August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Friday, October 8, 2021

Albuquerque Indigenous People's Day March and Rally 2021



DECOLONIZATION OR EXTINCTION – Indigenous People’s Day 2021
WHO: The Red Nation, Ké Infoshop, Shunka Ska Singers
WHAT: 6th Annual Indigenous People’s Day March and Rally

WHERE: Albuquerque, New Mexico. March meet up on Central and Lomas. Rally at Tiguex Park
WHEN: Meet up on Central and Lomas at 4:45PM, March leaves at 5:00PM. Rally begins at 5:30PM.
Join the Red Nation as we celebrate victories towards collective liberation and continued organizing against extractive industries, greedy capitalists, and settler colonization.

Four Directions All Nations March in Denver Oct. 11, 2021


 

Watch Webinar: Ute Mountain Ute Battle Uranium Mill with Guest Speakers

Indigenous People and Environmental Justice at White Mesa

Confronting the last operating uranium mill in the U.S.

COREY ROBINSON

Watch Friday's presentation, now on Facebook video:

Indigenous communities across the country are impacted by uranium in the United States. Join Kevin Madalena (Jemez) in conversation with Twa-le Abrahamson Swan (Spokane) on the Midnite Mine, Carletta Tilousi (Havasupai) on the Canyon uranium mine, Edith Hood (Diné) on Navajo Nation uranium cleanup, Charmaine White Face (Oglala Tetuwan) on the Dewey Burdock uranium recovery project, and a representative from the Indigenous-led group, Haul No! to learn more:
Watch on Facebook at Grand Canyon Trust

Watch video of Friday's presentation now:

Learn about the White Mesa Ute community and the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe's struggle to protect current and future generations from the White Mesa Uranium Mill with Anferny Cly (White Mesa Concerned Community) and Bradley Angel (Greenaction) in conversation with Yolanda Badback (White Mesa Concerned Community), Sarah Fields (Uranium Watch), Scott Clow (Environmental Programs Manager, Ute Mountain Ute Tribe), and Tim Peterson (Grand Canyon Trust)
Moderators: Anferny Cly (White Mesa Concerned Community) and Bradley Angel (Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice)
Speakers: Yolanda Badback (White Mesa Concerned Community), Sarah Fields (Uranium Watch), Scott Clow (Environmental Programs Manager, Ute Mountain Ute Tribe), and Tim Peterson (Grand Canyon Trust).

Watch video now of Thursday's presentations:

Explore the cultural implications of uranium as Angelo Baca (Diné/Hopi) moderates a conversation with Thelma Whiskers (White Mesa Ute), Petuuche Gilbert (Acoma Pueblo), Jonah Yellowman (Diné), and Preston Arrow-weed (Quechan)