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American Indian Movement -- International Film Festival 2017


 8th Annual American Indian Movement - International Film Festival
October 10-11, 2017
2969 Mission Street, San Francisco

AIM-West Press Release More Information: Antonio Gonzales-415-577-1492

On Tuesday and Wednesday, October 10th and 11th, AIM-WEST presents its 8th Annual American Indian Movement International Film Festival.  The films will be shown both days from 3pm to 9 pm at Answer Coalition Office, 2969 Mission Street (near the 24th Street BART station).  The grand occasion begins at 2 pm with the traditional Mejica Teo-Kalli Dancers, and followed by the All Nation Singers.  The Master of Ceremonies will be nationally known AIM leader Bill Means, and the Bay Area's own radio personality Miguel "Gavilan" Molina.

The Film Festival seized the UN theme of "Indigenous Peoples and Filmmaking" declared at the 2010 International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples held in New York as the spark to launch this as an extension of AIM-WEST's pro…

Twitter -- Not All Critics are Russian Hackers

Twitter setting dangerous precedent of police state

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Twitter now believes that you are "un-American" and a Russian with a fake account, if you criticize Trump or the Clintons.
Meanwhile, Censored News links have been blocked by Twitter since September of 2016, when we first exposed police violence at Standing Rock, with photos of police and Dakota Access Pipeline security.
Also in 2016, Censored News posted Hillary Clinton's dragnet of Indigenous activists, as she spied on activists, everyone from the Mapuche in Chile, to the Mohawks in Canada, as revealed in Wikileaks State Department data link when Clinton was Secretary of State.
Censored News also published Hillary Clinton's ties to arms deals, and Bill Clinton's deals for uranium mining on Indigenous lands globally, with money flowing back to the Clintons, as exposed by a hacker of the Clinton Foundation.
Censored News isn't a Russian hacker. In fact, we couldn't hack our way o…

DAPL Donates $15 Million Payoff for Police Abuse of Water Protectors at Standing Rock


In an egregious act of a private corporation paying for police brutality, Dakota Access Pipeline gives North Dakota $15 million
By Brenda Norrell Censored News
Dakota Access Pipeline has given the State of North Dakota $15 million for bringing in police who carried out excessive force to ensure the construction of its pipeline at Standing Rock. Those police and National Guard -- orchestrated by Morton County Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier and TigerSwan mercenaries -- shot peaceful water protectors with rubber bullets and tear gas, blasted them with water cannons in freezing temperatures, beat them, and imprisoned them in dog cages with numbers written on their arms as was done by the Nazis. Now, in an egregious act of a corporation paying for the abuse of peaceful protesters, and the violation of their civil and human rights, which resulted in serious injury, the State of North Dakota has received its payoff from the private corporation Dakota Access Pipeline, owned by Energy Transfer Partners …

Leonard Peltier Legal Update Sept. 30, 2017

By International Leonard Peltier Defense Committee Censored News Dear Friends and Family, I want to thank you for all the generous donations that have come in for Leonard’s legal team, almost 9,500 dollars in the last 2 weeks. It is wonderful and shows what we can do to help Leonard’s lawyers to move forward. Which means we must continue to raise funds to make this happen. I want to share with you part of the strategy the lawyers have put together to gain Leonard’s freedom! From the desk of the attorney: “Release _There are three paths to consider in an effort to obtain Leonard’s release. The first is a renewed petition for habeas corpus on the grounds that Leonard’s incarceration is unconstitutional. There are many obstacles here, both legal and logistical. New grounds (not previously raised in any appeal) would have to be discovered to be able to file a petition that is meritorious and would be considered by the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals. As a practical matter, locating the compl…

Indigenous Women From Standing Rock And Allies On Divestment Delegation In Europe

Indigenous Women From Standing Rock And Allies On Divestment Delegation In Europe
By WECAN PRESS RELEASE - Indigenous Women From Standing Rock And Allies On Divestment Delegation In EuropeCensored NewsUpdate September 28, 2017
Media Contact: Emily Arasim (general inquiries) –, +1(505)920-0153 Osprey Orielle Lake (urgent inquiries in Europe) –, +1(415)722-2104 Michelle Cook (general inquiries) -
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California (September 20, 2017) – From September 30th through October 14th, 2017, a delegation of Indigenous women from across the United States who have been at the forefront of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) resistance effort and other movements to stop fossil fuel extraction and infrastructure which pose threats to Indigenous and human rights, self-determination, lands and culture will travel to Norway, Switzerland and Germany. The delegation will urge financial institutions to divest…

Indigenous Demand Answers -- Three Years since 43 Students Vanished in Guerrero

For those of us on the Zapatista caravan through Mexico, there was no question that in the State of Guerrero there was a power, a fierceness, like non other. On our bus, the Sonoran bus, with O'odham, Yaqui and Mayo, there was a young Nahuatl warrior from Guerrero. He hopped on one leg, with a stick cane in one hand. When the call for "security" rang out, he rushed to the front line. I asked him why he had came, he said, "There was no food in our village." Now, years later, those forces in Mexico, co-opted and empowered by the United States government in their drug enterprises and fake media drug war, have attempted to squelch that power. But in doing so, they have only given birth to a new generation of warriors. -- Brenda, Censored News

Declaration from the National Indigenous Congress and the Indigenous Governing Council Three Years after the Disappearance of 43 Students from th…

Dineh Land Defenders Respond to Navajo Times article 'Men Protest Fracking Near Buffalo Pass'

Response to Navajo Times article, "Men Protest Fracking Near Buffalo Pass"

By Bobby Leonard Mason
Censored News

Buffalo Pass/Roof Butte, 9/21/17
First of all, WE, are not protesting. To protest is to make a statement expressing disapproval of something. Believe me, we are way beyond protest. What we are doing, in our heart and spirit, with prayer, is protecting the land and our relatives, which means to keep them safe from harm or injury; to restrict by law access to or development of (land) so as to preserve its natural state; by all means necessary.
Let’s be clear about this, my intentions, before you go getting the story twisted, are to get the voice of our local elders heard. We want to create a platform where we can all voice our opposition. We are the ones who are living (dying) with the consequences of these extraction methods. If scientific proof is what you want, I urge that assessments be done with more studies to follow. Also, look to the methane cloud, 2,500 sq. miles…

Mohawk Nation News 'What's In a Name?'


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San Francisco Peaks Mountain Protector Prayer Walk


Mountain Protector Prayer Walk
Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017

By Mary Begay
Censored News

FLAGSTAFF, Arizona  — There will be a sunrise Run followed by a Prayer Walk and Witnessing of desecration and destruction on the San Francisco Peaks.

WHO: This event is being organized by a diverse group of community members concerned with the ongoing impacts of Snowbowl's expansion on the sacred San Francisco Peaks.

WHAT: Mountain Protector Prayer Run followed by a Prayer Walk and Witnessing of desecration and destruction.

WHERE: Run begins at Snowbowl Rd. and Hwy 180 and ends at Arizona Snowbowl parking lots. The Prayer Walk and Witnessing will take place next to the lower West parking lot at Snowbowl Ski Resort.

WHEN: Sunday, October 8th, 2017. Run begins at 6:30am, Prayer Walk/ Witnessing begins at 9:30am.

WHY: To bring healing and harmony to our communities and to the San Francisco Peaks during the continuing desecration and devastation of this sacred site and sensitive mount…