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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Liberation as Santa Fe Celebrates Conquest and Genocide by Jennifer Marley, San Ildefonso Pueblo







Photo Vanessa Bowen




"I pray that liberation becomes something possible in the minds of all Native people"
by Jennifer Marley
Jennifer is from San Ildefonso Pueblo. She is a lead organizer with The Red Nation, Vice President of University of New Mexico (UNM) KIVA Club, and a student at UNM
On Friday, my predictions of increased violence from police and Entrada attendees came true. Everything we have been trying to bring to light was shown loud and clear; the logic of conquest is alive and well here in New Mexico. For those of you who have not read any of the recent articles pertaining to the situation, I will give a brief recap.

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AIM West San Francisco and Zapatistas in Sonora. Photos by Brenda Norrell.

Boarding School Abuse Tribunal in Wisconsin; Paul Owns the Sabre reuniting with his mother on Longest Walk 2 in Colorado 2008; Boarding School Summit; and AIM West San Francisco. Photos by Brenda Norrell.







Photos: Censored News live coverage, spanning 11 years -- Longest Walk 2 Western Shoshone land; National Indigenous Congress speaking on Yaqui land in Sonora, Mexico; Indigenous Peoples Border Summit on Tohono O'odham land with Keith Secola and Floyd Westerman; Gary Farmer in concert in Tucson, and the Uranium Summit on Acoma Pueblo. Photos by Brenda Norrell.