Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights December 2019

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights December 2019

Monday, December 2, 2019

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Censored News provided coverage of AIM West events in San Francisco and the 50 Year Anniversary of the Occupation of Alcatraz.
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We hope you appreciated our live coverage of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Jamaica in May, and the Bioneers Conference in October. We still need $790 to cover travel expenses for these two events.
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More about the coverage of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, the testimony of Native women about police abuse at Standing Rock, and the militarization of Tohono O'odham land

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I was not sure if I could do this. I was legally blind when I jumped on a plane and went to Jamaica alone. Not only was the travel difficult, but I knew I would have to write the articles on my tiny phone. I'm not a part of any non-profit. I went to Jamaica because of the importance of the testimony, and because of the incredible Native women who were to testify. Thanks to the Creator, I made it. Even though it meant sleeping in an airport one night, finding a bus to Kingston and traveling across the country alone, and finding a cheap hotel in another city. Thanks also to the Jamaicans who helped me, and are such wonderful generous people. After surgery in both eyes when I returned, my eyesight is restored. So have heart, the impossible is really possible. Thank you, Brenda Norrell

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