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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

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EL PASO: Silent March for the 43 Disappeared in Ayotzinapa


La Red Binacional Por Ayotzinapa 
EL PASO, TEXAS - March 25, 2015 - Organizations in El Paso and Ciudad Juarez will commemorate the 6-months of silence since the disappearance of the 43 students kidnapped in Guerrero with a silent march. The march will take place on Thursday, March 26th at 6pm from the Mexican Consulate in El Paso to the intersection of El Paso & Sixth Street, at the mouth of Santa Fe international bridge. The media and the public are invited.
El Paso’s and Ciudad Juarez’s march is to honor the Sixth Global Day of Action for Ayotzinapa, one of which is held every month in cities all over the world, to commemorate the events of September 26, 2014 when police and gangsters killed six, wounded 25, and kidnapped 43 students of the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers College. The parents have continued to demand that their children be returned to them “alive as they were when they were taken.”
El Paso and Ciudad Juarez will march in silence not to mourn the 43 missing students, for there is hope that they are still alive. The march is silent to represent the hurt and pain felt by the people of Mexico and the United States in the wake of the unjust and oppressive actions of the Mexican and United States governments since the disappearance of the 43 students. The cities, joined together by the tragedy of Ayotzinapa, have shouted for and demanded justice; since they have not been heard, this time, they will express their indignation with silence.
This action comes in the wake of a visit to El Paso by some of the parents and family members of victims and survivors of the events on September 26, 2014. They visited El Paso on March 16 & 17 to spread word of the injustices that happened at Ayotzinapa and to promote U.S. support of the parents and friends’ search for the 43 missing students. They will be visiting other U.S. cities in the coming month.




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MNN. 25 Mar. 2015. The US founding fathers went to Albany in 1754 to learn about confederation and union from us. This became known as the “Albany Plan of Union”. The British overlords shot it down because of the power of its Council of Women and Council of Men. The British owned their women and did not want them to know about this.
Yep! This is democracy.
Yep! This is democracy.
The American Revolution was initiated to divide and conquer the Iroquois Confederacy, to chop down the Tree of Peace, that stood for 3,000 years in Onondaga, the biggest tree in Onon’ware:geh. In 1779 over 13,800 colonists were sent to chop it down.
A pretend democracy was created based on the structure of the Great Peace. The Senate replaced the Council of Women. Congress replaced the Council of Men. The President, a hierarchical overlord, was placed over the whole process to render it moot.
Next the 51% majority rule was implemented, which is totally opposite to the consensual decision making process of the Great Peace. Then the bankers were put in place to control all transactions. They started selling the fantasy that people could “own” Ongwe’hon:weh land. The colonial settlerism problem began, we deal with today.
All decision-making in the Great Peace was done through the clan system. In the US-made corporate version, the clan system was replaced with the party system, an artificial clan. We Ongwe’hon:we get our clans from our mothers and cannot interbreed amongst clans. The artificial party system can change at will. harper-my-work-is-done
The British Empire is the only empire left on earth. It exists in Canada, US, New Zealand, Australia and Israel. It is time for this empire to fall. The monarchical democracy that Canada purports to follow is like the US system with a hierarchical presidency. It’s all theatre.
The true decision making power of the Corporation of Canada lies with its board of directors at the Privy Council. They oversee the day-to-day operation of the corporate officers: prime minister, leader of the opposition, finance minister, etc.
Great Peace: Everyone has a voice & everyone is equal.
Great Peace: Everyone has a voice & everyone is equal.
Dekanawida described the warmonger as “the man who eats humans”. They love disorder and hate peace. Their minds are twisted so as to strike fear into all. In the pretend democracy people’s wishes are irrelevant. Corporate boardrooms make decisions for governments and its entities. Voting is a token gesture controlled by the oligarchs.
Dekanawida also said all peoples shall love one another and live together in peace, through righteousness, health and power. Righteousness is justice practiced between people and nations. Health is soundness of mind and body so that peace comes when minds are sane and bodies are cared for. Power means authority of law and custom backed by such force as is necessary according to the will of the people.
The Great Peace makes oligarchs look into the mirror to see their evil. Dekanawida said they have to make right all the suffering they caused. He advised to never go against the forces of nature, which is the basis of the Great Peace/Kaia’nereh:kowa.
Steve Winwood captures the feelings of our current dilemma: “Come down off your throne and leave your body alone. Somebody must change. You are the reason I’ve been waiting all these years. Somebody holds the key. I’m near the end, and just ain’t got the time. And I’m wasted and I can’t find my way home”. [Can’t find my way back home].
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Video: Global corportocracy & neo-colonialism.
Benjamin Fulford on state of world.

Statewide Day of Action to Decry Texas Anti-Immigrant Agenda

Photo by Todd Wiseman
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2115 Piedras, El Paso, TX 79930                 320 Lincoln, Anthony, NM 88021  
March 23, 2015
For Immediate Release
Contact: Gabriela CastaƱeda

Statewide Day of Action to Decry Texas
Anti-Immigrant Agenda
Dozens of Texan Cities to Fiercely Oppose and Condemn Anti-Immigrant proposals that Hurt Texas

El Paso, TX /Southern New Mexico- Border Network for Human Rights will hold a March and Rally on Wednesday, March 25th, 2015 starting at 11:00 a.m. this actions are part of the Statewide mobilizations convened by Reform Immigration for Texas Alliance (RITA) to repudiate the anti-immigrant agenda being discussed at the Texas Legislature. Proposals like HB11 in the House and SB3 in the Senate not only aim to undermine the trust communities currently have towards law enforcement agencies, but also attempt to hurt Texas economy and values leaving thousands of students without access to in-state tuition.

While our state is moving forward with policies that would deploy hundreds DPS personnel for the vague cause of “securing the border”, dozens of cities will join us around the state in a Statewide Day of Action to make sure that immigrant and border voices are heard loudly and clearly in Austin, in that sense BNHR reiterates its opposition to any proposal that endeavors to injure the great state of Texas.

WHAT: March and Rally Opposing Texas Anti-Immigrant Agenda
WHERE: March starting at 11:00 a.m.  (Starting Point at 1000 Chihuahua Street)
                    Rally starting at Noon at Cleveland Square Park (510 N. Santa Fe St)
. WHEN: Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

The Border Network for Human Rights, founded in 1998, is one of the leading human rights advocacy and immigration reform organizations located at the U.S./Mexico Border. BNHR has over 7,000 members in West Texas and Southern New Mexico.

Native Women Film Fest begins with 'Crying Earth Rise Up'

'A Thousand Voices' featured at the film
fest Thursday night. Narrated by
Irene Bedard and filmed in New Mexico.
Debra White Plume, Lakota 'Crying Earth Rise Up'
opens the festival, Wednesday, March 25, 2015 in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Native Women in Film and Television Film Festival begins with 'Crying Earth Rise Up'

Festival Info:

2nd Native Women in Film & Television Film Festival

Host Venue: Laemmle Music Hall Theatre | 9036 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA | 90211
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Open to public + Admission $7.00 online $10.00 at door + Screenings and Panel Discussion +
7:00pm to 11:00pm
Film Titles:
Showtime 7:00p Crying Earth Rise Up
Showtime 8:10p The Hired Hand
Showtime 9:45p 101 Indian
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Open to public + Admission $7.00 online $10.00 at door + Screenings and Panel Discussion +
7:00pm to 10:30pm
Film Titles:
Showtime 7:00p “A Thousand Voices” Narrated by Irene Bedard
Native Women Short Film Series + 10 shorts from U.S., Mexico, Guatemala, Canada, Bolivia.
Showtime: 8:00p to 10:40p {Native Women Short Films considered One Screening}
Night Like These
Her Fathers Land
Routine Check Up
he Strings of Life of the Jaguar Women
The Fighting Cholitas
We Shall Remain
Friday, March 27, 2015 – Closing Night Special Screenings & Panel
Open to public + Admission $7.00 online $10 @ door + Screenings, Panel and Act of Love &
Kindness Award + (Frozen River screening is FREE however it doesn’t get you in to Highway of
Tears or panel admission for that is $7 online and $10 at door)
6p - Star-Studded Red is Green Carpet
7p - Special Presentation Mayor Garcetti Certificates to Misty Upham’s Family & Founder/actor
Joanelle Romero
Showtime: 7:15p - HIGHWAY OF TEARS Narrated by Nathan Fillion
Showtime 8:30p - It is with great respect to announce Native Women in Film & Television to
honor Deborah Parker with the NWFILMTV Inaugural “Act of Love & Kindness Award”. Ms.
Parker was a leading force in getting the bill passed for the Violence Against Women Act.
President Obama signed the Violence Against Women Act into law March 2013. Ms. Parker was
also good friends with Misty Upham and family. {Ms. Parker will be in attendance}
Showtime 8:45p - The Conversation that Needs to Happen + Where’s the Image of Native
Women Now and in the Future #NativeWomenRISE #NWFILMTVLeadForward
NWFTV Panel Discussion: Violence Against Women in all areas i.e. film, television, radio and
missing and murdered women. Its as if – we do not exist.
NWFTV Panel: Charles Upham (Misty Upahm father), Joanelle Romero, John L. Tsosie, Ernest
Tsosie, Jr., Kathy Wilcuts, Pearl Means, Ojibwe Elder Great-grandmother Mary Lyons, Mary
Teegee. including special quests.
Showtime 10:15p FROZEN RIVER
Starring: Misty Upham, Melissa Leo, Micheal O’Keffe, Charlie McDermott, Mark Boone Junior.

Newe Sogobia (Western Shoshone) Native Youth Nuclear Forum

Newe Sogobia homeland during atomic bomb testing

Newe Sogobia "The People Together with Mother Earth"

Native American Youth Forum on Nuclear Issues

From Ian Zabarte, Newe Sogobia (Western Shoshone)

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Mar. 26, 2015 (All day) to Mar. 27, 2015 (All day)

Office/Remote Location

Thomas & Mack Moot Court Room & Classroom 110


The Native American Youth Awareness Forum on Nuclear Issues will bring together Native American youth together with elders active in nuclear issues surrounding the Nevada National Security Site (formerly the Nevada Test Site) to communicate the history and values of tribal involvement around the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS).
Who should attend: Native American youth in high school, college or considering college with an interest in helping the people carry on the work of protecting the land and people of the Great Basin from nuclear threats and hazards?
What to expect: The event is intended to immerse the participants in the history of U.S.. nuclear development and its impacts upon Native Americans living in communities surrounding the NNSS. We will share our experiences and responses to the adverse health consequences known to be plausible from exposure to radiation in fallout from nuclear weapons testing. We will provide a Native American perspective to development of the proposed high level nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain. Participants will have opportunities to engage one-on-one with presenters to foster collaborative relationship, research and support.

Admission Information

This event is free and open to the public.

Contact Information

Office of Diversity Initiatives
Patrick Naranjo

Event Sponsor

UNLV Boyd Law, UNLV Office of Diversity Initiatives, Native American Youth Awareness Forum on Nuclear Issues, and First peoples of the Great Basin


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Thuisland van Newe Sogobia tijdens atoombom test!
Newe Sogobia “De mensen samen met Moeder Aarde”
Native American Youth Forum on Nuclear Issues
From Ian Zabarte, Newe Sogobia (Western Shoshone)

Het ‘Native American Youth Awareness Forum’ zal Native Amerikaanse jongeren samenbrengen met oudere activisten over de nucleaire kwesties die de Nevada National Security Site (voorheen de test Site), omringen.
Zij zullen praten over de geschiedenis en waarden van tribale betrokkenheid rond de Nevada National Security Site (NNSS).

Native Amerikaanse jongeren uit het secundair onderwijs en studenten van de universiteiten, die mee willen werken tegen nucleaire bedreigingen en gevaren voor de bescherming van het land en het volk van de Great Basin.

De bedoeling is om de deelnemers bewust te maken van de geschiedenis van de nucleaire ontwikkeling in de VS en de impact hiervan op Native Amerikanen die in de gemeenschappen leven rond de NSS.
Ervaringen en response zullen gedeeld worden op de negatieve gevolgen voor de gezondheid, waarvan bekend is dat ze te wijten zijn aan blootstelling aan straling in de fallout van de testen van nucleaire wapens.
Er zal een Native Amerikaans perspectief geboden worden voor de ontwikkeling van de geplande hoog -actieve opslagplaats voor kernafval op de Yucca Mountain.
Mar. 26, 2015 (All day) to Mar. 27, 2015 (All day)

Campus Location
Office/Remote Location
Thomas & Mack Moot Court Room & Classroom 110

Admission Information
This event is free and open to the public.
Contact Information
Office of Diversity Initiatives
Patrick Naranjo

Event Sponsor
UNLV Boyd Law, UNLV Office of Diversity Initiatives, Native American Youth Awareness Forum on Nuclear Issues, and First peoples of the Great Basin

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