Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

October 11, 2021

Indigenous Issued Citations at White House on Indigenous Peoples Day: Halting Fossil Fuels

Casey Camp-Horinek, Ponca, led the march to the White House Today. Photo Washington Post.

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Oct. 11, 2011

WASHINGTON -- After bringing out at an LRAD sound blaster, White House police issued about 156 citations to Indigenous and allies in front of the White House today. They were released. They are in Washington this week to demand an end to fossil fuels and climate action.

Read more at Washington Post on today's action:

Ready to be arrested on Indigenous Peoples Day at the White House.
Joye Braun, Cheyenne River Lakota, (centerfront) was among those who led the movement to protect the water at Standing Rock from Dakota Access Pipeline. Today, Water Protectors demand Biden halt fossil fuels and protect the land and water.
Monday, Oct. 11, 20212 noon hour update.
One person was detained during the White House demonstration.

Photo credit Keri Pickett

Photo credit Keri Pickett

Twitter photo.

Twitter photo.

The Guardian live in Washington 

Democracy Now!
Red Nation's Jennifer Marley, San Ildefonso, describes how Indigenous Peoples Day is being co-opted, and how the oil industry has surged in New Mexico. She points out the need to protect Chaco Canyon and the U.S. atomic bomb production on her peoples land.

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