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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Live from Jamaica -- Inter-American Commission on Human Rights -- Native Women's Delegation



Photos by Brenda Norrell in Jamaica
Casey Camp Horinek, Ponca. 
Photo Brenda Norrell in Jamaica

In Jamaica, Casey Camp Horinek, Ponca, shows the number that Morton County, North Dakota,which jailers marked on her arm, when she was arrested and caged in a dog cage, Oct. 27, 2016, during prayers at Standing Rock with Water Protectors.


Water Protectors Detailed Abuse of Standing Rock Water Protectors and Abuse by U.S. Border Patrol at the Border, in Jamaica, at International Human Rights Hearinh

by Brenda Norrell
Censored News
brendanorrell@gmail.com
May 9, 2019
Updated
French translation at:
http://www.chrisp.lautre.net/wpblog/?p=5087&fbclid=IwAR2o9lGYYdThtc3P_VoDPkpBSx0bf3_3qLNd99LxGO2J5NJdsRrvaV_xSyQ

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The Inter- American Commission on Human Rights heard testimony from Leoyla Cowboy, Dine', as a Native women's delegation delivered powerful testimony of abuse by police and the criminalization of water protectors.