August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Thursday, December 24, 2020

US Border Patrol surrounds migrant aid camp on Christmas Eve

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As the US Border Patrol surrounds the humanitarian aid camp at Arivaca, Arizona, on Christmas Eve, we honor those unsung heroes, like Byrd, the gentle poet and children's book author who offers up the space for the medical aid camp for migrants, and those volunteers who risk arrest and lengthy court battles, to rescue sick and dying migrants trying to walk to a better life. Some have walked across countries, many are Indigenous, and all are in need of water, food, medicine and help. -- Brenda, Censored News

The Food Angels: Holding the World in Balance

The Food Angels: Lakota serve up gourmet

The Food Angels: Meals for Relatives COVID-19 Rapid City Community Response in South Dakota: Lakota volunteers cook homestyle gourmet meals, and deliver to those in quarantine. Meals and photos by Stephanie Eare Savoy, Lucy Seda, Rebecca Kidder, Cynthia Robertson, Lonnie Jeffries, and Laura Schad, with special thanks to founder Natalie Stites Means, organizer Jean Roach, and all cooks, drivers and donors. 

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