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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Friday, December 17, 2021

'Thank You' Zapatistas Return Home from Journey for Life in Europe





Thank you

Zapatista Sixth Commission
Coordinating Team for the Journey for Life: Europe Chapter
December 14, 2021

https://enlacezapatista.ezln.org.mx/
Dansk (Danish)
Deutsch Übersetzung (German)
Tradução em portugês (Portuguese)
Euskarazko Itzulpena (Euskera)
Traduzione Italiano (Italian)
English Translation (English)
Traduction en Français
 (French)
To the organizations, movements, groups, collectives, originary peoples and individuals from the different geographies of the land today known as “Slumil K´ajxemk´op”. [one]

From the Zapatista Extemporaneous [The Extemporaneous] [2] delegation:
Companions, companions, companions:
Hermanoas , sisters, and brothers:

We send you warm greetings from the mountains of southeastern Mexico and can report that all of the companions and companions from the airborne delegation who visited you all in each of your geographies during the months of September, October, November, and December of 2021 have returned to their respective towns and positions.
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Ohlone Corrina Gould Lifetime Achievement Award: Watch Film

 


Ohlone Corrina Gould, with film footage of the Shellmound Walks. Watch this new short film now on YouTube now, 12 minutes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6F5wDA1QiqU

Sacred Land Film Project
Heyday Books gave Lisjan Ohlone leader Corrina Gould their 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award in October. We created this video for the Heyday Harvest online event to portray Corrina’s lifelong commitment to preserving and protecting the culture and sacred sites of the Ohlone people, and in recognition of her activism and leadership among California Indians and beyond. Corrina Gould is the tribal spokesperson for the Confederated Villages of Lisjan/Ohlone and Co-Founder/Co-Director of the Sogorea Te’ Land Trust, 

https://sogoreate-landtrust.org/.

Born and raised in her ancestral homeland, the Ohlone territory of Huchiun, she is the mother of three and grandmother of four. Gould has worked on protecting the ancient burial sites of her ancestors throughout the Bay Area for decades. As a tribal leader, she has continued to defend the shellmounds, uphold her nation’s inherent right to sovereignty, and stand in solidarity with Indigenous relatives to protect sacred waters, mountains and lands all over the world. She is leading the effort to protect the West Berkeley Shellmound, more information at 

https://shellmound.org/.

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