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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Friday, October 21, 2022

Dine' Land and Water: Sounds of Resilience, Cortez on Saturday

By Shemayme AnTro
Cortez, Colorado

THIS SATURDAY (10/22) DINE' LAND and WATER Presents:
Sounds of Resilience in so-called CORTEZ, CO @ Good Samaritan Food Pantry.
Invite your family, friends & community out for a day of Resistance/Support of Big Mountain Elders this Winter Season.
All Day/Ages Event 9am-8pm.
Reach out if you want to make any kind of donation.
Youth are encouraged to come out and showcase music, poetry or songs!
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VIDEO in PARIS: Jean Roach tells the true story of Leonard Peltier

Jean Roach, Lakota, tells the true story of Leonard Peltier. Watch video below. English with French subtitles by Christine Prat in Paris.

JEAN ROACH: ABOUT LEONARD PELTIER from Christine Prat on Vimeo.

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Jean's words transcribed by Christine Prat in Paris. Jean describes what happened when she was 14 years old at the Jumping Bull Camp. "We were invaded by the FBI." In failing health, Peltier recently had COVID and was not even given water in the prison. Watch video above, or read Jean's words below. 

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Mohawk Nation News 'Mohawk Warrior Society Book Launch


Mohawk Nation News

Oct. 20, 2022.

We are due in quebec superior court at 9.00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 26, 2022 for our attempt to get an injunction to stop the excavation of McGill’s Allen Memorial Institute and other areas of tionni tiotialkon and tekanontak, now called Mount Royal, where there are serious suspicions of unmarked graves of our indigenous children. 

This is a book about Louis Karonhiaktajeh Hall of Kahnawake and other areas of kanienkehaka’onwe. Niawen’kowa.

White Mesa Ute Oppose Radioactive Mill -- Rally, Protest, and Walk Oct. 22, 2022

White Mesa Ute Protest and Spiritual Walk to Oppose White Mesa Uranium Mill

By Brenda Norrell
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French translation by Christine Prat

White Mesa Ute in southeastern Utah will protest the White Mesa uranium mill during their spiritual walk to protect the White Mesa Ute. Struggling to protect their sacred places and homeland, White Mesa Ute oppose the mill endangering the community and oppose it becoming an international dumping ground for radioactive waste.

White Mesa Ute are concerned for their community’s health, water, air, land, culture, and welcome others to join them on Saturday, October 22, 2022, 11 am Mountain time for their rally. The rally will be followed by spiritual protest walk to the White Mesa uranium mill.

Yolanda Badback, White Mesa Concerned Community said, "They are bringing toxic waste, radioactive waste, from places all across the United States to the mill in White Mesa. In the past, some has spilled."

'Smokin' Fish' Vision Maker Media features Alaskan Native films

'Smokin' Fish' is featured today, and all week, on Vision Maker Media's free online film festival. This week's films highlight the beauty of Alaska, and power of Native Alaskans.
Cory tells the story of his life, how his aunt picked him up in San Diego when he was young, and hitchhiked the country with him. Returning to his Tlingit homeland, he grew up with the women in his family, and learned the great skill and art of smokin' fish. As Cory says, 'How much fun I had.' Cory's life story is interwoven with the epic words of his family and people, Tlingit art and culture. Take a journey with him, on the water and in the smokehouse, smokin' fish. -- Censored News

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Synopsis: 'Cory Mann (Tlingit) is a quirky businessman hustling to make a dollar in Juneau, Alaska. He gets hungry for smoked salmon—and decides to spend a summer smoking fish at a family’s traditional fish camp. The unusual story of his life and the untold history of his people interweave with the process of preparing traditional food as he struggles to pay his bills and keep his business afloat.'

 Images screenshots of 'Smokin' Fish' by Censored News.

Western Shoshone Ian Zabarte 'Impact of Radiation on Indigenous People'

Ian Zabarte, Western Shoshone, speaks on Disproportionate Impact of Ionizing Radiation' during online class, Oct. 25 -- 27, 2022

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