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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

The Beauty of the Road, Bad Bear's Longest Walk Photos in Kansas and Ponca City

Photos by Western Shoshone Carl Bad Bear Sampson in Kansas, top photos, and at the Frontline Oil and Gas Conference in Ponca City, Oklahoma, May 16 -- 18.
Today, walkers on the Longest Walk are in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas, headed to Kansas City.
Bad Bear shares his photos of the beauty of the road in Kansas with us, and photos of the Frontline Oil and Gas Conference in Ponca City, Oklahoma. Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women were remembered, and No More Stolen Sisters proclaimed, in the resistance to the oil and gas industry and its man camps. 

Mohawk Nation News '3 Minute Objection'


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MNN. May 21, 2019. This is a response to a condolence letter from Martin Reiher, Assistant Deputy Minister, on Crown-Indigenous Relations & Northern Affairs Canada letterhead, without a date or address. A March 17 2019 letter was filed questioning the injustice of the proposed settlement of the McLean v. Attorney General of Canada on the Indian Day Schools travesty committed by Canada. The 3 minute objection filed in the federal court in Winnipeg is at the end.
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