Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

December 17, 2016

Censored News Celebrates Native American Youths and Future Generations!

Native American youths ran from Standing Rock to North Dakota this summer, empowering youths worldwide with the resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline.

We survived and celebrate Native youths and future generations!

It is a great time to be alive! Censored News has survived a full decade with no advertising, grants, or revenues. We celebrate this victory and share it with all of you who have shared your articles, photos and videos through all these years. We celebrate each of you, with a special tribute to the new generation out there, defenders of the earth, the young warriors risking their all for the land, water, air and people. Thanks to all of you, these stories will be the histories for the grandchildren yet to be born, the generations to come!
Thank you, Brenda Norrell, publisher Censored News

Censored News celebrates a decade of publishing. With love, we celebrate in memory of Roberta Blackgoat, Dine', shown with 'No relocation' sign; Willie Lonewolf, Dine' Ute shown on Longest Walk 2 at Southern Ute Museum with historical Ute photos; Floyd Westerman shown with Keith Secola at the Indigenous Peoples Border Summit, San Xavier, Tohono O'odham land; and Elena Garcia, O'odham, shown with Marcos in Sonora. Thank you to each of you, Brenda.

Censored News celebrates surviving a decade of publishing. We celebrate the Warriors, the Walkers, the Storytellers, the Mothers, the Fathers, the Cooks and all those who shared and dedicated their lives to struggle. In memory of Tomas Reyes, our friend from California who was with us on the Longest Walk 2 northern route. In memory of Amalia Astorga, Comcaac (Seri) whose homeland is on the coast of Sonora, Mexico. The land and sea were her way of life and and the wellspring of her stories. In memory of Roberta Blackgoat, Dine' of Cactus Valley, Big Mountain, with relocation sign. Roberta Blackgoat is with her son Danny, and Mike Flores, Tohono O'odham, while protesting the Peabody Coal slurry. In memory of Floyd Westerman, Lakota, shown with Keith Secola, Anishinaabe, at the Indigenous Border Summit, San Xavier, Tohono O'odham land.\

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