May 16, 2012

Censored News top articles May 16, 2012

Top articles at Censored News

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Censored News, more censored than ever, is happy to share with you some of our top posts. Also, in case you missed it, here's the eight-part Censored News series from the Rights of Mother Earth Gathering at Haskell Indian Nations University in Kansas.
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The top article this year:
Center photo: Western Shoshone Carrie Dann
testifying to UN Rapporteur Tucson
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March 5, 2012: Lakota arrests underway halting pipeline trucks
The most viewed post this month:
KKK carved on Lakota elder in Rapid City hospital
This week's top story:
Colorado AIM youths removed at UN Permanent Forum (Later reinstated)
Today's top story:
Western Shoshone Carrie Dann: Civil disobedience is one way to protect Mother Earth and halt gold mining

Censored News Series: Rights of Mother Earth Gathering at Haskell:
Haskell: Disappearance and renewal in the wetlands
Rights of Mother Earth Haskell continues efforts of Bolivia President Evo Morales
Anishinabe Renee Gurneau: Mother earth, memory and being
Power and Place: Dr. Wildcat on Rights of Mother Earth
Fort Berthold: Oil trucks killed seven children and youths
‘People of the water’ BC Chief Rueben George at Rights of Mother Earth
Robert Yazzie: Roots of Dine’ Law at Rights of Mother Earth
Supai Hopi Mona Polacca: Water, prayer and humility

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