Free banner images for land and water protectors

The Onaman Collective is offering free banner images for land and water protectors here:  http://onamancollective.com/murdoch-belcourt-banner-downloads/ Three indigenous artists compose the collective…

Five tribes file lawsuit against Trump attack on Bear Ears National Monument

Via Democracy Now Five Native American tribes have joined to file what they are calling an historic lawsuit against President…

Black Snake Killaz: A #NoDAPL Story (Video)

Black Snake Killaz: A #NoDAPL Story from Unicorn Riot on Vimeo. Black Snake Killaz: a #NoDAPL story (120 mins) chronicles…

Deconstructing the Case for Fracked-Gas Pipelines

Original article by Iowkell via Blue Virginia | Reposted with permission Featured Image “Thunderbird Woman No Pipelines” via Onaman Collective VA…

Day of Action in Ponca City (Video): On the Rights of Mother Earth

“Since 2008 when there was 5 earthquakes in Oklahoma that were under 1.0 to 1.5 we have escalated on a…

Indigenous Language Keyboard and Learning Apps

Technology and open internet have reshaped the way in which traditional life ways and languages are preserved and shared.  Languages…

Violence on the Land, Violence on our Bodies: Report and toolkit for indigenous response to environmental violence

“The Violence on the Land, Violence on our Bodies report and toolkit are part of a multi-year initiative to document the ways…

Women’s Declaration Against Kinder Morgan Man Camps

"We invite all women, children and two-spirit people to add your name to this Declaration."

Building a Grassroots Movement for Community Rights and the Rights of Nature

Via Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund – CELDF CELDF’s Thomas Linzey narrates this slideshow which examines why we’re unable to make…

Rights Of Nature: Indigenous Perspective (Symposium Video)

The Rights of Nature Symposium was held on October 27, 2017, at Tulane Law School in New Orleans.

Decolonizing the Colonizer (Video)

Sakej Ward – Decolonizing the Colonizer from Hope Studios on Vimeo.

Deconstructing Thanksgiving (Video+PDF)

This November 23rd people in the U.S. of all colors and backgrounds will come together, some in celebration of Thanksgiving…

A Racial Justice Guide to Thanksgiving for Educators and Families

This guide includes: Teaching Approaches, Lesson Plans / Study Guides, Native American Perspectives, Contributions and Celebrations, Historical Resources, Resources for Families,…

Decolonizing your diet

One of the many ways in which we can begin to decolonize is through our food.  Food has long been…

Multimedia expressions of what it means to be #IndigenousAgain

The following art and multimedia were submitted in response to the call for submissions regarding what it means to be…

Protests against US policy take international spotlight: “Keep it in the ground, we are here to shut it down!” (Video)

Protests by indigenous, environmental activists take the scene at COP23 in Bonn, Germany. COP23 is the 23rd Conference of the Parties…

Drumbeat for Mother Earth (video)

Drumbeat for Mother Earth is a video about the toxic legacy of chemical contamination on indigenous peoples. Drumbeat for Mother…

Press Release: International Rights of Nature tribunal finds legal systems incapable of preventing climate change and protecting nature

Via Movement Rights BONN, Germany – The 4th session of the International Rights of Nature Tribunal, held concurrently with the…

Rights of Nature and Mother Earth: Rights-based law for systemic change

"It is time to stop thinking we must protect nature and recognize that as much as every other life form on Earth, we are nature."

The True Story of Pocohontas: A book review

Future Hope column, November 28, 2010 By Ted Glick “’The True Story of Pocohontas’ stands out as one of the…

The First Thanksgiving: In Memoriam

In memorium.  Lest we forget. The First Thanksgiving From the Community Endeavor News, November, 1995, as reprinted in Healing Global…

First Thanksgiving Proclamation – June 20, 1676

First Thanksgiving Proclamation, June 20, 1676.

How are you / your circle / grupo commemorating the Day of Mourning / Thanksgiving / Thankstaking?

For many this day is considered a family holiday so if you do celebrate or get together, how do you…

Split Rock Prayer Camp and the resistance to the Pilgrim Pipeline

The Ramapough Lenape Nation has set up camp on ceremonial grounds in Mahwah, New Jersey against the Pilgrim Pipeline. Split…

Resistance at Camp White Pine

Dakota Access & Mariner East are two pipeline projects by Energy Transfer Equity.     “Learning about the colonialist history of…

Ponca Nation of Oklahoma to Recognize the Rights of Nature to Ban Fracking

Via FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 30, 2017 MEDIA CONTACTS: Casey Camp-Horinek, Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma Business Council caseycamphorinek@yahoo.com  (580) 716-7015 Shannon Biggs, Co-founder…

Religiously Grounded Pipeline Resistance in Pennsylvania

On October 27th, Lancaster Against Pipelines in central Pa. organized their third action in the last two weeks at the site where the Williams Partners company is laying pipe for the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline.

Stop the Line 3 pipeline

The resistance to stop the Line 3 pipeline needs your support.  Please visit the links below for more information. For…

First-ever Rights of Nature Symposium in the U.S.

On Friday, October 27th, the first-ever Rights of Nature Symposium will be held at Tulane University Law School in New…

“For the love of the people and Mother Earth”

From the deserts of Phoenix Arizona, the Tonatierra Community Development Institute and the Comites de Defensa del Barrio shares a conversation with indigenous community…

Breaking: Ponca Nation of OK to pass tribal law recognizing the rights of nature

In an historic move, the Ponca Nation of OK unanimously agreed to pass a tribal law recognizing the rights of…

Huicholes: The Last Peyote Guardians

A story about the mystical Wixárika People and the struggle against the Mexican government and multinational mining corporations to preserve Wirikuta.

No Bayou Bridge: L’eau Est La Vie (Water Is Life) Camp in Southern Louisiana

Energy Transfer Partners and the Dakota Access - Bayou Bridge pipeline connection.

Critical Conversations

Rubecca Attilon (Dene Nation) Beaver First Nation speaks to Isaac Murdoch of the Anishinabek Nation (Onaman Collective) at Nimkii Aazhibikong about the urgency…

Indigenous Again: 85+ events across the US reveal widespread return to roots

Over the past several days, the move to decolonize Columbus Day (and celebrate Indigenous People's Day) was rampant across the country. 

Indigenous Existance is Resistance in Texas: Yanaguana Indigenous People’s Week

By Iris Rodriguez Recently in Texas, the Yanaguana Indigenous People’s Week was announced, a calendar of events celebrating indigenous roots across the…

Austin Stands For Native Rights, Against the Dos Republicas Coal Mine

Oct. 5 is a monumental day in Austin for environmentalists, indigenous peoples, immigrants, border town residents and all threatened by the Trump administration.

Make America Indigenous Again & Stop the Frack Attack

Does your community work to make America indigenous again?  Or to stop the frack attack? Let us know! Add your…

Tiny House Warriors: Our Land is Home

The Tiny House Warriors movement by the Secwepemc is constructing ten tiny houses along the TransMountain pipeline route, which plans to forcibly…

#IndigenousAgain Open Call for Art

OPEN CALL:  We are currently seeking art and music by indigenous artists that deal with decolonization, protection of Mother Earth/environment,…

What about the rights of Mother Earth?

"We know firsthand that when you grind into the bones of the mother, that she begins to shake and shudder with pain, and with the reality that she has to live find a way to live with her waters being poisoned."

‘No such thing as Human Rights’ – Casey Camp-Horinek

"...We are suffering from environmental genocide where I live. The Occupied Territory of the United States of Amerikkka that belongs to the indigenous nations of the Americas has long understood the policies that have come down. "

Entrevista a Casey Camp-Horinek

La resistencia contra los oleoductos en Norteamérica es señal del resurgimiento de los pueblos indígenas en el mundo, para Casey Camp-Horinek, lideresa de Oklahoma, Estados Unidos

Casey Camp-Horinek on defending land and water

Native rights activist, actor and member of the Ponca Nation Casey Camp-Horinek on her experiences at Standing Rock and the importance of alliances between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.

Petro Metro: A Toxic Tour of Houston from Refineries to Superfund Sites in Wake of Harvey

As originally published on Democracy Now In Texas, the devastation from Hurricane Harvey continues. At least 63 people have died,…

Hurricane Harvey: ZIP Code & Race Determine Who Will Bear Burden of Climate Change

As originally published on Democracy Now Concern continues to grow over the environmental impact of Hurricane Harvey on the Houston…

As Catastrophic Flooding Hits Houston, Fears Grow of Pollution from Oil Refineries & Superfund Sites

As originally posted on Democracy Now A catastrophic storm has hit Houston, the nation’s fourth-largest city and home to the…

Environmental Crisis Unfolding in Houston as Oil & Chemical Industry Spew Toxic Pollutants into Air

As originally posted on Democracy Now As fallout from Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana continues, at least 30 people…

Decolonize Columbus Day: Celebrate Indigenous Day! Add your event

JOIN US to decolonize Columbus Day and Celebrate Indigenous Day!  Sponsor an event and join the movement!

Open call for art! Submit NOW

OPEN CALL for multimedia art from indigenous community members (especially youth) that address the following themes: Becoming “Indigenous Again” Protecting…

Make America Indigenous Again & Stop the Frack Attack

#IndigenousAgain #IndigenousBC #IndigenousBeforeColumbus #IndigenousBeforeColonization #IndigenousBeforeCapitalism #IndigenousBeforeCoalMining #IndigenousBeforeCommodification #IndigenousBeforeClimateCounting #IndigenousBeforeCorruption JOIN US!  Sponsor an event and add your city to the…
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