August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Sunday, August 7, 2022

Run4Salmon -- A Delectable Conclusion -- Photos by Dan Bacher



The Run4Salmon 2022 concluded with a ceremony and salmon cooked the traditional way under the guidance of Dania Colegrove, Hoopa Valley Tribe Member and Richard Myers, Yurok Tribe Beach, on Muir Beach on August 1. Salmon on their way back to the Central Valley rivers historically go to Muir Beach and other areas along the Marin County Coast to feed just before making their long journey up the rivers. Photo by Dan Bacher.

Run4Salmon, A Delectable Conclusion
 Photos by Dan Bacher

Elbit: Merchants of death and surveillance in Palestine and the Tohono O'odham Nation


Photos: Killed in the past 48 hours in Gaza: -Alaa Qaddoum, 5, Ahmad Alnairab, 11, Momen Alnairab, 5, Mohammed Hassouna, 14, Khalil Abu Hamads, 17, and Hazem Salem, 12. Surveillance tower on western Tohono O'odham Nation, photo copyright Ofelia Rivas. A vehicle of the U.S. Border Patrol. Agents can now view live video on their laptops on the Tohono O'odham Nation from Elbit's spy towers in traditional remote O'odham communities.

Elbit Systems: 48 Hours of Death and Stalking

Elbit: Merchants of death and surveillance in Palestine and the Tohono O'odham Nation

By Brenda Norrell

Censored News
August 7, 2022
French translation by Christine Prat

This is what Elbit Systems' weapons and surveillance did in the past 48 hours -- murdered six Palestinian children, including a five-year-old girl and two brothers, and terrified children during Israeli airstrikes on Gaza.

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