August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Taos Water Protector is On Top of Drilling Rig -- and He's Live!

Buck Johnston is on top of a drilling rig near Taos, New Mexico, in defense of the water. Buck is broadcasting live and plans to stay 4 days. Watch:
Update Friday morning -- Buck survived the blizzard Thursday night. His bro, a fellow Warrior, climbed up the drilling rig to bring him a phone charger.
"That's the kind of action I'm trying to inspire," Buck said, a top the drilling rig on ancestral Pueblo land, in the pristine region now known as Taos.
Update Saturday: Buck remains atop the rig, after they cut away his hammock in the cold. Buck remains strapped to the rig in a Four Day Ceremony. Listen to report:
Update Monday: Buck has been released from jail and is with his family.

Walking that lonely road in Utah -- Longest Walk 2019 Photos by Bad Bear

Longest Walk 2019 Photos by Western Shoshone Longwalker Carl Bad Bear Sampson

Please welcome walkers to Utah and Colorado, as they walk across this land for Indigenous rights.
Route schedule:

Mohawk Nation News 'Canada's Card Game'

Mohawk Nation News exposes Canada as fascist dictatorship run by criminal elite. Read article:

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