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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Diné Hada’ Asídí: A Peaceful Revolution against the Internal Enemies

Navajo child protests at Salt River Project in Tempe, Ariz.

Diné Hada’Asídí

Navajo Vigilant Ones

A Navajo People’s Public Interest Organization
We need a Peaceful People’s Revolution against the internal enemies

NGS: It’s All About Water (Today’s ‘Blue Gold’) and Disloyal Insiders

Navajo Generating Station (NGS) is not Navajo, but uses our coal, water, land, and

nearly 400 miles of rights-of-way (basically free for 40 years) to make its owners gross annual

revenues of roughly $1.5 billion. The two biggest owners are the U.S. Interior Department

(our supposed trustee) and Arizona’s Salt River Project (SRP).

NGS owners have swindled us out of hundreds of millions in value over 40 plus years

Gila River Huhugam Heritage Center: Keep it sacred April 27, 2013

Mohawk Nation News 'UN Chicanery'


mnnlogo1MNN. Apr. 24, 2013. Canada is not a constitutional democracy. They follow their corporate by-laws, not the rule of law. Like every corporation their duty is to provide ever-growing dividends to the shareholders. In the case of Thahoketoteh of Kanekota, the Federal Court of Canada refused to answer the constitutional question about Section 109 of the BNA Act 1867 and the Constitution Act 1982.
Now the Supreme Court of Canada refuses to hear the Athabaska Chipewyan appeal of the Jack Pine Mine expansion project on their land.

Sihasin and Tinariwen, from the Sahara Desert, in Tucson

Censored News Music Video (above) Saharan Desert band Tinariwen in Tucson, in concert with Dine' band Sihasin (Hope) with the incredible sounds of healing and a borderless world. From the Sahara to the Sonoran Desert.

ALSO Censored News Video: Sihasin sings AIM song, in concert with Tinariwen, at Hotel Congress, April 23, 2013.

Tinariwen tour schedule:

Sihasin tour schedule:

Videos by Brenda Norrell, Censored News

VIDEO Sihasin in concert Tucson: AIM song

Censored News music video!
Dine' band Sihasin welcomes Saharan desert band Tinariwen to the Sonoran Desert, and home to Tohono O'odham and Yaqui, live at the Hotel Congress in Tucson on April 23, 2013. Jeneda and Clayson Benally's new band is on tour and will be at the Gathering of Nations this weekend. Jeneda and Clayson spoke for hope and unity during the incredible concert, and joined Tinariwen in music which does not recognize borders, inspiring with their profound message of healing, hope and renewal.
Tinariwen from Saharan Desert performed in concert with Dine' Sihasin in
Tucson at Hotel Congress
Watch Tinariwen live in Tucson:

Upcoming: Dine' band Sihasin Tour Schedule

Thursday, April 25, 2013 Juan Tabo Library @ Albuquerque, NM @ noon
                                        North Valley Library @ Albuquerque, NM @ 4pm
Friday, April 26, 2013  Gathering of Nations Albuquerque, NM
                                     @ The Pit @ 11:15am                                               
                                     @ Stage 49 @ 4pm
Saturday, April 27  Gathering of Nations Albuquerque, NM
                                     @ Stage 49 @ 1:45 pm
                                     @ NIGHTCLUB EVOLUTION @ tba
June13-16, 2013  Steel Bridge Songfest @ Sturgeon Bay, WI
July 18-21  Grassroots Festival @ Trumansburg, NY
August 3-4  Museum of Northern Arizona Navajo Show @ Flagstaff, AZ
2012 Concerts ↓
Friday, November 23rd, 2012 in Oakland, CA  @ American Steele Studios @ 3pm Free show!

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