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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Apache Stronghold Caravan Begins Journey from Northern California to DC



Apache Stronghold stop at Oakflat to say prayers for journey to Northern California. Photo by Steve Pavey on June 6th.

 Elem Colony photo taken last week which shows the open pit Mercury mine, the light blue water, which has contaminated the area, Elem Colony on the bank of Clear Lake and across the lake, Clearlake Oaks, California.  Photo by Wendsler Nosie Sr.
Apache Stronghold Caravan Begins Journey from Northern California to DC
Wendsler Nosie
Photo by Steve Pavey

James Browneagle Honoured to greet and welcome My Relation Wendsler Nosie Sr. and warriors from many Nations, to begin the Caravan for the Poor People's Campaign. We will be starting at Elem on June 10, 2018 to end at Washington, DC on June 23, 2018. Traditional Sweat on Friday along with Elem Roundhouse ceremonies Friday, Saturday and Sunday. All local Tribes and traditional leaders welcome to this alcohol and drug free cultural event that will have a national impact and expose the generations of tribal Environmental Injustices that have negatively impacted and destroyed our natural and cultural resources. Be a part of history and show your support for the Poor Peoples Campaign! All My Relations

-- James Browneagle

Apache Messenger
June 6, 2018
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Amid the Poor People’s Campaign, A National Call for Moral Revival that is uniting tens of thousands of people across this country to challenge the evils of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation and the nation’s distorted morality, comes a fight that has been long suppressed since the beginning of America.

Dine' Nate Etsitty -- An Idea Maker in Permaculture and Dryland Farming

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An Idea Maker in Permaculture and Dryland Farming -- Nate Etsitty, Dine'

By Brenda Norrell
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Listen to talk on Spirit Resistance Radio
https://www.facebook.com/earthcycles/videos/10154846418349159/

DILKON, Navajo Nation -- Nate Etsitty, Dine', shared his love of permaculture and food sovereignty, during Dine' CARE's Western Peoples Convention on Sunday.
As an idea maker who studies natural designs in nature, Nate shared his discoveries in permaculture, gardening and natural patterns, including natural sediment and dryland farming techniques. 
Speaking during the three day convention, June 1 --3, Nate said his interest in college was in packaging and anthropology, but this changed when he moved back home to Navajoland.
"I moved home and rediscovered who I am."

'The Sovereign Thread' by Herb Yazzie -- Climate Change and Fundamental Laws




'The Sovereign Thread' by Herb Yazzie -- Climate Change and Fundamental Laws

Article by Brenda Norrell
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Video by Spirit Resistance Radio

DILKON, Navajo Nation -- Speaking on Dine' laws and balance, Herb Yazzie, former Chief Justice of the Navajo Nation, began the Dine' CARE's Peoples Convention on Saturday, with words of survival.
"We will not survive if we do not live by those laws, our laws," said Herb Yazzie. Other laws, that other people have, on consumption, are destroying the world, destroying the earth. "Mother Earth is the living entity."