Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

December 17, 2013

Censored News Year in Photos 2013: Ten Indelible Images

Censored News Photos of the Year 2013

Censored News most shared and viewed photos of 2013
An incredible year of women and youths in resistance

Jan. 25, 2013: Police in St Louis today use compliance pressure on protesters, as Navajos demanded to talk with Peabody Coal

Jan. 27, 2013: Debra White Plume, Lakota, "Do they think we are not fighting anymore because we are not at Wounded Knee with ak47's? During winter moon our women gathered and had good meeting, some are in this photo. Unite to Fight for Sacred Water!"

The Longest Walk, 1978. Muhammad Ali, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Floyd Red Crow Westerman, Harold Smith, Stevie Wonder, Marlon Brando, Max Gail, Dick Gregory, Richie Havens and David Amram at the concert at the end of the Longest Walk, a 3,600-mile protest march from San Francisco to Washington, D.C., in the name of the Native rights.

May 19, 2013: Kent Lebsock, Owe Aku International Justice Project, "Bryan Brewer of the Oglala Sioux Tribe signing the Great Sioux Nation Declaration to stand up to TransCanada and stop the filth from tarsands."

Sept 25, 2013: Longest Walk 4: Our sisters and brothers on that long hot road to Wichita, Kansas, right now. Photo by Long Walker Bad Bear, Western Shoshone, thank you. More photos of today: 

Oct. 21, 2013: Mi'kmaq Attorney Amy Sock kicked, punched by Canadian police RCMP. Elsipogtog fracking protest. See photos:

Nov. 2013: Anonymous photo from Twitter, today's Million Mask March. 'Somewhere in Canada.'

Nov. 14, 2013: Mi'kmaq human barricade turned the fracking trucks around today. SWN came to do seismic testing with thumper trucks. See more photos, thanks to everyone who shared your photos! 

Dec. 11, 2013 Great photos from Bad Bear on Longest Walk 4 today, Placerville headed to Sacramento! Thank you!
Longest Walk 4 final days walking to Alcatraz. Photos today by Bad Bear, Tues., Dec. 17, 2013 Walkers arrive on Alcatraz on Dec. 21, with a Sovereignty Gathering on Dec. 22 at Oakland Friendship House.

Above are the ten most viewed and shared photos of Censored News in 2013.

Armchair journalism, plagiarism, deceptive spin and profiteering from others work, increased by paid staff reporters and online profiteers in the US in 2013. Around the world, 71 reporters were killed for their journalism in 2013:

Below are iconic photos of 2013 from Mi'kmaq Elsipogtog fracking resistance 
Above: Ossie Michelin's original photograph

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