Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

September 5, 2015

Censored News Begins its 10th Year!

Photo Mural: Censored News through the years
By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Censored News begins our 10th year this month, Sept. 2015, right back where we began publishing an exclusive from the so-called border. We’re exposing the truth about the US Israeli spy towers on Tohono O'odham land. Our labor of love has been published all these years with no advertising, grants, adwords or revenues.
Small reader donations to Censored News help pay some of the travel expenses for our live coverage, which has included live coverage from summits in Indian country throughout the west, climate summits in Cancun and Bolivia, five months of live radio on the Longest Walk 2, and the Peltier and Boarding School Tribunals in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Thanks to all of you!
Brenda Norrell, PMB 132, 405 E. Wetmore Rd., Ste 117, Tucson, Arizona 85705
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New this week at Censored News!
Censored News Exclusive: US Israeli pact targets traditional Tohono O’odham with 15 new spy towers:
US Israeli spy tower pact targets Tohono O'odham sacred mountain and spying on traditional O'odham
By Brenda Norrell
GU-VO, Tohono O'odham Nation -- The US has targeted two traditional Tohono O'odham districts, Gu-Vo District and Chukut Kuk District, with 15 new US spy towers built by the Israeli Apartheid corporation Elbit Systems, responsible for Apartheid security surrounding Palestine.

Big Mountain call for aid Sept 2015
NaBahe Katenay Keediniihii
SheepDogNation Media   
September 4, 2015 – Late summer and early fall 2015, Big Mountain keep vigil for BIA – Hopi Law and Ranger threats, a resistance that is quite dynamic in terms of the hardships of accepting losses and the spirited-will to maintain defiance.
Elders Mary Lou and Clarence Blackrock are both 90 years old, along with their children and grandchildren, were all well prepared in fall 2014 for the threats of livestock confiscation.

Photos Native People Protest Obama and Arctic Drilling
By Cassady Sharp
As President Obama visited Alaska this week, spending time in communities impacted by climate change and giving a powerful speech on the urgency of the issue, demonstrators greeted the president by protesting his recent approval of Shell’s Arctic drilling plans.

Writing your own stories, everyone is a storyteller
By Brenda Norrell
Censored News
When it comes o writing down your own stories, there are many good ways, even for people who don't consider themselves writers.
Some people work best at dawn or sunrise, and write "morning pages," just letting the thoughts flow without correcting, that comes later. It can be words and drawings, on any type of paper.

Obama’s Grand Alaskan Holiday: Epic Fail in PR
By Brenda Norrell
Censored News
President Obama’s holiday public relations spree in Alaska could be broadcast with Chevy Chase’s Holiday Road theme song from the National Lampoon Vacation -- if it were not so tragic. Behind all the smiles and jubilee, it is the pristine Arctic that will suffer from Obama’s Shell drilling in the Arctic.
The Alaskan holiday public relations extravaganza begins with Obama approving Shell's drilling the Arctic, and continues with Obama presenting himself as a climate hero.

1 comment:

Saint Howard (a.k.a. Howard the Great) said...

Congratulations on 10 years of truth telling, and wishing you many more.

-Howard Uhal